I've always thought of Ubisoft's "Rabbids" franchise as cartoon characters in search of an actual cartoon to be in. The ubiquitous minigame collections they starred in, while not always especially fun, were injected with a degree of personality for games of their type--manic, a little weird, and relentless.
Well, the alien rabbits are making their animation debut this weekend in "Rabbids Invasion" on Nickelodeon, and after the jump, we've got a clip from the series.
The new web series "Aperture R&D" is the latest project from Wayside Creations, the team behind the hit "Fallout: Nuka Break." The masterminds behind the latest project--which drops viewers into a live-action, multiversal version of "Portal," focuses on a pair of ambitious (if not exactly talented) scientists, Nik and Charles, struggling heroically to win the Lab of the Month award for their team. Shenanigans, as they will, ensue.
With the series making its debut today via Machinima, we spoke with director Vince Talenti and "Aperture R&D" creator/writer Zack Finfrock about the tricky business of telling stories when all of the characters are dead, the importance of canon (and when to ignore it), and the problems of using a scale Companion Cube.
Well, we knew it would happen sooner or later, and Rovio recently revealed that their Angry Birds cartoon will premiere the weekend of March 16th. Dubbed "Angry Birds Toons," the series seems to take place on Pig Island, which is surely full of egg-nabbing swine. Read More...
The first season of "Mortal Kombat: Legacy" was pretty solid fun, and director Kevin Tancharoen is back for a second season of the web series, taking the action to Outworld, and adding some new performers to the cast. Starting with a couple of kid ninjas, a familiar catchphrase, and barreling onwards to a Johnny Rico as Johnny Cage, it looks like season two will be a hoot, too.
You can check out the trailer and official synopsis after the jump.