Looking for the very best Freddie Wong videos? You've definitely come to the right place! Freddie Wong's YouTube videos are truly entertaining, mixing pop culture with gaming and a (rather twisted), humorous outlook on life. Freddie Wong likes to have fun, and he's taking all of us along with him via his videos. Millions are on board the Freddie Wong video train, marveling at his creativity, skill and overall true geekiness. Behold: some of the absolute best, most entertaining, Freddie Wong videos ever. Don't see your favorite? Let us know in the comments!
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Splinter Cell: Lightbulb Assassin
Yet another absolutely awesome Freddie Wong video in "Splinter Cell: Lightbulb Assassin." It's fun, it's hilarious to video game geeks (I am one, I loved it) and it gives us some wicked tactical light bulb shooting action. Absolutely spot on re: "Splinter Cell." "Who turned out the lights?!"
This hilarious Freddie Wong video features a (remarkably well done) real-life version of 'Mario Kart,' complete with special lighting effects, dangerous red turtle shells, a soundtrack and yes - a really rather creepy looking Freddie Wong-as-Lakitu cloud. Any doubts about Freddie's talent as a filmmaker? Didn't think so.
Want a great example of Freddie Wong's abilities to mesh together live-action video gaming with great special visual effects? "Time Crisis" is your clip. In this clip, actor Andy Whitfield (yes, from 'Spartacus'), has a great time battling the baddies in a real-life light gun game (a la Namco's arcade classic "Time Crisis," which everyone loved!). Super sweet special effects in this one. And a ton of guns. And a quarter to keep things going!
Ah, the cereal killer. He lurks in your grocery store, late night, when you're just trying to decide between Cocoa Puffs and Cocoa Krispies. You never know when or where the cereal killer will strike. Unfortunately for these masked killers, on this particular night, they've messed with the wrong shopper. Freddie Wong is packing serious heat, and he's not afraid to kick cereal killer ass! Yes, he's the Jackie Chan of grocery stores.