Some games have fans. Undertale, the RPG in which you don’t have to hurt anyone, has a bonafide fandom. They make some weird, wonderful stuff.

Case in point: Alfredo Dizon, prolific re-creator of other video games in WWE video games, made an entire Undertale saga in WWE 2K14. This isn’t just, like, “Oh hey, I made Sans and Papyrus and Undyne in the character creator; look at how clever I am.” It’s a full 40 minute production with a soundtrack, acceptably in-character dialogue, and a plot that picks up right where Undertale’s left off.

It’s really cute and surprisingly well-written. It’s chock full of in-jokes for fans of both Undertale and pro wrestling, which is... a remarkably specific crowd. A word of warning, though: it does contain some fairly significant Undertale spoilers, so probably steer clear if you haven’t finished the game (to your own personal satisfaction) yet.

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But man, that part when Undertaker shows up and chokeslams Undertale’s main character into monster world and then the heel turn option appears... I fear I’ve said too much. Anyway, watch.

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