[rackets hit ball, audience reacts]
-15-love. -Shut up!
All right guys, we’re in crisis-mode here.
Our last Call of Duty ripoff had to be pulled off the shelves
’cause of that lawsuit over that “airport baby massacre scene.”
-I thought it was pulled ’cause no one was buying it.
We need to think of more immersive games,
’cause if we don’t,
we’re gonna be up S–t Creek without a shotgun.
-Actually, the correct phrase is “without a paddle.”
-No, it’s shotgun…
like this one!
[bang!, ceiling crumbles]
Uhh… damn it.
Like I was saying,
we need an immersive game.
Motion-control gaming is the future,
so you guys better have some good ideas
or I’m gonna transfer all of you
to the video-games-based-on-movies department.
-No! I don’t want to be forced to make a Twilight game.
-And my children would disown me.
Except for the gay one.
He really does like that Taylor Lautner fella.
-Oh, I got an idea for a game.
It’s a game for…
So, you’re a male stripper.
-And your goal is to make enough money
to get out of the ghetto
and put yourself through beauty college.
-(video game) Hump bonus!
-Not bad. So how do you jump?
-Strippers don’t jump.
-No, no, motion controls suck if there’s no jumping!
-I’ve got one, sir. It’s called…
-[whispering]: Jumping. Jumping.
So, in this motion-control game,
you’re a race car driver.
-(video game) Great driving.
-But, when you get in a crash,
your body lights on fire,
so you gotta stop, drop, and roll.
-(video game) Roll bonus!
-Then, you have to give CPR to your fellow dying driver!
-(video game) Keep pumping on his chest!
-And where’s the jumping?
-Damn it, people! Do you not understand?
If I can’t jump in real life and see my character jump on the screen,
then the video game’s motion controls are f–king pointless!
that’s not proper CPR technique.
You have to go like–
-(all) Shut up!
-That’s it. Both of you two:
-Damn you, Taylor Lautner and your sexy abs!
[shotgun cocks] -You!
You better give me a good idea.
Oh, oh. I-I-I got an idea.
-Doesn’t it involve jumping?
-Uh… yeah. It’s…it’s all about…
-‘Kay. I’m listening.
-[stammering]: In this game, you jump…
all over the place.
-And how do you jump?
-Oh… you press the A button.
-The gaming industry is doomed.
-(woman) I have an idea.
-Have you been down here the whole time?
-Yes, sir. You told me I had to stay under the table
until instructed otherwise.
-Well… what’s your idea? Spit it out!
-Well, I think the problem is–isn’t the game, it’s the controls.
See, all these motion controls should be simple to remember
and easy to perform.
It shouldn’t be strenuous or tiring,
it should just be natural.
-Oh, my God.
You’re totally right.
You, you’re the goddess of gaming.
Together, you and I
are gonna change this world of motion gaming.
After months of hard work,
I have finally finished the next level of motion-controlled gaming.
I’ve condensed all the complex motion controls
down to one small device.
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you…
the Motiontron 2000.
It’s brilliant, right?
And you can jump.
Come on guys, this is a breakthrough.
Yah, f–k you guys!
[boing! boing! boing! boing! boing!]
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