Dust2 is the undisputed king of Counter-Strike maps. But as my colleague Nathan Grayson reported back in April, the very awesomeness of the level that’s made it such a classic has also posed a risk of making the shooter feel stale. What better way to liven things up than with the living dead?
Rifick, an avid Super Smash Bros. stage builder who's made some of the coolest custom levels I've seen for the game, just posted a handy tutorial for some of the mode's trickier parts. Give it a look if you've been having any problems with your own custom stages. And let me know if you have any other tips too!
The advent of "Smashketball" showed that some of the best parts of this new Smash generation are the ones players create for themselves. Nintendo doesn't make it easy to share custom stages or rulesets with one another, so the best way to share stuff is by talking online. What are the best made-up games you've seen?
Super Smash Bros. finally came to the Wii U last month. Creative types that they are, avid fans have been having a lot of fun with the game's new level editor—making neat-looking custom stages and posting them online for others to draw inspiration from. Let's check out some of them, why don't we?
Imagine a sprawling open-world game like inFamous 2 for the PlayStation 3, filled with countless user-created levels for you to explore. Then watch this trailer of the newly-revealed feature and see how close you got.
It's a little less Dr. Light and a little more Dr. Frankenstein in Mega Man Universe, where you'll choose from a wide variety of pre-made parts to create your own personal Something-Man.