Never underestimate the power of memes. Developers have literally made games based on the idea of a popular meme. Case in point, MultiVersus is a crossover fighting game that is fulfilling fantasies by letting gamers duke it out as Ultra Instinct Shaggy against fighters from various Warner Bros. Discovery properties.
MultiVersus is still in open beta, so it's got a long way to go before it can give Super Smash Bros. a run for its money. But, with so many fans supporting the game already, who's to say that MultiVersus won't get to where it can go and even be a part of a future EVO tournament?
Wishful thinking aside, it's clear that MultiVersus is taking a page out of Smash Bros.'s book. The best-selling brawler by Nintendo is a fighting game at its core but its appeal among the masses lies in its constant crossovers.
Walter White, portrayed by Bryan Cranston, is a high school chemistry teacher who created a meth empire after finding out that he has cancer. What initially started as a way for him to fund his treatments ended up becoming a path for him to go from an aging United States citizen to the head of an organization "big enough that it could be listed on the NASDAQ".
reaking Bad ended its five-season run in 2013, but it continues to live on in pop culture as a frequently meme'd and referenced show. It also doesn't hurt that the spin-off, Better Call Saul, is equally as compelling as the original.
At the moment, there is a Twitter account dedicated to getting Warner Bros. to listen and bring Walter White to MultiVersus. We're aware that bringing characters from other IPs is a legal nightmare, but we're pretty sure that Sony and Warner Bros. can work something out.
In the meantime, Breaking Bad fans can rely on modders to bring fan fantasies to life. At the moment, fans are enjoying beating the crap out of Superman and others using Gustavo Fring thanks to a mod. The character, portrayed by Giancarlo Esposito, is a fan favorite that is in the running for a spin-off after Better Call Saul ends.