When comedy and video games combine there is nothing like it. It takes the emotion away from acting as a third-party member of the audience to the comedy the actor is in, to instead having YOU react in real time to the hijinks your protagonist is up to. Here are 13 of the funniest beats and moments in video games that you have to see to believe.
13 The Difficulty Selector – South Park: The Fractured But Whole
If you haven’t taken the time to play either South Park: The Stick of Truth or South Park: The Cracked But Whole, you’re really missing out on 16 hours of interactive and side-splitting South Park episodes.
12 The Great Mighty Poo Song – Conker’s Bad Fur Day
Conker’s Bad Fur Day seemed like one of the first games to boast comedy as the game’s main selling point, (although its gameplay was pretty good too). There are many memorable gags from this series, but the most famous has to be the song from The Great Mighty Poo boss battle.
11 Be My Baby – Yakuza Kiwami 2
After jumping off with a gang of criminals, they invite Kiryu to a nearby brothel to enjoy some “entertainment”. When Kiryu enters, however, he quickly realizes that the brothel seems to have… good taste. What follows is an ass-kicking battle against five grown men with diapers and pacifiers. To see also : Jimbo Fisher and Brian Harsin controversies will carry over to the 2022 SEC campaigns. A blessing or a curse depends on who you are.
10 The Baby Game Ending: The Stanley Parable
The Stanley Parable is a game with many different endings. Like, MANY different endings. Basically, the whole point of the game is to keep beating the game in new ways every time. To see also : John Cena called Nintendo in 2017 to play a new 2D Metro game. In one such ending your game’s narrator gets so fed up with your disregard for the game’s pre-determined choices that he sets up a new game for you to play. The game involves preventing a child from dying in a fire by pressing a button for four hours. This actor did exactly that, skipping a long time in the video to show what happens when you really protect that child at all and the results are significant.
9 The Surprise Party – Portal 2
One of my favorite moments of all time from one of my favorite games of all time, Portal 2. The Portal series has long been known as one of the funniest and thought provoking games on the market, but this jab from GLaDOS has always done it. Read also : A UNHCR video game allows students to experience the perilous journey of a refugee – World. he stayed with me. For absolutely no reason in the middle of the game, GLaDOS informs you that she’s throwing you a surprise party to reunite you with your long-lost parents, just to pull the rug out from under you and remind you that they abandoned you at birth. I have to admit, GlaDOS, you’re better than me on that one.
8 Clone On Clone Crime – Trover Saves The Universe
Trover Saves The Universe may actually have its own list of funniest moments from the game, backed by Rick and Morty’s Justin Roiland, but the best comes from a clone encounter that you can easily miss unless you’re stuck in all the dialogue. like this player.
7 Face McShooty – Borderlands 2
In what should be the easiest mission in all of the Borderlands franchise, Face McShooty has a simple request from you, and you’ll never guess what it might be.
6 The KKK Set Themselves On Fire – Red Dead Redemption 2
Did you know that if you don’t kill the KKK members as soon as you see them in Red Dead Redemption 2, they will be so stupid that they can set themselves on fire? Now that’s what I call frontier justice, Arthur Morgan.
5 Whacked Commercials – Whacked
Whacked was a popular game for the original Xbox, but it had one of the most creative and beautiful cutscenes of any game I’ve come across to date. The game was based on a competitive game where the contestants would try to kill each other to win a unique grand prize. Among the carnage of cartoons, sponsors, commercials, and public service announcements would play on the screen, all drawn in the lost 2002 flash style.
4 Kumail Nanjiani The Orc – Shadow Of War: Middle Earth
Now, this is not to say that Kumail doesn’t have good voice lines like his character “The Agonizer” in Shadow Of War: Middle Earth, but there is something funny about playing an old fantasy game and having a voice. of Kumail Nanjiani emerges as a random orc. It’s not even a big part of the game, you just run into Kumail Nanjiani in the game every now and then which is the main reason you should go get this one now.
3 Ozzy Osborne As The Guardian Of Metal – Brutal Legend
One of the funniest and funniest games out there is the 2009 ode to rock n’ roll, Brutal Legend, starring Jack Black as high-profile roadie Eddie Riggs. You will meet many familiar voices on your journey in this game, including Tenacious D co-producer Kyle Gass and Mr. Show alum Brian Posehn, but the best cameo has to be the well-known “Guardian Of Metal,” said by. none other than Ozzy Osborne.
2 Meeting The Sasquatch – Grand Theft Auto 5
In the Grand Theft Auto 5 mission “The Last One,” Franklin hunts down a real-life sasquatch, which claims to be the last of its kind. It seems that he is not the last living sasquatch, but one of many living ghosts. Franklin realizes that the guy he just shot in the head is just an innocent guy trying to get rid of his stones by wearing a fur suit and running around the woods. If I had a nickel for all the times I ran in one of those.
1 WDDT-CPDG The Swim – Saints Row The Third
Saint’s Row The Third is one of the funnest games I’ve ever played. Whether you want to fight baddies with giant dildos, play as an exploding doll or rob a plastic surgery clinic in a gorilla costume the choice is yours. One of the funniest little additions to the show, which already has its fair share of additions from alt-comedians Tim and Eric, is its radio station full of adults-only Swim content. This channel is hosted by actor Jon Glazer as his character from the show Delocated who provides hilarious commentary between adult Swim songs.
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