Nintendo Fans Made Eight Short Movies In A Day

If Nintendo gave you 24 hours to make a short film about one of their games, what kind of YouTube classic would you create?

The company behind Link, Samus and Waluigi gave 32 Los Angeles-based “Nintendo Brand Ambassadors” (fans!) the opportunity to make movies about The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D, Super Mario 3D Land, Mario Kart 7, and Tetris Axis.

Nintendo configured the teams, which is why you’ll see Mega 64 people sprinkled throughout these videos instead of just making an instant-winner on their own.

First up, The Hipster Zelda Musical.

(Oh, and to be clear: Nintendo didn’t pick a winner; they just gave gifts to all who participated. Therefore… feel free to pick a winner, Kotaku readers.)

The Legacy of Zelda

Mission Im-Plumb-able

Super Mario 3D Land Adventure

Mario Kart Dubstep

Mario Kart 7 3DS Parody

Human Tetris Party

The Truth About Tetris

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