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The strange thing about this video from the Internet's Freddie Wong, is that 20th Century Fox paid to produce a video of a fake Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter video game, as opposed to just paying to create a real Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter video game.
Freddie Wong and his YouTube page have been featured here before. Usually Wong's stuff is live action and involves lots of explosions and guns, so this is a little bit different than what he and his team usually do. You can check out the video below.
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Freddie W. also got payed by EA to make Battlefield 3 promos.
I still don't like the movie.
wish it was real
I would play that game maybe even buy it too...
Spoiler alert: John Wilkes booth will be a vampire
This three-minute video of a fake movie-tie-in game is more enertaining than the three-minute commercial for the real movie tie-in.
Here we see the power of being awesome at making videos on youtube.
I think it's probably good they didn't make a full game. I like how the writer of this article says "The strange thing about this video from the Internet's Freddie Wong, is that 20th Century Fox paid to produce a video of a fake Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter video game, as opposed to just paying to create a real Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter video game." as if it were easy to make a video game. This probably took animators a month and one tenth of the budget of a game development where a game would take a year or more and then everyone would whine about how terrible it is (myself included). It's probably for the best that they made this cool video instead of taking the risk to make a bad movie game.
I love the video though and I'm glad Freddie is still getting recognized here. VGHS and his other videos are awesome.
i made my Fallout character look like him. with the axe and everything. it was amazing.
haha I would so buy this...
I want an axe-shotgun.
Lol... Abe Lincoln.
I think I'll be taking Spielberg's take on Honest Abe a bit more seriously. . .