Video Game High School Season 2 continues with episode 3 for some 8 bit action. Ki Swan’s dad, Ken Swan, visits the VGHS campus, but the intent of his visit is to pull Ki out of school. Ki’s boyfriend Ted Wong tries to put his smarts to good use to impress her dad. Will Ted be able to win over Ki’s father? Meanwhile, the PTA awards Coach Matrix Parent of the Year and Coach Matrix wants Jenny to write the intro speech by the next day. Brian D tries to help Jenny, but can she come up with a speech even with her tumultuous relationship with her mom? While at the breakfast before the award ceremony, the Duchess lays down the strict guidelines for parent of the year. She gets Coach Matrix to commit to benching anyone on the FPS for dating. How will this affect Jenny Matrix and Brian D’s relationship? The Law also learns a little more about himself paying Ki’s new video game “High School Video Game” Video Game High School’s video game.
Video Game High School Season 2 continues with episode 2 with plenty of changes for Brian D and Ted Wong. The duo (aka Bred) get a new roommate… The Law, who is bent on “revenge.” Brian D finds out that he lost his scholarship to VGHS and must pick up janitorial duties to stay in school. Balancing school and work isn’t easy for him. He gets delusional with a lack of nutrition as Coach Matrix institutes health food only for her FPS team. Ted Wong finds out that drifting class isn’t all it’s cracked up to be as he tries to win over his fellow teammates with soda. However, he takes a wrong turn with the Duchess of Kart. Can Ted redeem himself with his class? Meanwhile, Ki ends up accidentally as an RA (Residential Advisor) and must face her toughest resident, The Law.
Video Game High School (VGHS) returns with Season 2 and all your favorite characters are back. With their backgrounds established in Season 1, Season 2 kicks off with school back in session again with a little questing and a lot of visual effects. Ted Wong and Ki Swan continue their relationship, but they each have their own way of balancing school. Ever sleepy Ted just can’t seem to get his Drifting report done, while homework craving Ki just can’t handle the assignments that Freddie Wong puts out. Meanwhile, Brian D & Jenny Matrix kicks up the complexity of their relationship when Jenny’s mom, Coach Matrix, begins to work at VGHS. Coach Matrix is now in charge of the FPS team and determined to win the championship with her new playbook. Who can make the cut on varsity FPS team? However, things get murky when the verdict is laid down on “The Law” for hacking violations and causes VGHS varsity team to get barred from FPS competition. How will VGHS deal with the ban? Look for a Stan Lee cameo.
Reflecting on his vexed relationship with his father, director David Nguyen struggles to master each video game level of life, from losing his toy doll to falling in love in Canada, and more. The animated short is illustrated in the old, SNES style 2D 8-bit sidescroller video games.
Ryan Higa created a movie trailer dedicated to all the Candy Crush and other mobile game addicts out there! He plays the leads role in “Candy Crush The Movie,” where people are addicted to games like Candy Crush, Fruit Ninja, Angry Birds, Temple Run, and Draw Something. The more likely you are to stay in the world the more likely you are to be imprisoned. Ryan and his friend are here to save those addicted. Watch til the end for a bonus sneak peek.
If you can’t be at E3, DJ Steve Aoki is bringing you his latest creation. Introducing the latest and greatest video game console — the Super Aoki 5000! Play all your favorite games Aokify’d — from Super Aoki Brothers to Grand Theft Aoki. It’s fun for the whole family (not just Travis Barker’s)!
Featuring games like:
Dim Mak Punch Out!
Super Aoki Kart
Super Aoki Brothers
World of Stevecraft
Grand Theft Anki
Halo…with Steve Aoki!