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Metroid Prime 2D, trailer and playable demo of the fanmade remake

Metroid Prime 2D is a fanmade project created by some talented fans of the Nintendo brand. Here is the trailer and demo of the game. Team SCU, this is the name of the authors, has created a real and ...

Half-Life Opposing Force - New screenshots of the fan remake in Source Engine have emerged

Tripmine Studios just released some screenshots of its Source Engine fan remake of Half-Life: Opposing Force, Operation: Black Mesa. The developers aim to recreate the entire Half-Life spin-off. IS,...
Sonic: Project Hero

Sonic: Project Hero, the game developed by fans now has a playable demo

Sonic, Mario's eternal rival, appears to be getting a new life thanks to his fanbase. Regardless of the upcoming movie, which has had its ups and downs, Sonic is back ...
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Half Life 3 - demo of a fan-made version in Unreal Engine 4 available ...

Good news for Half-Life fans. Denys Almaral has released a demo of his fan-made version of Half-Life 3 in Unreal Engine 4. The most interesting aspect of this story is that it uses assets ...
An artwork of the videogame Papers, Please

Movie trailer came out on Papers, Please

Papers, Please is not an easy game to play in front of the cameras, and not only for the retro style of the game: the anguish of the indie title is in fact primarily existential, and the ...
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On-site the fan-made (and super-annoying) movie of Papers, Please

The idea could only be born in Russia. The film is in fact produced by Liliya Tkach and directed by Nikita Ordynskiy, two students of the Moscow Institute of Television and Radio. The project had already been announced previously, but ...

Nintendo and the fan-made repression

We find ourselves commenting on yet another unfortunate Nintendo jab against fan-made products that use (used) unlicensed intellectual property. The latest victim is the nice "No Mario's Sky", a combination of a 2D Mario Galaxy and ...

Redfall, more details on the new Arkane title

At the Xbox E3 conference, Arkane Austin unveiled its new IP titled Redfall, available exclusively on the Microsoft platform from the summer of ...

GTA Online, in December Rockstar will permanently close the PS3 servers and ...

In the past few hours Rockstar Games has announced through its official website the definitive closure of the PS3 and Xbox 360 servers of GTA Online. The...

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