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Things We Saw Today: First Person Smash Bros. Kinda Cool, Kinda Dizzying

This first video might not be for those who easily get motion sick. But it’s a pretty sweet look into what a virtual reality/first person game of Super Smash Bros. would be like. Thanks, SoKrispyMedia! Anyone else terrified at that ending, though? (via Business Insider)

  • Speaking of Super Smash Bros., check out this rad shirt over on Society6 from Paperbeatscissors. It features cute cartoon versions of all your mains (and non-mains). (via Fashionably Geek)
  • The Daily Dot has been running a really neat LEGO review series, and this time around they’ve reviewed a Scooby-Doo LEGO set featuring a haunted mansion. There’s totally booby traps all set up, and there’s even a sandwich. You know. For Shaggy and Scooby’s, uh… munchies.

Batman versus Superman is a debate as old as time, but how many times have you heard people argue about Green Arrow versus Hawkeye? The fine folks over at ismahawk on YouTube set out to answer that question in their “Minute Match-Up” series. I personally might not agree with their assessment, but… was anyone else waiting for Lucky/Pizza Dog to show up?

  • Speaking of matchups, get ready to test your Titan-slaying skills in the forthcoming Attack on Titan video game. It was announced via a wraparound band on the latest volume of the grisly manga, and it’s being developed by the folks behind Dynasty Warriors and One Piece: Pirate Warriors. That’s perfect, because you need a team who can work in epic scale for this game.
  • And finally, did you know Chris Pratt was an artist? There’s totally a “Grecian mural” he painted for his friend in a restaurant in Washington. Imgurian slartibartfas posted a great album of the mural along with Pratt’s artist signature. Well done. (via Vulture)

So much time, so few things to see. Wait. Sorry. Other way around. This isn’t everything, so tell us. What did y’all see today?

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Jessica Lachenal is a writer who doesn’t talk about herself a lot, so she isn’t quite sure how biographical info panels should work. But here we go anyway. She's the Weekend Editor for The Mary Sue, a Contributing Writer for The Bold Italic (thebolditalic.com), and a Staff Writer for Spinning Platters (spinningplatters.com). She's also been featured in Model View Culture and Frontiers LA magazine, and on Autostraddle. She hopes this has been as awkward for you as it has been for her.