If you didn’t read the title of this video, you might think it was done with computer graphics. But ClayClaim created this spot-on remake of the familiar “It’s-a me, Mario” intro sequence from Super Mario 64 out of clay. Here’s the original for comparison.
The Nintendo 64 is known for games like Super Mario 64 and Star Fox 64. But there was another potentially big N64 title that never came out. In this short film from Adam Butcher, he takes a look back at Catastrophe Crow!, a highly-anticipated game that vanished along with its creator under strange circumstances. Or did it?
(PG-13: Language) Why be a king… when you can be a video game mascot? William Maranci synced up the twangy intro music from the N64 classic Banjo-Kazooie with the rapidfire lyric spitting of Eminem’s Rap God, and it well… just works. The same technique is just as effective with Busta Rhymes.