Dec 19, 2007
One 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.
Half-Life 2: Source mods
If The Orange Box was your first introduction to Half-Life 2 and Steam, then you’re in for a real treat, because you can enjoy high quality mods long after you’ve grown tired of Portal, Episode 2, and Team Fortress 2, making The Orange Box an even greater bargain.
This is the most buggy mod we’ve ever played (but in a good way). Insect Infestation is a team-based multiplayer mod with ants and termites instead of the usual space marines and aliens. The goal is to kill the other team’s queen. If you’re up for some gun free killing sprees, hit up the link below.
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This ambitious multiplayer mod injects Half-Life 2 with a ton of Goku goodness. Expect to see the main characters from the beginning of the series like young Gohan, Vegeta, and Piccolo. However, the team working on this mod plans to eventually add characters from the rest of the epic anime/manga series. If all goes well, you’ll eventually be able to play characters from the Namek, Android, Cell Games, and Buu chapters as well. A new update is scheduled to release on Dec 22, 2007. In the meantime, hit up the link below and join the fun.
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