Freddie Wong's Video Game High School - Episode 1
The YouTube special effects masterminds behind the Freddiew channel bring you a nine-part series with a special guest who may or may not be Harley Morenstein from Epic Meal Time.
Wow! It's like an online tv show made by Youtube stars, except without all the annoying commercials.
Whoa, this was great! I already knew to expect great effects from Freddie Wong but this one blew my mind. The story and the setting are also cool and I'm so interested to see more episodes.
That was surprisingly awesome, thanks for posting I cannot wait for more.
really awesome first episode, Harley at the end was cool cat's named Cheetoh? that's genius XD
I really liked this. Wish real life was like that.
That world looks simultaneously awesome and a little bit lame.
No worries. Check out their trailer. I think there's fighting, DDR and some other genres touched. I think it's going to be a great series!
I actually completely agree with everything you said. I personally think the series should take the focus OFF of FPS games. Also what about his team? Will we ever see them again T_T
Naming one of the Asian characters "Oldboy". That's actually pretty genius xD.
Nice! Will all episodes be posted on SA?
This seems to be an interesting series, or at least it has an appealing start. Let's see how they carry out their main conflict(s).
Though I am concerned on whether or not any other genre will be featured in this 'show'. It's not really Video Game High if the only major game that matters in this alternate world is a team-based shooter. Despite how impressive F. Wong's toy box of props and effects are, it kind of If that's the case, maybe they could do the ol' Pokemon route and make him lose the big leagues and thus moves on to train in the next genre.
This is also just a suggestion, but if the staff are going for the 'Rise of the Nooblet' storyline, it would've also been funny if while the kid was AFK, Cheeto the cat started pawing on the keyboard and was the one accidentally responsible for the stylish kill of Law, thus perhaps making the audience doubt the kid's actual skill in the game until he eventually proves it in another episode.
I'm going a bit overboard now about this. Nonetheless, I'm anticipating how Freddie and the crew go through this project.
Wow, if this is going to be a long running series, I can't wait to see what's next. As always, impressive work Freddiew!
That was really damn good, also we need an actual VGHS, would certainly take the drag out of HS