VG Exiles - Episode 2

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Important notes:

This movie is graphically intensive, very large, and very long.

I recommend that you go back and watch the previous episodes if you are new to the series.

The Extras Menu now contains a section entitled, "The Multiverse Explained". It provides a solid explanation of how this series works.

Battle anthem is "Ego Bypass Generator" by SYBREED.


Plucked from their own separate dimensions, The Exiles are a group of dimension-hoppers who have taken on the responsibility of ensuring the stability of the Multiverse. From their home within the extradimensional crystal palace known as Panoptichron, the Exiles oversee all of reality.

Gambit, the Acolyte spy responsible for murdering Sonya Blade and setting up the ambush that killed all but two of the Exiles is now on the run. Locked down on Earth 6013-1226, the mutant serial killer comes face-to-face with Jon Talbain, an Exile desperate to avenge the fallen.

Who will be standing when the dust settles? Only one thing is certain: Earth 6013-1226 will never be the same again.


This 16.6 MB behemoth is over seventeen minutes long and is the most ambitious project I have ever undertaken. I'd like to thank Lee Drake for providing the original artwork. I'd also like to thank VAC members Rina-chan, Darkwolf, and Shockdingo for their vocal contributions. It was a pleasure working with all of you!

I'd also like to thank Tom Fulp for allowing me to premiere this movie on Newgrounds!

To you, the viewer, I recommend that you get a beverage, sit back, and relax. Just don't expect to stay that way for long! This is guaranteed to put you on the edge of your seat!



Superior, in every sense of the word.

First off, yes, the fight scene was great. You know it, I know it. No big surprise there, although special kudos for using Ryu's head as an improvised grenade. Never would have thought of that.

What did surprise me was the level of detail that went into the story and character development. Not only was it well written and executed, but the voice acting (which was also pretty damn good) helped tremendously for conveying the right emotions. So much better than just text. The original drawings also deserve a mention, becauset having sprites carry out the conversations wouldn't have been nearly as dramatic or involving.

If I had to to nitpick a flaw out of any of this... well, thinking back on it, there wasn't anything negative that brought me out of the action or story. I honestly cannot think of anything wrong with this video.

This is brilliant, pure and simple. It took forever to complete, and every second of work shows through. If the next installment takes even longer, I will know, through this example, that it will all be worth the wait. You have my respect, and my thanks.

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Awesome overall man 10/10
I love the voice acting

P.S - Bad Ass ending!!!! =]

My God...

I have never heard of Exiles before, but if it is anywhere close to being as awesome as your creation here, then I thank you for introducing me to such an amazing concept.

to the review, the animations were seamless, fast pace, and varied. Voice acting for Gambit and Sakura was top- notch. It was one of the greatest rides I have been on since I came to NG, thank you, my good man, thank you.

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Two words, Holy Shit!

As similar to Proxicide's work, it's seizure-worthy for its battle animation and over-the-top asskicking, except this series has more of a solid storyline, bravo man, bravo.

this makes me want to quit flash

This seriously raidses the bar on Sprite flashs... on all flashes. Great movie and the voice actor of Gambit was soooo gooood 100 times ebtter then that shit actor they got for Wolverine Origins.

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4.34 / 5.00

Aug 4, 2009
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