We are happy to announce that All Your Base: Last Of Last™, a monumental stupendous three-dimensional animated science fiction steampunk comedy mock trailer parody spoof short film, got 150,000 views on YouTube!
Our final-remake of “All Your Base Are Belong To Us”, the best Internet meme of all times, is receiving such good comments and feedback that we are absolutely happy!
You Don’t Know What The Movie Is About?
Well, watch some of the classic arcade game that inspired our film, and see how the new version of the characters and story looks!
If You Haven’t Watched, Somebody Set YOU The Bomb!
But calm down… You can watch it now and join our beloved community of awesome geeks and gamers. What are you waiting for? Watch it now!
Do you want more? Subscribe to our YouTube channel and get all the updates about our coming projects.
And remember: You have no chance to survive! Ha, ha, ha. HA! Unless… You share this video with your friends!
In the mood for singing along?
Here is the “Ballad of Great Justice” thrown in for good measure:
And If You Are a Geek Like Us…
Now you can buy the card game based on the short film from Etsy.com:
Check the Board Game Geek profile of All Your Base: Last Of Last – The Card Game!
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Ben is a Senior Tech Correspondent based in New York City. He writes about video games, consumer technology, food, and culture. He has a B.A. in Magazine Journalism from Temple University. He wrote for the Philly Weekly, and served as a Senior Reporter at Joystiq before joining Engadget as a Senior Editor in 2012. Ben joined Tech Insider as a member of the founding staff in April 2015 and transitioned to Business Insider in July 2016. He doesn’t like writing in third-person.