Dec 19, 2007One of the best things about gaming on the PC is that mods can breathe new life you’re your older titles. Unfortunately, weeding out the good ones from the half-assed incomplete productions takes a ton of time. Luckily, we’ve picked out some of our favorite add-ons, conversions, and fan-made tweaks that will make your old games seem brand new. So dust off your library and read on for the best mods made by gamers for gamers. Just do us a small favor and don’t click on the Naked tab if you’re under 18.
Above: You can expect to be bombarded with the usual online trash talk. But who cares? It's GoldenEye
The developers of this mod are on a mission to recreate GoldenEye 007 on the Nintendo 64, the game they call “the first best multiplayer first-person shooter ever made.” But don’t expect GoldenEye: Source to be exactly the same as its N64 predecessor with Half-Life 2 graphics. The development team also wants to add everything they can to make GoldenEye: Source more fun without losing what made the original so great. The mod isn’t finished, but you can test drive the beta for some new school nostalgia by clicking the link below.
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Below: You can check out some gameplay footage from the beta
Zombie Panic for Half-Life 1
This multiplayer mod puts an interesting twist on team deathmatch. It starts off with one zombie vs. the rest of the human survivors on the server. Every time a zombie manages to take down one of the survivors, that person becomes one of the living dead. You can only play Zombie Panic with the original Half-Life at this time, and it’s pretty tough to find a server with enough players to get a good game going. But the Zombie Panic team is hard at work on Zombie Panic: Source for Half-Life 2 and we expect the servers to fill back up again once they release the first playable version.
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