Do you think video games are too unrealistic? Well that’s because they are supposed to be, because real life sucks. Check out this video below and find out for yourself if SUper Mario Bros., Metal Gear Solid, and Zelda would be better if they were more realistic.

The laughs don’t end there. Be sure to check out the bloopers and deleted scenes from real life Scribblenauts and Grand Theft Auto here.

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karens2 - 08/27/10 7:57 am

LOLOL! I’m sorry—Mario looks better unrealistic.

I agree with you Karen, Mario looks better unrealistic

Aww poor man in the box. :( I remember watching this video on here already. Double post?

LOL..thanks for sharing!

lol the vid was too funny but the mario face scared the crap out of me 0-0

I’m about to put the lunch I eat out after seeing that ugly and creepy Mario O___O” Man, unrealistic video games are so good, and now my opnion is even more strong about it.. I know that the first Mario is nothing more than a photo shop work in a random picture but, it gives me a hard time the same way .___."”

It’s better if they’re unrealistic - that’s why we play video games

AHH I don’t like it x_X” Ahh~~ thank you god they are not realistic XD

LOLOL! I’m sorry—Mario looks better unrealistic.

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