If we lived in a world where videogames didn't exist, where would their stories go? Into science fiction books? Big budget movies? Gritty graphic novels? Educational children's shows? My brand new series, as previously seen in an episode of Hey Ash, Whatcha Playin'?, explores this mysterious and strange world where games are presented through other means, where they often end up as something completely opposite of what we know them to be.
It's Once Upon a Pixel! And it's ready for your viewing pleasure!
The pilot episode covers some familiar ground: Bioshock and fairy tales. Watch as I read this sleepy-time tale to a familiar friend (it's way more interesting than that makes it sound). As always, it's chock full of original art created by me -- over 50 different images!
If you didn't already click one of the two links above, you can click this one to head on over to GameTrailers and watch it. Hey, this is my first time writing a post like this! I dunno the best place to stick a link. Anyway, I hope you enjoy it (and feel free to Digg it)!
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