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Brutal Doom’s Hell on Earth Expansion

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Brutal Doom Hell on Earth Expansion

Now Available to Download for Free 😉

Hell on Earth is an expansion to the bloody popular Doom mod, adding new levels set in Hell, Mars and Los Angeles, and a bunch of set pieces throwing in tanks, jets and a tonne of UAC Space Marines.

Over on the Mod DB Site you can grab a “unzip and play” pack that allows you to do just that, without any editing. The Hell on Earth wad is pretty easy to install, you just chuck it into the directory with Brutal Doom and select it from the wad manager when it’s time to play. The added levels provide 32 new locations to visit and the added expansion clocks in at 177MB. You can see what the latest version looks like in action, taken from Sgt Mark IV’s YouTube channel where he makes it an annual tradition to play Brutal Doom online for the New Year’s celebration.

For the most part people are loving the new version of Brutal Doom and all of the added features that come along with it. The reloading, the new melee attacks, the added gore, the upgraded weapons and the new level designs.

An unzip and play pack containing Brutal Doom v20b, GZDoom ready to be played, FreeDoom and the Hell on Earth Starter Pack: Containing 32 new levels specifically designed for Brutal Doom. Just unzip and play, you don’t need to edit anything. If you are going to set up a server with this, Do Not Load this with Doom 1, Ultimate Doom, or Freedoom Phase 1, You Need Either Doom 2, Final Doom, or Freedoom Phase 2.
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Deus Ex: Revision

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Deus Ex Revision

Free Overhaul of the 2000 Classic 😎

Deus Ex: Revision, a complete mod and overhaul of the 2000 classic, is now available as a free download, Caustic Creative has announced.

Players that are fan’s like myself may wanna checkout the Classic Deus Ex Revision. Deus Ex: Game of the Year Edition is available on Steam and Good Old Games. Download and install the game and it should be immediately playable but next, we’ll be downloading something else, Revision Goodie Bag make it much better.

The mod which is designed to function with the Steam version of Deus Ex features new environments, new music, and new world-building detail. Also thrown in are fanbase mods including Direct3D 9 rendering, high-resolution textures, high-detail 3D models, and alternative gameplay modes.
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Witcher 3 Wild Hunt Mod

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The Witcher 3 While Hunt Graphical Mods Why? o_O

Trying to bring graphics to their E3 2013 levels, lets see how could that be, Consoles!

Couldn’t believe what I was hearing from IGN Daily Fix, the consoles are a big thing without them we would’ve have gone ahead with the game serious, let me type this out, What The Fuck! You have to be kidding me right, the only game I was excited for was once again down graded in favor of those consoles.

Never have I felt so upset, even more thinking about purchasing the collectors edition, just to say that it was the last Retail game I ever purchase before finally going digital. Been financial in the hole stopped me from purchasing the game. I would’ve easily per-order it if the opportunity was there, look at Collectors Edition for someone willing to go digital and it been a Triple-AAA title it would’ve been extremely nice to say it was the last one. Time will tell but has of now the upset has become disappointment.

Can’t really complain on the plus side it has over 300 hours of gameplay, along with Six pieces of DLC content coming out of the following months, so again I think it would be worth it with all the content it has to offer and the late nights your going to stay up enjoying them. CD Projekt RED has issued a New Patch for the PC version recently for the game improving the performance the community has been reporting, so the game from here on out will only get better in time, just hope that the patches don’t become to big.
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Half-Life 2: Update mod coming to Steam

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Half-Life 2: Update Mod

Community Fan-made Mod ❤

What a Perfect time to revisit the Half-Life 2 Universe

A new mod for Half-Life 2, titled Half-Life 2: Update aims to improve on the original game released by Valve in 2004, is heading over to Steam. The Valve approved fan-made effort does what you would expect, it updates Half-Life 2, bringing better lighting, effects, textures and some bug fixes to the classic shooter.

This will be the final, finished version of Half-Life 2: Update which has been available outside of the Steam store for some time now. The project has been in the works since 2009, so this release has been on the way for quite some time. The mod’s original version added high dynamic lighting to the game but the group working on the project expanded and made improvements to all graphical features.
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Phoney’s 2014 Annual Report Review

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WordPress Annual Report

Phoney’s New Attitude Get’s a Annual Report 😉

Nope it’s not a Annual Report on the Attitude and if that was even the case, this blog would be on top!

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for Phoney’s blog. WordPress prepared and emailed a 2014 in Blogging Annual Report for many bloggers. Annual Reports weren’t sent automatically to all users. You had to publish at least one post for the year and get over five-hundred views in 2014 in order to generate a report. Even though I didn’t know about the WordPress’s Annual Report it’s still going to get a post along with the yearly rundown for the future hardware and blog projects to come for 2015.

I’m going to start off with the blog post’s followed by the future gear and projects. Trying to fine a place in the blogging community can be more complicated then you think, there are many great writes with a lot of experience and most of them have thousands of followers. How do you compete with such writers that have so many followers and keep up with demand by writing articles to feel those readers.
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Portal 2 Campaign Mod

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Portal Stories: Mel Mod

A Community Made Mod for Portal 2 ❤

The Campaign features 20 Puzzle and Exploration areas, with custom Dialogue for New Characters and some

Portal One’s Campaign turned out to be really enjoying yet extremely shot. I remember playing some game while the younger bother Yoshitoki Kago was playing Portal and telling him to just keep jumping through the portals to get a achievement. When playing through the campaign though, I found myself stuck on a few levels that couldn’t be figured out until I did some searching.

Portal Two’s Campaign on the other hand turned out to be even more fun then the first and while it felted better then the first campaign, there was more fun in playing the cooperative mode with Yoshitoki Kago. We finished the cooperative mode last year or the one before that can’t really remember to be honest. If your interested in such nonsense though, watch us play the full cooperative mode on Yoshitoki Kago Youtube Channel high-fiving and scratching are heads on how to proceed to the next level.
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Classic Deus Ex Revision Mod Guide

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Classic Deus Ex Revision Mod Guide
Classic Deus Ex Revision Mod Guide

Flicking through the games news today and found a followup to the classic Deus Ex game from PC Gamer and the Revision Mod, but this time they put together a nice little guide that makes the classic game look and play even better then it did before. Now if I can only get time to try out this awesome mod that overalls the textures plus more. Getting the mod, is easy as clicking the below link and following their Guide.

Here’s the intro to the first part of the Guide with a Quote:

It’s one of the best RPGs ever made. It’s one of the best games ever made, period. Deus Ex needs little introduction since 2000, Ion Storm’s first-person shooter/RPG has been the benchmark for open-ended game design. There’s always a secret vent to crawl through, or a door to hack, or an NPC to persuade. Deus Ex’s popularity endures to this day, and modders are still working to make the game look better every year. We decided to pay ol’ JC Denton a visit on modern Windows and snap 33 5K screenshots. Here are the tools you can use to do the same.
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