You know how in Deus Ex, you’d throw an item at an NPC, even with level 4 muscle augs activated, and it’d bounce off of them harmlessly and they’d make a snide comment? Thanks to GMDX, those days are over.
A very post-apocalyptic Xbox One, straight from Vault 111, brought to you by RobCo/Vault-Tec/Fallout fan Thorhack. Shame it’s not nuclear-powered.
Map design that resembles classic deathmatch maps? Check. Lava? Check. Red-clouded skies? Check. Grey stone walls? Check. Zool’s custom CS:GO map, F4ST Castle, is a pretty good attempt to recreate everything that made Quake good.
Using themes from WoW, but made with the StarCraft II editor by Bounty, Aqua League looks like fast-paced soccer game with a few funny elements added.
The only problem with the addictive card game CD Projekt Red included in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is all the witching one has to do to play it. Thanks to a mod for Tabletop Simulator, the witching is now optional.
In The Witcher 3, Geralt is one swinging dude. He must have some libido! Seems he doesn’t have much of a weenie—or, for that matter, any whatsoever.
On today’s Highlight Reel we have terrifying psychic deer, Black Mesa trash cans, dramatic deaths, crotch-damage and much more!
Using various mods, allmhuran built a pretty neat drivable mech from MechWarrior in Kerbal Space Program. Yes, dropships included.
Valve has kicked off a new service on Steam Workshop that allows people to sell their mods. It only started yesterday. And today, things are already getting messy.
"RaceSwap" is an awesome, yet confusing mod where all three factions of StarCraft II get retextured to look and act like a different faction.
Nearly all the Scrolls games talk up great battles, but you never actually get to fight one. Now there's a Medieval II: Total War: Kingdoms mod to change that.
Twelve world wonders, strewn across a massive landmass, all overrun with monsters. And it's your job to clear them out, of course.
Modder Eddie Zarick took one PlayStation 4 and one Xbox One and put them into one laptop. Because, why not, really.
The rocky starting area, the guards patrolling around the fence, the towers and the tents, so basically almost the entire map of Ground Zeroes now has a Far Cry 4 version, thanks to modder Robert Cram.
Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes came out recently on Steam, and a PC version means one thing: mods. And since a model of game director Hideo Kojima is in the game, why not make him and his model the main character?
Apparently Doom is not the only game being ported or modded by fans over and over to run on the most unusual things. Finnish modder Pekka Väänänen was able to make Quake work on a Hitachi V-422 oscilloscope, an item that's normally used to observe electrical signals.
Normally miniguns just sound like regular guns. With this mod, they can sound like Top Gun(s). Yes, I went there, and I'm not sorry. Not even a little bit.
Sometimes a small addition to a game can really mix things up, turning it into a completely different experience. In this case, a brilliant, funny experience: Sekti42's Smooth Jazz mod for the Heavy's Minigun in Team Fortress 2 changes all the sound effects of the weapon to various jazzy ones.
RoboCop's ED-209 stands proudly over a flaming wreckage in GTA IV. Hopefully GTA V will have (at least) the same level of modding support on PC—giving up all this crazy cool stuff would be a real shame. This one was made veteran modder JulioNIB; there's videos and screenies below, and you can download the mod here.
With its TNT crates and colorful jungle environment, the second level "Jungle Rollers" and even the entire first island is one of the most memorable ones in Naughty Dog's classic. Belgian modding veteran Vadu Amka recently made a custom PS1 based on all the level's features, and it looks really neat.