It might have taken two years to make, but this StarCraft 2 diorama is just adorable.
Sometimes you love a game so much you've just gotta create a short animated holiday special based on it, and so we have Wind-up Dog Animation's short but sweet Shovel Knight Animated Holiday Special.
Chinese bootleg Transformers are a dime a dozen. The "robots in disguise" are so popular here that we can seldom go a few months without another Chinese fan making a legion of the robots, and now we have a set that's so bad, they're slightly good!
Well, at the very least, this fan-made The Secret World trailer is impressive in and of itself. But this isn't the first time we've seen a fan take content from a game and create a fantastically appropriate trailer, sometimes to greater success than the game's own developers.
This was completed sometime back in early spring, but only yesterday became known to the public at large: It's Attack on Cobra Island a fan-made G.I. Joe video game that shows a lot more effort and love than previous check-cashing G.I. Joe adaptations.
A fan-engineered sequel to the long dormant Wing Commander series is known to Electronic Arts, and all of the franchise's rights holders, but they are taking no action to shut down its development. That said, they don't officially or unofficially endorse the game.
Take a look at yet another Halo-centric fan film, made in mid-January by a team of three dedicated members on zero budget.
The guys at ApertureVFX have put together this more-than-somewhat-awesome live-action take on the chaotic, visually disorienting gameplay of Battlefield 3.
"Hey, you ever feel just a little strange? That we're hopping around all these planets and humans are the only intelligent life forms out here?" Halo: Helljumper, the fan-made web series centered on marine culture in the Halo universe, begins before contact with the Covenant. These greenhorns won't be finishing the…
I don't know about you, but when I have slingshot-paintball-fights with my friends, I generally wish they could be a touch more video-gamey. Filmmaker Andrew McMurry agrees, putting together this a live action film that that weaves normalcy with a convincing digital overlay to give things a distinctly video game…
Sonic fan Robert Medina uses his experience in creating 3D video and imagery to reinvision Sonic & Knuckles' Mushroom Hill Zone as the 2.5D game we always wished Sega had released.
This Mega Man 9 fan tribute is a real work of art. Paper cut-outs are stop-motioned across real world objects arranged to form Mega Man-esque levels. Actually, watching it back again it reminds me of a particularly creative LittleBigPlanet creation. The Oreo Cookie 'boss battle' is genius. Maybe this would be a…