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  1. The Hufflepuff Diaries Remind Us All That Hufflepuffs Have It The Worst

    Well... at least their common room is close to the kitchen!

    It's hard out there for a Hufflepuff. I'm a Ravenclaw, and I happen to know plenty of Slytherins and Gryffindors - but how many people have you ever met that willingly identify as Hufflepuffs? YouTubers Friends of Atticus know that everyone loves to make fun of the Hogwarts badgers, so they've started a new series called The Hufflepuff Diaries.

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  2. Fan-Made Star Wars Anime is More Exciting Than Whatever You’re Doing

    This fan-made animated Star Wars short shows a massive, nondescript space battle between the Empire and the Alliance. Looking at Star Wars through the lens of YouTube video-maker Otaking77077's retro anime-style artwork is almost like looking at the universe through new eyes. There are some incredible dogfights... You know what, you just have to watch it.

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  3. Fan-Made Duck Hunt Trailer Reminds Us That Evil Ducks Came Before Angry Birds

    The Game Station brings us this "terrifying creature feature of deadly ducky carnage," directed by The Country Club, in which the light gun classic Duck Hunt enters real life, creating chaos and sadness. I'd say they made the dog evil, but really, how much more evil could he have gotten from the original game?

    (Thanks, Dar!)

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  4. Day of the Tentacle Sneakers and Tie Points and Clicks Their Way Into Our Hearts

    Day of the Tentacle, a time-traveling, point-and-click adventure comedy game designed by video game and geek hero Tim Schafer and industry veteran and "guy poet" Dave Grossman, was--and still is--awesome. It's a sequel to the wacky Maniac Mansion, and featured characters Bernard, Laverne and Hoagie traveling through time to stop the evil Purple Tentacle from taking over the world. At one point, Bernard puts a hamster in a freezer in the present so Laverne, who is stuck in the future, can retrieve the hamster and thaw it so it can power a machine. If that doesn't deserve some kind of clothing line, I don't know what does. Luckily for us, Madrid-based artist Maya Pixelskaya, created these Day of the Tentacle Converse sneakers and a matching tie. Stick a hamster in a freezer so you can travel past the jump and view larger versions of the sneakers and tie. Also, don't actually stick a hamster in a freezer.

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  5. Fan-Made Chrono Trigger Sequel, Crimson Echoes, Released

    Almost two years ago, Square Enix attempted to prevent a fan-made Chrono Trigger sequel, Crimson Echoes, from ever releasing to the public. The project uses sprites from the original Chrono Trigger, so Square Enix kind of had a point, in that the fan-made sequel was infringing on their intellectual property. However, a day ago on reddit, a user named buu700 posted what he claims to be the final release of Crimson Echoes for all to download and enjoy.

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  6. Fan-Made Duke Nukem 3D Remake Officially Licensed

    Built on Epic Games' Unreal Engine 3, Duke Nukem: Next-Gen, a fan-made remake of the 1996 venerable, campy PC first person shooter, Duke Nukem 3D, has been officially approved by current Duke Nukem 3D license holder Gearbox Software, in yet another act of Gearbox being totally awesome.

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  7. Fan-made Opening Credits for The Walking Dead, Probably Better than Real Ones

    THE WALKING DEAD "Opening Titles" from Daniel Kanemoto on Vimeo. Fans everywhere are fairly excited for AMC's upcoming The Waking Dead series, a television adaptation of a well-respected zombie apocalypse comic written by Robert Kirkman, premiering October 31st of this year. One fan in particular, Daniel Kanemoto, was excited enough to make extremely moody opening credits to the show that will most likely rival AMC's version of the opening credits. (Daniel Kanemoto via Kuriositas via Boing Boing)

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