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Synthpop Phoenix Wright music video is so money


11:30 AM on 05.28.2012



The Ace Attorney series, other than being damn brilliant, lends itself well (almost too well) to parody. The character portraits, limited animation frames, and backgrounds can be easily arranged in all manner of configurations then enhanced with music and sound bites. Videos like Phoenix Wrong and "Boot to the Head" are so simple in concept, but the addition of AA characters makes them instantly spectacular.

YouTuber MysteryBen27 tried his hand at an AA video of his own by synching character movements with the song "Money" by synthpop band Mystery Skulls. I've never heard of the group before, but I'd be lying if I said the beat isn't infectious. It's bumpin', it's hot, it's the perfect jam to nod along to on this fine holiday.

The Turntable Turnabout (Mystery Skulls - Money) [YouTube] (Nice find, Robert!)






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