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If fan films get any better than this, what will we need professional filmmakers for?
Gerry Pugliese is a fan of Mass Effect, but he didn't like the way Mass Effect 3 played out. In response, he put together a 539-page document detailing the changes and additions he would have made to the game.
Etsy user Viktor Graves doesn't manipulate the hardware of Nerf guns, but he does add impressive video game paint jobs.
Either the Internet is eating itself, or it's a clever Starcraft reference.
In honor of our recent GTA V cover story, here's a sweet video of how
you should escape from every police chase in Grand Theft Auto. This
would probably work in real life too.
Someone has finally decided to take it upon themselves to visualize what
we've all been dreaming about: Nicolas Cage's face on every Pokémon's
We posted our review for the upcoming X & Y today, and even though
Pokémon have finally, officially moved into the third dimension, they're
not quite as impressive as this art.
A crafty Guild Wars II player is now questing for nothing but honey.
DeviantArt user Eitanya has quite a bit of experience crafting custom
plush toys, and this Mass Effect tribute is one of the more impressive
in the lot.
Portal 2's numerous brain-bending test chambers are enough to confuse me even with the use of the game's titular portal technology. Actually solving one of them without using any portals? Unfathomable.
Artist RJ Palmer has unleashed his latest realistic renditions of Pokémon with new takes on Lugia and the dinosaur Pokémon, Tyrantrum.
How do you find a real life Pikachu? Photoshop a kitten and hand it a taser.