The 3D Print Guy has a brilliant YouTube gimmick: he 3D prints plastic figures, and then he animates them. This time, he sculpts and animates the sneakiest, most mischievous Rick of all: Tiny Rick.
If Valve’s two most famous silent protagonists had a fight, who would win? Chell or Freeman? Portal Gun or Gravity Gun? Long Fall Boots or HEV Suit?
Installed across all of Los Santos are a countless number of security cameras that quietly monitor everything that happens. And given that this is Grand Theft Auto, it’s pretty likely that they’re recording all sorts of wild things.
Link will do anything for some extra rupees—even if it means screwing everyone else over.
Endless traffic hopper Crossy Road is a delightfully frustrating game. Switch the perspective from top-down-ish to first-person however, and it's a recipe for a heart attack.
Fighting filmmakers Epic Rivals teases its upcoming live-action Naruto short film, with the most perfect Tenten and Neji ever prepare to test their might.
Instead of "Punished Snake" or dramatic monologues in the rain, Fury Fingers' Metal Gear short focuses on another aspect of the series.
If you've ever lived with one or more roommates, you know that things can get a bit messy and tense. Now just imagine the kind of jerk pranks would get pulled if you both had Portal guns.
Even when they're being protected by bigger, stronger adults, the children who've survived in The Last of Us' fiction are seeing horrible things. Just like in this fan film.
It's clear that a lot of work and a lot of love went into this creepy eight-minute Spawn fan film. When a former witch and her son go into a grocery store, he has just the sort of encounter his mother had hoped to protect him from.
A cult fencing game deserves a cute, choreographed fan film, doesn't it? Yes, it does. This Nidhogg tribute is pretty fun, especially because it's got a bunch of guys in brightly colored bodysuits stabbing each other.
The pair of trailers are for a Half-Life short called "The Fall Down Of Evolution." Created by Turkish director and VFX artist Tiber Ergür, it will tell the tale of a young soldier as he tries to survive the Combine invasion of Earth during the Seven Hour War—but for now, all we have is two really great teasers.
The new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie upset some fans by choosing to give the titular ninja foursome a more "realistic" look. This wonderfully choreographed short from production company Epic Rival opts for a more human approach.
Valve's Source Filmmaker is an amazing tool, and this fan film is a great example. It shows poor Tidehunter trying to land a hit on Kunkka and failing. And failing. And failing. I hope Valve hires this guy to do the clips for their future Dota 2 videos.
Insert comment about Half-Life 3 taking too long here.
Does the Man of Steel do more good as a savior swooping down from the sky or as a reporter exposing the evils of the world?
In fact, if there was another Matrix movie in the works, it would probably look a lot like this. Matrix Online: The Movie? Might work. Probably not.
This fan film stars Lara Croft, but there's as much John McClane on show here as there is British archaeologist.