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  • Mod Alert: Red Orchestra 2 now includes SDK

    In a lovely hat-tip to its Unreal Tournament origins, Tripwire Interactive has unveiled the software development kit for Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad.

  • Skyrim mod brings online play to the PC

    GameFront is reporting on a new in-development mod for the PC that would bring cooperative and online play to Skyrim. The mod will reportedly allow players to quest together, trade items, and chat with other players worldwide. There’s no word yet on exactly how it works since the mod is still in production, however a […]

  • Deus Ex: Human Revolution mod pulls the gold filter, makes the game look better

    Deus Ex: Human Revolution’s black-and-gold colour scheme was a very deliberate design decision on the part of the team at Eidos Montreal – but fans have already modified it out of the PC version of the hit title.

  • Modders release fixes for Dead Island on Steam

    Modders have started releasing fixes and tweaks to Dead Island on PC. The list is rather large, but among some of the fixed listed on the Steam forum are: change field of view, the ability to disable motion blur, weapons blur, bloom, dust, and desaturate, and many other modifications and the ability to vsync which […]

  • Red Orchestra 2 to continue free DLC and mod tools tradition

    Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad will keep players interested with mods, unlockables, free DLC, and maybe even expansions.

  • Minecraft mod lets you think with Portals

    This is no simple mod – this is Extreme PortalCraft, a new map for Minecraft featuring – you guessed it – a bunch of Portals.

  • Wednesday Shorts: Dog fighting, DDO, Madden, God Hand, Angry Birds, Romero, sales

    While a lot of folks feel they’ve been kicked in the neck over this PSN business and have seen loads of reports on the situation, other stuff happened in the world of games as well. Below, you will find that other stuff.

  • Video released of user-created StarCraft MMO made using mod tools

    A StarCraft fan group called CreationArtist25 have created a a pre-alpha version of what the group is calling World of StarCraft. It’s basically an MMO of StarCraft II which was built using the game’s mod tools.

  • Modders' clamour sees Morrowind 2011 pulled

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  • Morhaime: SCII users have created over 65K maps and mods for the game

    Getting bored with StarCraft II yet? Of course you’re not, but if you’re in the mood for a bit of a switcheroo, you may want to check out the 65,000 user created maps and mods for the game.

  • Blizzard confirms Diablo III beta

    Blizzard’s confirmed at Blizzcon there will be a beta for Diablo III.

  • PSA: Mods tools for Civilization V released on Steam

    Those interested in mods and play Civilization V can get get tools for the Firaxis Games-developed game now via Steam.

  • Half-Life 2 Black Mesa mod will not be released in 2009

    The Black Mesa mod for Half-Life 2 will not make it’s projected 2009 release, according to a post on the mod’s official forums. “Unfortunately, to our great disappointment, Black Mesa will not make a 2009 release,” wrote the mod’s project lead. “Cynics may now rejoice, bets may be collected, and I think a mod team […]

  • Left 4 Dead 2 SDK could support custom character models

    When the Left 4 Dead 2 SDK’s finally released, it looks as if it will support custom models. According to L4DMods, users will have the ability to create survivors, common and special infected, weapons and edited weapon functionality unique to campaigns maps. Sounds rather neat, actually. Head on through the link to read up on […]

  • Steam plays host to mods, beginning this week

    The modding community may not be quite as prolific as it once was, but maybe it just needs a little push. Or at least, that seems to be what the little voices in Valve’s head are saying, with the game developer-turned-storefront-owner’s plan to stock a portion of Steam’s unlimited virtual shelf space with a few […]

  • Grant given to discover why US WoW players mod more heavily than Chinese

    According to this OCRegister story, the National Science Foundation has given UC Irvine $100,000 to investigate why Americans go to greater lengths than the Chinese to mod WoW. About 5 million Chinese play the MMO, twice the number of American players, yet US subscribers produce far more modifications. “We are examining the many reasons for […]

  • Mod of the Year winners announced

    Here. We were going to post this yesterday, but we couldn’t work out where the list of winners was, so we didn’t. We decided to let you try for yourself. Have fun.

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