If you were ever wondering how Justin Bieber‘s songs would sound using Nintendo 64 instruments, you’re in for a real treat. That One Show FUN did just that and recreated the Canadian singer’s What Do You Mean?. Interestingly, the actual track’s chorus sounds like it uses at least one music piece from Super Mario 64. If you’re itching for more Bieber you can check out his Where Are Ü Now music video, which includes a drawing of Pikachu.
Among the random sketches that appear in Skrillex, Diplo and Justin Bieber‘s new Where Are Ü Now music video is a drawing of Pokemon’s number-one mascot, Pikachu. The animated entertainment icon makes a very brief cameo in the recording a little after the 1:55 mark. The music video was apparently created using art pieces gathered from a slew of devout Bieber fans. The Pikachu drawing was made by one such follower who goes by the handle @masoneways on Twitter.
For some reason, celebrities are playable in NBA 2K13 – a basketball video game. Some of the celebrities in the game include Justin Bieber, Bow Wow, Sean Kingston, Mac Miller and Jersey Shore’s Pauly D and Vinny. NBA 2K13 is out now for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation Portable, PC and Wii. Wii U’s version launches sometime during November 18th and March 31st 2013.
It appears as though Nintendo has teamed up with everyone’s favourite teen sensation Justin Bieber to advertise the Nintendo 3DS. There’s an abundance of product placement abound in Justin Bieber’s new video ‘All I want for Christmas is You’ as the embedded video clearly shows at the 1:55 mark. Money well spent from Nintendo?