Red Alert 3, the game with the greatest cast and FMV cutscenes of all time, has three factions: the Allies, the Soviet Union and Japan. A team of Chinese modders have been working for years to add to that roster.
This weekend’s Nairo Saga tournament may be part of the 2GG circuit for Super Smash Bros. For Wii U, but it has a few unique twists. A mod pack is used during the games to add new music, team-specific colors and other competitive features.
Last month, the mod group known as .White announced “Red Dead Redemption V,” a project that would incorporate Red Dead’s map into Grand Theft Auto V. But soon after releasing a teaser trailer for the mod on Friday, the group decided to cancel the project.
The Nintendo Switch grey Joy-Con controllers are pretty nondescript all by themselves, but you can throw a few SNES-themed buttons on there to spice things up if you’re brave enough.
People have made all kinds of things inside Halo 5 using the game’s Forge mode, but Skee Ball seems to have a special place in the hearts and minds of the game’s players.
By now, it seems safe to say that Doom can be played on any device a person wants. It’s been adapted for printers, ATM machines, calculators, the Apple Touch Bar and many others. But none of those devices have 370 horsepower to send you careening down a road, honking like a maniac while you blow demons back to hell.
Pokémon Cobalt and Amethyst is a new Minecraft mod that takes the intersection of the two gaming worlds to an entirely new level.
Ark: Survival Evolved now has Pokémon in it thanks to a mod by Mystic Academy. But who knows how long it will last since, as per the Steam Workshop page, a DMCA notice of copyright infringement has already been filed against the item.
The folks over at TES Renewal Project released a new trailer yesterday updating fans on their progress with Skyblivion, a mod aimed at recreating all of Oblivion inside of Skyrim.
It was surely only a matter of time before Overwatch’s latest hacker hero got spliced into Street Fighter V.
Most people have fond memories of the water gun fight from The Last of Us: Left Behind. A nice break from the grim, apocalyptic weight of the rest of the game, that section of the DLC lets Ellie and her newfound friend, Riley, get to pretend for a just a few moments that they’re just normal kids not living in a zombie…
As we’ve seen before, artist Sam Kwok takes figures and customizes them. The result is very, very good.
Once billed as a full-fledged StarCraft MMO way back in 2011, StarCraft Universe ultimately downsized into a less-massive, still-multiplayer RPG that received Blizzard’s approval and picked up $84,000 on Kickstarter. Now it’s finally a thing you can play.
Seems like good a place as any to strap a GamePad, no?
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.