Tagged With fan games

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Day of the Tentacle got a new lease of life thanks to Double Fine's remaster. But some fans have opted to go one step further with Return of the Tentacle, a fan-made sequel that's incredibly faithful to the original point-and-click adventure.

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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is one of the most influential mangas of all time. References to it show up in dozens of anime, and Hirohiko Araki, the manga's author, has even shown his work in the Louvre. Despite all these accolades, you've never been able to kiss any of the characters, until now.

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For decades, a Pokemon game where players can catch and train monsters, together and online, has been a distant fantasy for fans around the world. The camaraderie and competition so integral to the Pokemon story -- the tale of a young hopeful going out into the world to make friends and self-actualise -- has always felt a little lacking in Pokemon blockbuster single-player games. So, imagine: A free Pokemon game, accessible on PC, Mac, iOS, Android and Xbox, where you can do everything you do in an official Nintendo game, but with your friends.

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For decades, Sonic the Hedgehog has inspired an obsessive fandom that's been difficult to separate from the uneven quality of the games. Fans have created impressive art, music, and even games that pay tribute to the series and its characters. Some of these creations are so impressive, that SEGA brought on fans to create the much-hyped Sonic Mania.

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I don't imagine that actually being trapped between dimensions would be super fun if it, you know, happened to you, but it sure looks cool. Case in point: Mega Man 2.5D.

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Sonic the Hedgehog has always struggled in 3D. From the picky camera of Sonic Adventure to Sonic Unleashed and its odd melee combat, Sega's mascot has never quite gotten it right. Thankfully, fans are here to make it all better with Green Hill Paradise Act 2.