For decades, video game fans have loved to stomp, shoot and otherwise cream the various bad guys that crop up in their way. Try to keep us from eating them there dots? Sorry, Blinky, but it's curtains for you.
But just how do video game bad guys feel about this neverending cycle?
That's the premise behind the new animated hit "Wreck-It Ralph" — and as the first trailer shows, this is one film that's ready to take you to the next level.
Here's the dilly: John C. Reilly provides the voice of the titular character, Wreck-It Ralph, the heavy in an old 80's arcade game that looks suspiciously like a cross between "Donkey Kong" and "Rampage." But after decades of having little kids pound the tar out of him, Ralph has a change of heart: He doesn't want to be the bad guy any more.
So naturally, he ditches his 8-bit life and starts an odyssey through the video game landscape in search of a new console where he can unleash his inner hero.
Co-starring Jane Lynch, Jack McBrayer and Sarah Silverman, "Wreck-It Ralph" isn't set to hit theaters on November 2, but you can check out the next trailer right now courtesy of MSN. Because when the screen reads "Game Over," the real fun is just beginning: