Nintendo’s impractical Power Glove has been the epitome of cool controllers for over 25 years, but an engineer has made the peripheral practical by hacking it to control drones! To use a quote to sum up my opinions - “it’s so bad…”Read More
When PC gamers warmly welcomed Grand Theft Auto V on April 14th, the modding community exploded. With all kinds of unique mods from the convenient life-savers to the hilariously insane, I've decided to countdown my top five favourites of the hundreds of options.Read More
Did you ever feel that the 1993 classic DOOM was missing something? One member of fansite Doomworld thought so, introducing a selfie stick complete with Instagram filters to the game...because of course that's what you thought it needed!Read More
Every felt like your experience with Skyrim felt lacking without the presence of Thomas the Tank Engine? Well your prayers have been answered, as Pastaspace's mod turns every dragon into the cheeky little engine. It's a rather surreal experience!Read More
Combine Toy Story with Grand Theft Auto, and you get a killing blow to the childhood. That is exactly what an online user has done, creating a character mod that puts Woody & Buzz Lightyear into Liberty City. It's every bit as creepy as you think.
Nico Bellic never wanted to get pulled back into a life of crime. Unfortunately, when Grand Theft Auto 4 modder 'H1Vtg3' provided a working replica of Tony Stark’s legendary get-up, the temptation was too much to bear.
Bethesda’s Skyrim, released just last year, is far from a bad-looking game any which way you look at it, but even so the standard version of the game can not come anywhere close to the kind of visual fidelity arising from installing some of the more graphically-intense mods around. Taking it one step further, a gamer going by the name of ‘Unreal’ has posted some of the most absurdly-detailed, gloriously picturesque screenshots we’ve ever seen of the game, the result of hand-picking over 100 different mods from a list of over 800 he has installed on his PC rig.
Okay, so this isn't quite an accurate replica of Valve's esteemed gravity gun, or a meaningful bid towards reaching a real-life equivalent to it, but even so it serves well as a hardware love letter of sorts to the company – an amalgamation of inventions from Portal and the seminal Half-Life, all in one pretty neat package.Read More
To celebrate the release of Bethesda's new Skyrim Creation Kit, Valve have created a small mod which drops the Space Core from Portal 2 into the fantasy world of Dragon slaying and the taking of arrows to one's knee. It goes without saying, we love both Portal 2 and Skyrim; but at no point have we ever comprehended the Earth-shaking combination of the two.Read More
Video game-esque combat simulations are nothing new in military training; but the MoD's war games have been turned down by recent trainees due to them not being realistic enough.
Turns out that compared to the visual quality of your standard war FPS games like Call of Duty have one-upped what was being used to train the fresh recruitsat the Ministry of Defence. With this in mind, significant upgrades have been made to its simulations, in order to bring them up to par with the aforementioned console titles.