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The Kidsongs kids, now grown up, rip off popular music videos and sing raunchy songs. Billy and Ruby are nowhere to be found because they all outgrew them.
Dream Daddy: The Bullet Hell Dad Game
It's basically Cho Aniki.
Twilight, except Bella is a Vampire Hunter and her goal is to hunt down all the vampires.
People absolutely love it! Then it gets twenty three sequels, all of which get progressively worse.
Lord of the Rings, written by George R. R. Martin.
Lord of the Rings is now even Darker and Edgier to the point where the Heroes are almost as bad as the evil forces they're fighting, and while the ring was truly destroyed, Frodo lost almost all of his friends through the arduous journey. Now he becomes an Empty Shell of his former self. Eventually, a majority of the audience finds the story too bleak to be enjoyable, save for the few readers who unironically enjoy such dark content.
Edited by KJsixteen on Oct 3rd 2019 at 5:50:11 AM
You like Parodius, right? Here's Parodius with Hello Kitty characters! And music by whoever does Retsuko's singing voice (Japanese only) in Aggretsuko because...METAL!
Vampirina, as written by the younger brother of the creator of Axe Cop.
Vampirina's parental rating goes up a tiny bit.
Hong Kong '97, reimagined during the 2019 Hong Kong protests.
The gameplay doesn't change that much, except your character is now a regular protester and the main villain is the head of a deceased dictator named Shi Tin Pin note Shit In Pin. Even worse, your character can't even attack.
Code Vein, except you're just a regular human with a gas mask and a stick.
Edited by Mhazard on Oct 8th 2019 at 2:41:03 AM
You canít even get past the first stage, as a swarm of Lost devours you if you try to do anything.
Coronation Street, the boxing match.
Coronation Street now takes place exclusively in a gym. The soap opera elements stay as is, there's just a lot more punching and overall fitness.
The Plague Dogs as an upbeat Illumination comedy.
While not as bad as the various other films, the lightheartedness tends to be annoying at times.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses but the soundtrack was replaced by Eurotrance.
Edited by Siegfried1337 on Oct 9th 2019 at 2:41:11 AM
Since nothing really changes but the music, tea time with the other students is always the strangest time of year at Garreg Mach.
Spirited Away, produced by VŪdeo Brinquedo.
Literally just a shoddy knockoff of Spirited Away, but even less endearing and more uncanny. Resembles the original in name and barebones character design only.
Housepets!, in the style of Alfred Hitchcock
The pets are now real animals with a tendency of being killed by killer crows or a serial killer with a habit of stabbing anything taking a shower.
Twilight, written by Gen Urobuchi.
Edited by Mhazard on Oct 9th 2019 at 8:52:43 PM
Twilight goes on as normal until supernatural stuff starts happening. After Edward accidentally kills Bella, the books follow the much less moral Cullens as they try to leave Forks.
The Dingo Pictures version of Despicable Me.
The traced over Gru already has 3 daughters (and all of them like to curse a lot more), and they're all evil, but get their comeuppance in the end when a failed Bank Robbery puts them in jail.
Monty Python's New Flying Circus, a 90's reboot of the franchise with new British Actors (whether or not any of the old cast makes Cameos is up to you).
The whole film is full of Narms to the point the next Earthbound sequel uses the whole film for sampling.
Fu Manchu, except the titular character is now played by Nana Mizuki.
Apparently the Yellow Peril never looked that cute before. It still gets slammed for its oversimplification of the Chinese.
Camping as a horror mini-series.
All the monsters become hyper-realistic, and the player characters are played by fat dudes painted in yellow, kids obviously wouldn't watch it, neither do adults.
Nekopara as a First-Person Shooter.
A world war has broken out. Kashou Minaduki, a new conscript, is struggling with nightmares. It's up to Chocola and Vanilla to help him out... and they also have guns. Let's just hope this doesn't alienate any demographic...
Wes Anderson presents... Bakemonogatari
Edited by GoldenCityBird on Oct 28th 2019 at 2:17:01 PM
Everything looks much less zany in terms of visuals. Since Wes Anderson likely doesn't know how harem animes work, he instead goes after romantic comedies. It'd be more like Twilight if it was in a World of Snark.
Journey, with a typical story structure and dialogue.
It's so generic that most gamers don't find it special, the story structure kills off the imagination and mystery. It's so mediocre that reviewers refuse to review it.
Voltes V, only this time it's Real Robot Genre.
Voltes V keeps its dark tone. However, instead of being incredibly Voltron-esque, the action style will be closer to Pacific Rim.
High School Musical with no music whatsoever.
It becomes just another Teen drama and winds up forgotten about.
Full Metal Panic!, remade by Joss Whedon
The Beach Episode is jossed, the awesome mecha gunfights are jossed, the school sections are jossed.
EVERYTHING IS JOSSED!!
Ojamajo Doremi, except the main cast resolves all kinds of problems by... transforming into giant robots to BEAT THE SHIT OUT OF THEM WITH THEIR HOT BLOODED FISTS!!
Edited by Mhazard on Nov 6th 2019 at 10:50:25 PM
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