Performing acrobatic moves in the course of a professional wrestling match is risky and — in some cases — dangerous, but to some wrestlers it’s a second-nature thing. Now, think about performing a move like the moonsault, which involves flipping backwards from the top rope onto your grounded opponent while landing chest first. Now, think about doing a moonsault while dressed in a full mascot costume; those things make everyday tasks like walking and running difficult, and you’ll do/see these tasks in EVERY wrestling match. Well, nobody told that to this guy dressed as Pikachu… Continue reading Who Wants to See A Pro Wrestler Dressed as Pikachu do a Perfect Moonsault? (It Should be EVERYONE…)
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The most recent Pokémon commercials have really been stepping up their game in terms of production quality, for example, Pokémon Go, the upcoming mobile spin-off. But I’m not taking about that; I’m talking about the fact that there’s a Pokémon commercial being made for the upcoming (this Sunday) Super Bowl 50! Continue reading Wait, a POKéMON Commercial for the SUPER BOWL?!?!
Because I CERTAINLY AM!!
Adult Swim recently released Pocket Mortys, a new mobile game (Android and iOS) on January 14, and I was pretty stoked about it when it was teased a couple of weeks ago. Simply put, it’s essentially Pokemon with a Rick and Morty skin — and it’s a free game. In case you’re confused and/or not familiar with the show, universes that contain multiple versions of Morty are a common theme in the show, as Morty’s grandfather Rick travels through space and time. Allons-y…er…uh…WUBALUBADUBDUB!! Continue reading Are YOU Enjoying the ‘Rick & Morty’/’Pokemon’ Mash-Up Game, ‘Pocket Mortys’?
While The Sims is an entertaining and successful video game series, it sure does get a lot of well-deserved grief, mostly due to its near-neverending amount and pricey DLC/Expansions. However, the core games have been pretty decent, with exception to the most recent edition — The Sims 4 — that eliminated a ton of features from prior iterations. Based on that, I’m very much liking this fake “The Sims, in the style of Pokémon” game by Hat-Loving Gamer. Check out the video above, and be ready for the depressing moments to occur…
One of my favorite things to do here on The PractitioNERD is share passion projects from all the other gamers and tech-tinkerers out in with crazy world, and this “Pikaboy” is a prime example of that! Even though this amazing project is pretty retro and not new, this interesting and awesome little creation from eforie came to my attention through Geek.com. Essentially, it’s a Game Boy Color system that also features LED cheeks (a’la the Pikachu edition of the Nintendo 64 — which I gifted my little sister a couple of years ago), a rotating tail, and modified buttons. WANT.
[Thanks eforie & Geek.com]
“Metal Gear: Ghost Babel,” the Game Boy Color title that relied on precise timing and expert stealth (as is the case of MOST of the Metal Gear games), is now being played by an anonymous mob of users on Twitch, who can just input random commands at their heart’s content. What could possibly go wrong, you ask? Well, unlike the crowd-played Pokemon, which ended up well (and the Twitch audience would later finish every game of the main-line series), early on this venture was turning into something more similar to Twitch plays Halo, in which the crowd was unable to get past basic enemy encounters. Since then, significant progress was made, as as of day 2 of this experiment, Stage 2 was cleared! Click after the break for updated tweets! Continue reading Twitch Is Playing ‘Metal Gear: Ghost Babel’ through Crowdsourcing; Pretty Decently…