At last, someone has harnessed the cutting-edge AI technology to deliver what people truly desire - a Mortal Kombat-style game featuring celebrity fighters.
Unlike the usual Mortal Kombat series with warrior monks, mystical creatures, and even a cowboy duking it out to see who's the button-mashing champion, this AI-generated version brings real-world personalities into the battle arena.
Although the developers attempted to include Jean Claude Van Damme in their lineup, they couldn't secure him, leading to the creation of the action movie star character, Johnny Cage.
But why settle for fake, fictional characters when you could have Albert Einstein battling it out with Mother Teresa, each wielding superpowers unique to them?
In this 'celebrity' version of Mortal Kombat, you'll find politicians, sports stars, musicians, and even Gordon Ramsay as part of the fighters.
Moreover, this could be a chance to witness the imagined face-off between Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg, even though it's unlikely to happen in reality.
In this scenario, each tech billionaire could livestream themselves playing the game, controlling their avatars to virtually battle each other.
However, the AI's work on some of the fighters has resulted in some odd outcomes, like Zuckerberg having a disconcertingly lizard-like appearance on his skin.
The video creator's job is now to relax and wait for a game developer to reach out for the idea.
The response to witnessing AI-generated celebrities battling it out in Mortal Kombat style is overwhelmingly positive: "I would play the s**t outta this game."
Admit it, watching Kung Lao tossing his hat around can get old after a while. But the thought of William Shakespeare and Pope Francis going at each other is way more unique and exciting.
Another person chimed in, stating that the real-life aspect would add more hilarity and entertainment, and it's tough to argue against that view.
People had a blast speculating about the superpowers and move sets each celebrity would possess, and some pondered who would emerge victorious if they fought in the real world.
Though some fighters were disqualified due to being long gone, The Rock garnered significant support as the top contender for a realistic Celebrity Mortal Kombat winner.