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Colin and Connor McGuire, the brotherly duo behind the superb Portal: Survive! fan film are back in the Aperture Science testing labs, cooking up a new Portal-based live-action webseries. Revolutionary advances in the field of science don't come cheap though, so the brothers are asking for $15...

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The second season of the Mortal Kombat: Legacy webseries is out now. Directed by Kevin Tancharoen, the 10-episode series is hosted by Machinima, who has made the entire season available at once. Among the show's cast is Ian Anthony Dale, who reprises his role as Scorpion from the first season,...

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After Wayside Creations launched its Fallout fan film in January 2011, it filmed one (excellent) season of Fallout: Nuka Break in a webseries with $30,000 of funding. Now Wayside wants to start filming the second season, bigger, badder and better than the first, with $60,000 in funding. It doesn'...

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Telltale's video game adaptation of The Walking Dead is making slow, shuffling, possibly even moaning progress into reality, at least from our perspective. Luckily for us, Telltale has created a new web show, Playing Dead, in which developers and designers talk about the tone and progress of the ...

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If this is the direction Kickstarter wants to take its future project line-up -- video-game-inspired and of creative, high-quality production -- we're on board. Kickstarter's official first Project of the Day of 2012 is Glitch, a fledgling webseries about a 20-something video-game tester who b...

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If you enjoyed Wayside Creations' Fallout: Nuka Break fan film as much as we did, you may want to consider helping the studio expand the series. The team is seeking donations to help fund a full Nuka Break webseries. if you're interested, check out the video below for additional details!...

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This is interesting -- we at WoW Insider are big fans of Felicia Day's "The Guild" webseries, which will now be shown exclusively via Microsoft apparently. They've announced that the second season of the popular series will premiere exclusively on Xbox Marketplace, MSN, and the Zune marketplace, and...

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