Miscellaneous, Video Games

Felicia Day Sets Up the Guild in Bollywood

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<a href=”http://video.msn.com/?mkt=en-us&brand=v5%5E544x306&from=sp&vid=8cb424dc-cbdb-40be-90c5-8fb450462d2f” target=”_new” title=”Season 4 – Music Video – “Game On””>Video: Season 4 – Music Video – “Game On”</a>

This kind of defies a short explanation, but here goes: Felicia Day does the webseries The Guild. She and her cats made a pretty groovy music video a while back called “Do U Want to Date My Avatar.” So now that The Guild has just started its fourth season, how would Ms. Day follow it up? Well, with a massive, MMORPG-themed Indian movie musical-type song, called “Game On.” It includes shockingly high production values, Day doing an uncanny Bollywood singer impression, plenty of Guild cameos and in-jokes (I assume), and either a pretty good fake elephant or possibly a real elephant that needs to seek medical attention. Oh, and that’s Legend of Neil creator/director/co-writer Sandeep Parikh sharing most of the screen time with Day and, uh, playing her ass. If I were him, I’d frame that paycheck, just on principle.

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