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CableMod ModFlex Cables

For some while now CableMod has been happy to provide a kit of cables for your modular power supply. They cover specific models of BeQuiet!, Corsair, EVGA and SeaSonic at a cost about £70 with the idea is that you bin your dull black cables for a braided set in …

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Half-Life 2: Update mod coming to Steam

A new mod for Half-Life 2, titled ‘Half-Life 2: Update’, is heading over to Steam tomorrow. 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 …

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Would you spend £70 on PSU cables?

Making your PC look pretty isn’t something that everyone takes seriously. For a lot of people, it’s just a machine to do a job, whether that’s gaming, working or watching different media online, but for some it’s a way to show their creativity. Some of our readers have posted simply …

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CCP shuts down Vampire: The Masquerade fan remake project

Project Vaulderie, a fan remake of Vampire: The Masquerade, has been shut down by CCP Games, the developers behind Eve Online. According to the group behind the fan development project, they were served with a Cease and Desist letter, essentially shutting down development of the remake. The aim of Project …

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Mount and Blade Warband to get Viking expansion

Turkish developer Taleworlds has been beavering away on Mount and Blade II: Bannerlord, for several years now, with only very infrequent teases of screenshots or engine features to keep the masses happy. It’s fortunate then that its previous game, Warband, is still so playable thanks to the hundreds of mods …

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You can now buy the PS4 and Xbox One in laptop form

Consoles aren’t the most portable things in the world but Ed Zarick looks to be changing that by showing off and selling the PlayBook 4 and Xbook One- laptop versions of Sony and Microsoft’s latest consoles. However, you’ll need to have a wedge of disposable income in order to afford …

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3DS mod adds GameCube controller support

A modder has managed to get the GameCube controller working with the 3DS handheld for use with the upcoming Super Smash Bros game. The GameCube pad appears to be a favorite amongst Smash Bros fans and Nintendo is capitalizing on that by releasing a Wii U adapter for the controller, …

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Mod brings PC master race to Civilization V

You can now play as the ‘glorious PC master race’ in Civilization V, with unique buildings, units and abilities. As you would expect, Lord Gabe Newell of the Master Race will be your leader, the mod creator, Monk Preston, has admitted that this race is over powered and due to …

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Defense of the Legends puts LoL in DotA 2

It was bound to happen eventually, just like the cease and desist notice that will follow its popularisation, but Defense of the Legends is a new modification being worked on for Valve’s DotA 2 and it changes the game quite dramatically, with the eventual intention of making it so you …

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Grim Fandango mod adds mouse support

Grim Fandango is one of the best remembered adventure titles of yesteryear, making it criminal that it’s yet to appear on a site like GoG.com. However, at least if you do manage to get yourself a disc copy, or find a dubiously legal copy on some file sharing site, you’ll …

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YOYOTech claims there is a resurgence for gaming PCs

Invited down to a glamorous hotel in central London by YOYOTech to see ‘The Resurgence of PC Gaming’, KitGuru was intrigued. The Centerprise performance PC brand was certainly acting confident, but in the face of recent IDC and Gartner reports, was that confidence mis-placed?  Ignoring the wine and nibbles, we …

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Someone needs to build this KitGuru PC

Oi, PC modders, you’re slacking man. Seriously. I know you’ve made some pretty sweet looking rigs over the years, but I guarantee you’ve never made something as Kitguru-ified as this one. Granted this was probably a bit cheaper than most and it can’t play any of the latest games – …

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Skyrim mod maker lands job at Bungie

Skyrim’s main game was impressive when it was released, sure, but it will perhaps be better remembered for its sheer number of mods, conversions, tweaks and content packs. Now it’s that latter category of work that has landed Alexander J. Velicky a job at Bungie, a year after he released the …

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UK military may hire hackers for digital army

Just last month we reported on how the British military was set to invest as much as £500 million into a new digital strike force, that would recruit security professionals and graduates to a scheme that would not only be set to defend the UK’s online interests, but be able …

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UK is building a hacking army

Finally, the future is here. The UK is set to recruit a new generation of cyber soldiers, digital warriors and hacking heroes, in an effort to counter current and future security problems in the digital sphere of combat. No longer will the British isles lag behind countries like the US …

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Project Reality will become a standalone title

Project Reality, a mod that took eight years of hard labour on various game engines to create, is now set to grow from a simple mod to a whole standalone title focusing on realism, immersion and teamwork. All too often those types of shooters end up being tactless affairs with …

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Modder makes SimCity playable offline

SimCity

SimCity has been causing problems for gamers since release. Whether it’s the always-on DRM, the restrictive city sizes, the god awful AI, or the fact that for days players weren’t even able to connect to the main servers. Some of these issues have been fixed, but you can still only …

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