Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. This has been a very good year for the small, but awesome genre of video game parody songs, and today I thought we'd pit the best so far against each other to see which one is truly the better effort. They come from two series that I love completely equally, so there's no bias in that regards. Let's get to it. The result is a catchy as hell digital romp through the Aperture testing facility that gained applause from the makers of Portal themselves. He's since gone on to follow it up with several other parodies. And In This Corner: Callaghan's opponent is an American musician and comedian called Brentalfloss who's made his name adding lyrics to video game themes like Mega Man 3.
This Is Aperture
It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 29, , and contains three self-contained segments. In "Attack of the 50 Foot Eyesores", an ionic storm brings Springfield 's oversized advertisements and billboards to life and they begin attacking the town. The second segment, "Nightmare on Evergreen Terrace", is a parody of the A Nightmare on Elm Street film series, in which Groundskeeper Willie resembling Freddy Krueger attacks schoolchildren in their sleep. In the third and final segment, "Homer 3 ", Homer finds himself trapped in a three-dimensional world.
Jan Posted by Sean Ian Mills. Every so often, something comes along that changes the way you view creativity and the Internet. This is one of those times. I love that song, and I love Portal 2.
Cores and turrets of every stage Wouldn't you like to escape this cage? Come to us and you'll be sure You're not safe in Aperture! This is Aperture! Test subjects die once they're in sight. This Is Aperture! Everybody hit the floor! Take a seat 'til the neurotoxin makes you die! It's not safe!