SCARY HORROR STUFF: "Super Mario: Underworld" Just Made Me Gleeful
Support Us!
$2
$3
$5
Powered by
Got any friends who might like this scary horror stuff? GO AHEAD AND SHARE, SHARE!

SEE THE NEWEST CONTENT BELOW!

SEE THE NEWEST CONTENT BELOW!

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

"Super Mario: Underworld" Just Made Me Gleeful

As far as games go, I've always been a big fan of the Silent Hills, Resident Evils, and anything else with the jump scares, or at least something with big monsters in it. "Castlevania: Lords of Shadow" is a winner in my book, too. So is Skyrim. But this? This takes the cake and makes me wonder if someone over at Nintendo could make this a reality, because when you think about it, what Mario has to go through on a daily basis is a bit of a horror disaster!

Just Check Out This Cool Trending Video About What Happens When Mario "Dies" in the Video Game




Like we're pitting some ideals of the Walking Dead, the freakishness of Rocky Horror, a taste of actual Underworld, and the classic Mario with philosophical thought (I mean, how many times has Mario died in one single game session??): this is genius. We're willing to bet the kids of Netflix's "Stranger Things" would get a kick out of this.

Let's Go, Nintendo: Let's See a Horror-Based Mario Game Now


loading...

When you think about it, it could actually make sense. We've got the ghosts. The giant dragons (Bowser), lots of dark caverns, and ravenous mushrooms. I'd say that makes for a great horror-filled 3D game launched with their new Nintendo Switch coming out soon. Just sayin'. I'd buy that game. I'd buy this, too!

No comments:

Post a Comment


Support Us!
$2
$3
$5
Powered by
Got any friends who might like this scary horror stuff? GO AHEAD AND SHARE, SHARE!



The Top 10 Streaming Scary Movies of Today (According to Netflix)

Given that Netflix really is the master of their own data, how many times a viewer streams The Ridiculous 6, or what films don't get watched all the way straight through, or how many times someone watches an episode of Bill Nye Saves the World, it was easy for them to come up with the list based on just one percentage: 70 percent.

WHAT'S TRENDING RIGHT NOW!

Got any friends who might like this scary horror stuff? GO AHEAD AND SHARE, SHARE!