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  • Blog Post: Modders Create Splatoon In Minecraft

    A Minecraft mod released recently that recreates the mechanics of Splatoon's multiplayer mode to an impressive degree. The mod comes from SethBling with help from PyroPuncher, and as long as you're on 1.8 server you can download and play it here . For our review of the true Splatoon, head here... More
  • Blog Post: Mod Places Half-Life 2 Gravity Gun In Grand Theft Auto V

    YouTube user Tom Jackson posted a video recently of a GTAV mod that places a Half-Life 2-style gravity gun in Los Santos. You can check out the video below where Jackson uses the weapon to lift and fling cars, people, helicopters, and maybe even something bigger if you stick around until the end of the... More
  • Blog Post: GTA V's Protagonists Battle Ragdoll Physics In Collection Of Modded Cutscenes

    A new mod available for the PC version of Grand Theft Auto V lets you turn on ragdoll physics whenever you want. YouTube user Tyrannicon put the mod to good use and activated the mod in the middle of a number of cutscenes. The result is a montage of moments where Trevor, Franklin, and Michael seem to... More
  • Blog Post: Grand Theft Auto V Modders Give Whales A Chance At City Life

    GTA V is in the hands of PC players which means we're going to be getting a lot of weird mods and strange videos. Here's one starring the largest mammal on Earth. Fed up, presumably, with all the pollution and unlicensed submarine pilots exploring the bottom of the ocean, this whale decided to... More
  • Blog Post: Valve's Gabe Newell Responds To Questions About Mod Sales On Steam

    Update: Valve's Gabe Newell is recently engaged in an "ask me anything" session on reddit responding to questions about Valve and Steam's paid mods initiative. Newell opened the conversations writing, "On Thursday I was flying back from LA. When I landed, I had 3,500 new messages... More
  • Blog Post: Cities: Skylines Mod Introduces A Flyable Helicopter

    Cities: Skylines' mod support has seen thousands of pieces of content created for the game, and soon that will include a helicopter for players to fly around their cities. The upcoming CityCopter mod, the work of Reddit user InconsolableCellist, will eventually allow players to plop down a building... More
  • Blog Post: New Gravity-Defying Half-Life 2 Mod Out After 2 Years In Development

    Half-Life fans have had to learn to be patient, since Valve doesn't seem to be in a rush to revisit Half-Life any time soon. Fortunately, modders have unofficially kept the franchise alive. A new mod called Transmissions: Element 120 was recently released, showing what a single developer can do with... More
  • Blog Post: Baymax Enters The Ring In Big Hero 6 Street Fighter V Mod

    Disney’s Big Hero 6 was one of the best animated films of last year – it even won an Oscar, so don’t argue with us. But super heroes have to show off their skills by battling other super powered beings, and this Street Fighter V mod puts both Baymax and GoGo Tomago into the game. Check... More
  • Blog Post: InstaDoom Mod Finally Brings Selfies And Photo Filters To Doom

    A Doom modder going by the name Linguica has implemented arguably the only thing Doom fans have felt was missing from the game – Instagram filters and a selfie stick. You can find out more about the mod (and download it) by heading here . The implementation of the filters is actually quite impressive... More
  • Blog Post: Fan Made Portal 2 Mod Looks Good Enough To Be From Valve

    Playing the mod might offer a different conclusion, but in trailer form at least, Portal Stories: Mel looks like it could have come straight from Valve. You can check out the trailer below (which is available in 60FPS if you're on a Chrome browser). The mod, which will be free, tells the story of... More
  • Blog Post: Play This Fan-Made Silent Hill Tribute While You Wait For Silent Hills

    Konami's Silent Hill series has served as inspiration for several films and countless nightmares. It's also driven some dedicated fans to create their own game set in the series' oppressive world. Alchemilla may not have monsters or an inventory system, but the Source-made project absolutely... More
  • Blog Post: Are You Tough Enough For Dark Souls II In First-Person?

    From Software has made its name over the past few years delivering grueling (but fair) action titles. Its latest offering, Dark Souls II ( our review ) has garnered a large fan base that delights in the game’s challenge. Things are about to get a bit more difficult, though. YouTube user “Benzoin... More
  • Blog Post: Gone Home House Becomes A Multiplayer Map In Counter-Strike Mod

    A Counter-Strike modder going by the name Nipper on Steam Workshop has recreated the Gone Home's familiar house for use with Valve's shooter. You can find the map here , and it looks to be (without actually playing the mod) complete. Above you can see the TV room where you learned of the family's... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim Mod Brings First-Person MediEvil Game To Life

    MediEvil: Hero of Gallowmere is a Skyrim mod that recreates the first four levels from the 1998 PlayStation title, MediEvil. You can check out a trailer for the mod (which is still in development) below, with Sir Daniel Fortesque taking out some enemies from the first-person perspective and doing a little... More
  • Blog Post: Niko Gives In To The Selfie Impulse With This GTA IV Mod

    Grand Theft Auto IV took the gaming community by storm when it came out in 2008. Six years later there are likely fewer players cruising through Liberty City, but maybe this mod will give fans reason to jump back in on PC. As you can see in the video, Niko can take selfies anytime and anywhere. He even... More
  • Blog Post: Spelunky SD Mod Adds Two Player Co-Op To Spelunky Classic

    Spelunky Classic, the first iteration of the popular Indie title, is now getting two player local co-op, courtesy of new mod Spelunky SD. The mod was made publicly available for free on July 4 and also makes a number of fixes and changes to the original game. Spelunky SD was developed by yellowafterlife... More
  • Blog Post: Fan Made Mod Makes Spelunky Look Like Metroid

    A fan of both Metroid and Spelunky recently decided to overlap the two in order to create an impressive mod. The core gameplay of Spelunky is unaltered with the mod, but with it, it's pretty easy to trick yourself into thinking you're playing a new Metroid game. It takes sprites, music, and backgrounds... More
  • Blog Post: Blizzard Opens Up Its Arcade And Editing Tools To Everyone For Free

    The latest StarCraft II update, patch version 2.1, opens up Blizzard's modding and development community in a grandiose way. According to Blizzard, "Patch 2.1 will help open up the StarCraft II community to a broader set of players, offering a plethora of playable Arcade games the community... More
  • Blog Post: Development Video Looks Behind The Scenes Of Elder Scrolls Mod Skywind

    A group of more than 70 modders is working on a mod that updates The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind using the Skyrim engine . A new video from the group showcases the mod in action, and details just how much work went into the project. You can check out the video below, which details how the team wants... More
  • Blog Post: New Accessory Allows Keyboard & Mouse, 360 Controller Use On Xbox One

    CronusMax, a new accessory, will let you use a keyboard and mouse or an Xbox 360 controller with the Xbox One. If you're particularly daring, it will even let you use Sony controllers. According to Eurogamer, the CronusMax opens up the Xbox One to use of the DualShock 3, DualShock 4, Wii Pro Controller... More
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