Written by AndrewH
It is that duration of a few days once again to have a look at some of the funny and funky stuff that we have found in our journey for the look for news this week. Using the Super Bowl approaching, companies have already started posting their upcoming ads and while we’ve already seen the life-size Pac-Man game one, now we have two more sent to us from Sprint and T-Mobile.
Super Bowl Ads
So now Sprint and T-Mobile each posted a relevant video revealing their upcoming Super Bowl ads. Honestly, it seems Sprint put hardly any thought into theirs even though it is a bit humorous if you know exactly what the original online video is from. T-Mobile’s ad features Kim Kardashian asking folks to impress save the data which goes unused in the world. It’s actually somewhat funny.
In fact T-Mobile has three ads as a whole (all above) and all sorts of will be aired throughout the Super Bowl both on TV in addition to online for tablet and desktop viewers who’re watching NBC’s Livestream that day. Apparently fundamental essentials first original ads made to see for tablet and desktop livestream viewers of the Super Bowl. You may also take a look at all of T-Mobile’s ads over on their own blog.
Website Referenced: T-Mobile Blog | Sprint YouTube
NBA Video Game Logo Remixes
Designer Mark Avery-Kenny, also known as AK, recently did a remix of NBA logos with Disney characters and while that was pretty neat itself, he has gone ahead and done exactly the same thing again but this time with famous gaming characters like Bowser, your dog from Duck Hunt, Starfox, Space Invaders, and more. Below are just a few examples.
You can check the entire list of remixed NBA logos over around the Bleacher Report or follow Mark on Instagram to see much more of his work (there’s a lot over on his Instagram).
Website Referenced: The Bleacher Report
An Honest Five Nights At Freddy’s 2 Trailer
With the third installment within the Five Nights At Freddy’s series heading our way soon, it appeared that a lot of people were not exactly sure exactly what the appeal ended up being to these kinds of games. Thankfully there’s a number of videos on YouTube called Honest Game Trailers that explains everything.
Website Referenced: Gamermotion
Super Marion World in 4:49:8
There is a glitch in Mario World that allows people to beat the game within an insanely fast time… a few minutes actually. The glitch is known for awhile but has never been successfully done playing the sport naturally with an SNES console (no emulators or anything like this) until last week when Seth Bling manager to drag them back while livestreaming on TwitchTV. He then uploaded the highlight to YouTube for all to watch in wonder. The very first time he pulled off was 5:59.6 (that’s A few minutes and 59 seconds). Each day later he managed to beat that time with 4:49.8 which ended up being the brand new world record. This is the 4:49.8 video.
Website Referenced: YouTube
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