Now this is one interesting concept for a VR peripheral. These computer-controlled stilts are called “Level-Ups” and simulate stair steps and give a sense of elevation while standing on virtual objects.
A month back, news came out that Rust—the ultra-successful survival game from Garry's Mod creator Garry Newman—would be rebooting. Then, a few days ago, Newman's Facepunch dev team revealed a new game. That announcement was met by outrage from Rust players. Why work on something new when your successful but famously…
Open-world survival games where you need to worry about other people more than the fantastical enemies. Hugely successful creations that are in alpha and are nowhere near finished. Weird shit happening when people mess with each other. Yes, Rust and DayZ are pretty similar. But, as of last night, only one of them will…
The closest we can get to Street Fighter in Garry's Mod, using Team Fortress 2 models and hats is... actually pretty close. I can't remember Guile wearing a coat, but everything else fits really well.
Ragdolls are fun on their own, but watching Criken2's friend mess around in Garry's Mod using a Kinect looks like a blast. Something about knowing the ragdoll is acting a certain way because there's an actual person doing the same thing on the other end, I think. It's extra playful.
Because it's often so silly, here's a surprisingly touching ode to Garry's Mod, maybe the best thing there is about PC gaming.
Elements of the source port of Doom integrated into the latest Garry's Mod look really great.
Garry's Mod has added support for Kinect. The popular PC machinima/screwing around tool will be able to read your movements on Microsoft's camera and, to the best of its ability, recreate the actions in the game.
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Valve's Source Engine may be getting long in the tooth, but the fact it's constantly updated means it can still produce some surprisingly realistic results. Like this gallery, comparing images taken inside the game engine to photos taken in real life.
There's a game for every kind of man. So why not show dad some love this Father's Day with a new one? Whether you're a video game know-it-all or can't stand them, dad might enjoy something new to play. Use our handy guide to figure out what game to give him after the barbecue this weekend.
There's currently a battle going on over on the site of the Humble Indie Bundle, where two indies who have "made it big" - Minecraft creator Notch and Garry's Mod creator Garry Newman - are jostling to see who can donate the most money.
Garry Newman, the creator of the Garry's Mod mod/machinima toolkit for the PC, just sprung one of the best pirate traps in recent memory, tricking those who did not pay for his product into essentially giving themselves up.
The pint-sized ceramic co-star of Valve's Left 4 Dead 2 may be deserving of his own video game, as evidenced by the trailer for the sadly nonexistent Gnome Chompski: The Game.
John Boiles' work getting Garry's Mod to recognise Microsoft's Kinect isn't the most impressive video of its ilk we've seen. It is, however, the most entertaining.
Garry's Mod is powerful, but not this powerful. That's where "Photoshop" comes in. But this brilliant Minecraft/Half-Life 2 mashup uses both to tell a charming story.
Griefing. The act of undermining another's online gaming experience. It's usually a dirty word, one associated with cretins and assholes. Yet when applied to the right target, it can also be associated with great things.
What better way to kick off a Tuesday then a little dead zombie hooker action? Right?