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Official Mortal Kombat X Announce Trailer

Fueled by next-gen technology, Mortal Kombat X combines unparalleled, cinematic presentation with dynamic gameplay to create an unprecedented Kombat experience.

Featuring an original track by Wiz Khalifa titled “Can’t Be Stopped.”

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Super Mario Mercedes-Benz GLA Class Commercial (Japan)

Forget Yoshi! Mario has a new, much sweeter ride and it’s from Germany. Mercedes Benz Japan made the right decision to promote their famous German made cars in Mario’s homeland by merging Mercedes with the classic Super Mario Brothers game. The resulting commercial is just perfect.

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WOW: Mario Medley (Harp Twins Electric) Camille and Kennerly, Harp Twins

Identical Twins Camille & Kennerly play their electric duet harp arrangement of “Rainbow Road” (from Mario Kart), “Dire Dire Docks” (from Super Mario 64), and the “Mario Theme”.

Music Arranged by Camille and Kennerly
Music Produced by Camille and Kennerly
Video Concept by Camille and Kennerly
Video Edited by Camille and Kennerly
Costuming by Camille and Kennerly
Everything else by Camille and Kennerly

Audio Recording = No studio or sound engineer. No splices, edits, loops, overlays, or backtracks. Just 2 harps — 1 audio take!

Available on iTunes / Amazon.

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8-bit Cinema: Donnie Darko

CineFix presents Donnie Darko retold via old-school 8-bit (and a little 16 bit ;) game tech. No controllers required, but SPOILERS ahead!!

Today we present cult favorite Donnie Darko in the form of an 8 bit video game!

The Legend of Zelda Theme Song on Wine Glasses, Pots and Beer Bottles

The Legend of Zelda theme song. Another one from the good old days of the NES, with more than just wine glasses, pots and pans. Latest addition: beer bottles!

The Legend of Zelda theme song, also known as the Overworld Theme, is a recurring song in the Legend of Zelda series. It serves as the main theme for most games in the series. It was composed by the now famous Koji Kondo for use in the original game, The Legend of Zelda. Originally, the song appeared as a simple 8-bit music track used whenever Link entered the game’s overworld. The song continued to appear in later games in the series, often being given re-instrumentation as computer game music technology developed. Since then, the song has grown in popularity and fame to become the official theme song for the franchise and among the most recognizable video game music of all time.

The Legend of Zelda theme song can be found in some form in every game in the series; whether used as the main theme, mixed in with another song, or having certain phrases briefly appear for cameo purposes. The Legend of Zelda theme song can also be heard outside of the series. It has appeared in Zelda-related games such as Soulcalibur II and the Super Smash Bros. series. The music has even been conducted in real life at full paying symphony orchestras.

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Batman: Arkham Knight Official Gameplay Trailer - “Evening the Odds”

Scarecrow returns to Gotham City to unite the Rogues Gallery in a master plan to destroy the Batman once and for all.

When the citizens of Gotham are forced to flee, the remaining criminal gangs converge to take control of the city. Undermanned and overpowered, Batman aims to even the odds by bringing his legendary Batmobile to the fight. This showdown between criminal masterminds and the Dark Knight will decide the future of the city that Batman is sworn to protect.

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