I’ve been following Marvel Mods for years and I remember the early days of the site when the mods were very few. Today, it is a hub for hundreds of Marvel Ultimate Alliance mods that don’t just span Marvel, but many other universes as well. We’re talking DC, anime, other video game franchises, etc. The creators have made it to where just about anyone you can think of can is a potential mod for the original Marvel Ultimate Alliance. Case in point, Cloud Strife from Final Fantasy VII, Link from The Legend of Zelda, and Sora from Kingdom Hearts are the mods featured in the video. None of them are Marvel characters or even comic book characters for that matter. Marvel Mods is a huge reason I still play this game. Marvel Ultimate Alliance is one of the best superhero games ever created and I’m glad to see that it still receives as much mod support as it does. Continue Reading
Before I received my kidney transplant a few years ago, I used to savor those times when I would go to a buffet. To see so much food with so many choices was always a delight for me. No matter which food group I focused on, there were multiple attractive items to choose from. Since my transplant, I no longer go to buffets for health reasons. But the more I think about it, the way that I go about gaming can be likened to how I would be at a buffet. In a hilarious but truthful way, gaming to me is like a buffet experience. Continue Reading
As one of my favorite forms of entertainment, I have a huge appreciation for pro wrestling. That being said, I really appreciate its history as well. With the insane amount of wrestlers that can be found on the Steam Workshop for Fire Pro Wrestling World, I wasted no time downloading a lot of classic wrestlers when I first got the game a few years ago. The idea of going back to the 1950s came from watching old clips on YouTube of the above matches. Using Fire Pro Wrestling World and harnassing the power of video editing software, I decided to create my interpretation of a 1950’s style wrestling showcase featuring wrestling greats such as Gorgeous George, Lou Thesz, Bobo Brazil, Rikidozan, Verne Gagne, and Ilio Dipaolo. Continue Reading
I’m not very familiar with the Warhammer universe. The lore, species, and history are all things I’m very ignorant of when it comes to Warhammer. I do know that there are Space Marines, Inquisitors, an Emperor, a bunch of aliens, and the fact that it all takes place in the distant future. Outside of that, I would be very lost in a conversation with a Warhammer enthusiast. On the video game front, I’ve played Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine, Warhammer: Vermitide, and Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War. I have the original Total War: Warhammer sitting in my library as a result of a recent Amazon Prime giveaway but have yet to play it. But the game that I’ve recently played that I believe ascends past them all is Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr. Continue Reading
If you download and install the free Battlefield 2 standalone mod known as Nations At War, you will gain access to hundreds of maps and a gameplay experience like you’ve never experienced in Battlefield 2. You do need your CD key from Battlefield 2 to play the mod. There are maps included in Nations At War that include the ability to not only fight against Xenomorphs and raptors but also give you the ability to play as them. In this video, I went both alien and raptor hunting. There are other cool things to discover in the Nations At War mod so be sure to check it out. Props to the mod team for their excellent work on what I believe is one of Battlefield 2’s best mods. Continue Reading
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