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  • Blog Post: The Best Stardew Valley Mods (So Far)

    Stardew Valley has barely been out for a month and its passionate community is already creating useful, creative, and utterly bizarre mods for the game. Here are some of our favorites. Be sure to read the installation notes for each of these mods before you install them because the process for some of... More
  • Blog Post: Todd Howard Discusses Fallout 4 DLC, Mods, & Survival Mode

    Just a few hours before Todd Howard and several members of Bethesda Game Studios' team walked onto the D.I.C.E. Awards stage to accept Fallout 4's Game of the Year honors , I sat down with Howard to discuss what comes next for the game – primarily the forthcoming DLC plans . Howard also... More
  • Blog Post: Want To Try Modding Fallout 4? – Here's A Long-Time Modder’s Lessons

    For years, creators and users of mods have upgraded their favorite titles in ways too numerous to list. From revamping a few textures to building entire new worlds, their modifications blur the gap between players and developers. They are a hobbyist’s gateway to game design. Long a PC gaming staple... More
  • Blog Post: Eight Mods That Would Make Fallout 4 More Fun

    The Game Informer staff has spent hundreds of hours exploring Fallout 4’s wasteland. Along the way, we’ve been collecting more than bobbleheads and magazines. The game does a lot of things right, but there’s certainly room for a number of quality-of-life improvements. As you probably... More
  • Blog Post: The Fallacy Of Free Mods - Paying Creators, Developers, And Valve Is The Right Move (And May Return)

    The past two weeks have been tumultuous for PC gamers, as Valve announced (and quickly terminated) a mechanism that allowed modders to charge for their work. While the dust has mostly settled, there are important lessons from the aborted attempt and how we might better discuss this issue in the future... More
  • Blog Post: The Just Cause 3 Team's Favorite Mods And Videos

    Game developers make games and then consumers play them, but this transaction isn’t a one way street. These days, game developers often fall in love with videos and mods for their own games that were created by the fans themselves. Gamers are beginning to entertain their entertainers. Over the... More
  • Blog Post: Do’s And Don’ts Of Post-Release Content

    Years ago, you bought a game and that was that. You inserted the disc or cartridge, installed or booted up the game, and played it on your computer or console – flaws and all. When you completed it, your time with it was over. Today, games aren’t a standalone product. They alter and grow... More
  • Blog Post: The Best (And Strangest) Skyrim Mods

    Skyrim is a great game regardless of which platform you’re playing it on. PC gamers, however, get the added bonus of being able to mod their games to their liking. If you’re too impatient to level up your lock picking, simply mod the game to give you an unbreakable lock pick. If you don’t... More
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