Grand Theft Auto V is no stranger to the modding community. In fact, there are more mods out there that you can count on your hands and toes, but there are only a few of them that really stand out. One of those is the Natural Vision mod, and it really made GTA V look amazing. Now, Razed, the developers behind that mod have released a trailer for Natural Vision Evolved, and it takes the game about as close to Photorealism as you could really expect.
The trailer that you see above is one of the best mod trailers we’ve seen for GTA V, and it confirms just how much of an overhaul Evolve represents over the original Natural Vision mod. Razed isn’t the only person behind the mod, though, as other modders did lend some assistance here and there. Be that as it may, Evolved is a huge leap forward for GTA V graphics mods.
Once you install the mod, you’ll notice that the game...
M&B: Bannerlord was defintely worth the wait, but isn't that initial tutorial a real pain in the ass? Don’t get me wrong, a tutorial is always welcomed, and quests will be a vital part of any game, but there comes a moment where you want to jump right into the fight with no tutorials and limitations. Fortunately, there's a mod for that, and it's called "Just Let Me Play."
As the names describe, “ Just let me Play” will eliminate the tutorials and most of the quests that will allows you to roam around the world and create their story with no help from the game. The game is excellent, definitely worth the wait, but after you tried out the first time, you want to try another approach, where you will need to focus on rebuilding your clan and, after a while, building your Kingdom.
The two remaining quests are the ones to rebuild your clan and to create your Kingdom....
If feels like game moders work so fast that game developers have to get jealous, and that's why we're here today. If you want to make Resident Evil 3 more creepy, you can try this new Animal Crossing mod.
The mod is called Animal Crossing: New Horizons. You’ve heard of Animal Crossing, especially in the last few days, as some publications flooded their feed with news about it. This mod will add familiar masks to the main characters, Jill Valentine and Isabelle. Apparently, people will enjoy playing with something more “cute” in a horror game.
The creator of the mod, who goes by the name “Crazy Potato,” described the mod in just one short sentence: “Jill is a fan.” Now, I will not look into the lore and search if that’s true cause I am afraid of what else I might find, but I know for sure that this mod brings a lot of visual fun and some good laughs. If...
It’s always surprising how modders can change a game in such a drastic way. The Jurrasic Life mod for Half-Life 2 is nothing new, but the fact that it now has an ending is. Jurassic Life is a Half-Life 2 mod that brings the half-life world into famous Jurassic Park franchise, with all the surroundings, locations, and most important, the dinosaurs.
There is no way they could add all the dinosaurs, but we have to work with what we have. The equipment is also changed, just like in the movies, and there is a large variety of guns, but the most important is the machete, isn’t it? The mod will put us on the role of a warden, Robert Muldoon, and we must capture the escaped dinosaurs. As the video shows, we will be able to use the new “leafs” to hide.
You don’t have to take my word for it, here is the mod description that shows how much...
There might still be a few weeks before Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord officially launches, but modders have already created a mod manager. The crazy thing is, Bannerload is only set to launch in Early Access this month. The mod support manager, however, relays on the beta version, which means that a few changes may arrive once the game is released.
To prepare for modding, you'll need to get your hands on Vortex. After you install Vortex, you'll need to get your hands on the Bannerloads Support Extension. Instructions on how to install each can be found on their respective websites.
I can’t wait for the game itself, but sometimes mods can do wonders, and there are a few mods are coming out - the most awaited being Game of Thrones mod. We want the dragons, not the betrayal, anyway. The fun doesn’t end here, with more mods coming out soon, we can only imagine what the modders have in mind for the new...
Fallout 4 was a good game in its own right, as was Silent
Hill. But, what happens when you mix the two? Take a post-nuclear,
post-apocalyptic world in Fallout 4 and blend it with lots of fog, hellish monsters,
and the creepiest sounds you can imagine at the most random times. It’s not
hell, although we can’t imagine hell being much worse. That’s also what makes
the Whispering Hills mod for Fallout 4 so freaking amazing. Well, if you like
Silent Hill, anyway.
The Whispering Hills mod is basically the hellish landscape
I described above, and it’s one where you can be dragged into a world of horror
at any given time. Fallout 4’s Commonwealth will feature 10 different thick fog
effects, and a whole bunch of new surprises that seem to always catch you off-guard.
The usual Fallout 4 background noises have been replaced by much spookier
noises and there’s a full lineup of evil that includes Ghouls, twisted nurses,
Twin-Head Screamers, and even mutant dogs.
Ever since Resident
Evil 2 remastered launched, modders have been taking cracks left and right at MR
X. We’ve seen so many different iterations that we lost track. Now, Resident
Evil 2 and Mr. X is back in the spotlight again thanks to Modder Marcos RC –
the cat that managed to turn MR. X into none other than Pennywise the killer clown.
enough, Pennywise seems to fight right into the game like he was meant to be
there. And, who knows, maybe he was. The smile on his face certainly tells us
that he’s having a good time, that’s for sure. OF course, it’s all fun and
games until he gets close to you and starts swinging. I don’t remember
Pennywise being this tall, do you?
if you’re playing Resident Evil 2 on the PC, you can head on over to Marcos RC’s
Patreon and download the mod for free to check it out for yourself.
If you’re not aware of the mods out there for the 1993 hit, Doom, then we can’t blame you too much. After all, the game is more than 25 years old and with first-person shooters like Call of Duty, Battlefield, and every other modern shooter on the market, it’s hard to forget where it all began. Be that as it may, you might want to dust off that old copy of Doom because there are mods out there that make the game more than beautiful and modern. I’m talking about Doom 4 Remake, and it was released last year. It basically turns old sprite-based items in 3D objects (everything in the game from guns to enemies), and it also brings all-new HD textures with physically-based rendering. In other words, surfaces react with lighting. It doesn’t look like a game made in 1993 anymore, that’s for sure.
Doom 4 Remake has all of the bells and whistles that we’re used to these days. You can even shoot enemy corpses...