SGtMarkIV, the creator of the Brutal Doom mod, has posted a new video where he demos another Doom mod of his. It features vehicular (and mecha) combat.
Pictured above: a flying revolver destroying a locomotive, in a creative expression of one’s hype towards Kerbal Space Program’s big upcoming 1.1 patch.
Here’s a GTA V mod, in case you ever wanted to run so hard that you create a tornado and suck up all nearby objects. In GTA V.
These days we’re spoiled for cooperative games. From Halo to Left4Dead and most recently The Division, the modern player’s choices for playing together with friends are abundant. Wind the clock back a decade and a half, however, and the situation was very different.
Who’s a good boy? WHO’S A GOOD BOY? I’m...the good boy....?
SGtMarkIV, the modder behind Brutal Doom, is working on enhancing Doom’s Nintendo 64 version in the same way he did the original. In a video, released earlier this week, he shows us where the project stands now.
Looks like the HD version of GTA San Andreas has been blown out of the water. Thanks, mods!
Now you can finally check which wasteland denizens have a power level of over nine-thousand.
There’s no way to simply join a specific game in Dark Souls—it’s all random matchmaking. The randomization is part of the charm, but for fans still playing the game more than five years after its release, it’s a little wonky. Fortunately, modders on the PC have come up with a pretty clever solution.
Skywind, part of the Elder Scrolls Renewal project, aims to recreate Morrowind in Skyrim’s engine. It has been in development since 2012 and probably won’t be ready for a while. To help cope with that fact, I look at the team’s progress videos as mere instances of 3D Morrowind fan art. So let’s look at some fan art!
My approach to modding Fallout 4 is laid-back: I want to make the game better, but I don’t want to fundamentally change it all that much.
Sven Co-op, the now 17-year-old Half-Life co-op mod, is getting its standalone Steam release on the 22nd—this Friday. It’ll launch as a free download with several maps, including the original Half-Life campaign, reworked for the mod’s newest version.
On PC, Fallout 4 is an endless sea of possibility. Anything you can imagine, you can probably download as a customization and insert it into the game.
And you thought normal Deathclaws were dangerous.
What looks like a Venator-class Star Destroyer replica at first is in fact an incredibly well-made case for a gaming PC.
Opinions about Fallout 4 may be as sprawling and changeable as the Commonwealth wasteland, but most people agree that the new dialogue system leaves something to be desired. Fortunately, there’s a mod for that.
Mod DB is one of the best places to download fan-made add-ons, and every year, the community votes on their favorites. I expected this year’s biggest PC games—Fallout 4, The Witcher 3—to dominate the list but, uh, nope. Instead, tons of people voted on a mod for a 2006 Lord of the Rings strategy game.
Because your murderous wasteland rampage needs a little extra something, don’t you think?
It’s probably the perfect item to scare off guests from the living room. Modder Evie Bee built a replica of Portal 2’s AI companion that moves and sounds just as annoying as the original one.