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Sesame Street Muppets Turned Into ‘Bloodborne’ Monsters Is A Horror I'll Never Unsee

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Sesame Street Muppets Turned Into ‘Bloodborne’ Monsters Is A Horror I'll Never Unsee

I quite enjoy sleeping, you know. I like lying down and having sweet dreams about a potential Grand Theft Auto VI, or the release of Deathloop or, you know, the normal things gamers dream about. From now on, however, I'm going to be having nightmares - because I've just seen what Sesame Street characters would look like if they were in Bloodborne.

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Originally spotted by Kotaku, Yong Li Lee has created his own interpretation of the cuddly creatures we know and love from Sesame Street. The show is all about love, acceptance, and teaching young kids valuable lessons for life. But these versions of the characters look like they want to teach me pain, trauma, and quite possibly end my life altogether.

Though we're not getting a Bloodborne 2 any time soon, FromSoftware fans have a treat on their hands with the upcoming release of Elden Ring...

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Yong's Art Station and personal website are filled to the brim with these pieces - and from Big Bird's bloodied feathers and Kermit's warty back to Cookie Monster's multiple mouths, these are all horrifying creations that really do belong in Yharnam. And like... stay there please - far away from me, Elmo, don't come anywhere near me with your tentacle mouth.

To make sure that these creatures looked as if they were from Bloodborne, Yong paid attention to limb length, colours, and even claw length. And what's more, the artist also needed to keep enough of the original Sesame Street designs for them to be recognisable.


You can watch the artist's speed art video above, which has a good number of The Matrix references within it as well, and really shows off his artistic skill. Bloodborne, though it was released back in 2015, continues to be the inspiration for incredible fan projects like this de-make - and now with Elden Ring well on its way for a 2022 release, we can't wait to be scared by the grossest monsters games has to offer.

Featured Image Credit: Yong Yi Lee / PBS (Via Twitter)

Topics: News, Bloodborne

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