Fallout 4 is wonderful. It's an immense, irresistible RPG that can also be used to make trailers for Rogue One (opens in new tab) or The Walking Dead (opens in new tab). The vanilla console game is incredible (opens in new tab), but it gets better/weirder on PC.
As every right-minded person knows, there's very little in life that can't be improved by the addition of massive cats, Deadpool or John Cena's entrance music. Thankfully, the PC version lets you do all these things and more. That's why, in the name of science and breaking computers, eccentric mod wizard Ben Griffin (opens in new tab) has downloaded a host of wild, conflicting Fallout 4 mods, just to see what happens when you run them all at once. Check out the video below, and say a prayer for his poor, bewildered machine.
Ben used a website called Nexus Mods (opens in new tab) to make this. It currently features 8, 219 player-created models, gameplay tweaks, and graphical overhauls, and that’s just for Fallout 4. In total there are 36,198 files across 245 games. Nexus Mods is like the Library of Alexandria, and, if you install and run everything at once, your PC is just as likely to burn down.