A new Stardew Valley mod removes the player limit for multiplayer, letting you farm with as many people as you want. I’m one step closer to running away with all my friends and living on a farm, provided all my friends are as obsessed with Stardew Valley as I am.
Nexus Mods’ new donation system letting creators at the site get paid for their mods is now live. As Kotaku reported last year, the program awards points (redeemable for cash) to users based on the number of unique downloads they get. Nexus Mods has committed $100,000 for the program’s first year.
Princess Zelda spends most of Breath of the Wild sealed away in Hyrule Castle along with Calamity Ganon but an ongoing mod project is working hard to give her an adventure of her own. The Zelda Conversion project will let players explore the world as Zelda, adding new armor and story tweaks.
Way back in 2009, Blizzard announced that StarCraft II would include a map marketplace with options to buy and sell custom maps. Years later, the StarCraft II team is finally following through.
A buddy of mine, playing The Witcher 3 for the second time, is going nuts with mods this time through. He sent me an email the other day: “Have you seen this mod that turns old-ass Geralt into young Geralt?”. No, I had not.
Hoover1979 is working on a texture pack for Doom (and Doom II) that takes the original game’s blurry surfaces and brings them into the 2K generation.
Third Age, an old mod for Medieval II Total War, remains one of the best mods you can get for any PC strategy game. It’s about to get some competition, though, from Total War: Rise of Mordor, a new mod that’s now got a playable alpha available you can check out.
Geralt’s journey might be over, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t still loose ends to tie up. With Witcher series developer CD Projekt off paving Cyberpunk 2077's neon-lit streets, modders have taken it upon themselves to give The Witcher 3 a fan-made epilogue. Using The Witcher 2.
Kingdom Come’s inconsistent adherence to hardcore survival and historical elements means that while some parts of the game are fine, you may find that others are an unnecessary drag. Luckily, there are already a ton of mods that can help with that.
Half-Nuked is a mod that lets you play through the original Half-Life as Duke Nukem. It’s more than just a graphics trick; you get access to Duke’s weapons, as well as his kicking melee move.
When flight sim IL-2 Sturmovik: Cliffs of Dover was released in 2011, it was...OK. Over the next few years dedicated modders stepped in to make the game great, however, and in recognition of their work the actual studio behind IL-2 has just re-released their work officially.
Crusader Kings 2 is a complicated game about conquering Europe through diplomacy and war. It’s a game where characters not liking you can make it hard to expand, or at worst, start a murder plot. One modder added another wrinkle to this already overstuffed simulation: dick sizes.
GTA mod team JulioNIB have just released this script for Goku that gives you access to all kinds of crazy powers as well, from flight to teleportation.
We’ve seen artificial intelligence learn how to play games like Super Mario World and Mario Kart, but Mario 64 is a whole different animal.
If you have ever wanted to play all of Final Fantasy XII as Reks, the character who dies in the opening tutorial, you’re now in luck, thanks to the power of PC modding.
In The Sims 4, you can become an astronaut, make friends with ghosts or turn into a vampire. One thing you can’t do is smoke weed, which is why one player has spent months working on a mod to bring that and other drugs to the game. He’s earning thousands of dollars in donations for his work.
This Battlefront II mod by FruitByTheFett takes a few random pieces of Star Wars kit—a Boba Fett backpack here, some Stormtrooper armour there—and builds a Space Ranger costume for Han Solo out of it.
It’s the question that’s been asked by fan fiction since the dawn of time: who would win in a fight between Goku and Sonic The Hedgehog? And, more importantly, what would happen if all the purple parts of Frieza were Nic Cage’s face?
Under ideal conditions, BioShock Infinite’s speedrun should be a short rush full of shotgun blasts and level skips. Instead, it’s often a dice roll to see if runners get an item that saves them time. Fed up with random chance ruining their attempts, speedrunners have agreed on a solution to remove the problem: cheat.
Hairy arms and all.