Best Batman Mods For PC Games To Celebrate Batman Day 2020

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Best Batman Mods For PC Games To Celebrate Batman Day 2020

Sure, you could play an actual Batman game but wouldn't you rather see a Batman who could join the Brotherhood instead? Batman Day has arrived and instead of the usual "here are the Batman games you should scope out" piece, we decided to dive back into the world of mods since that's been an area of interest lately. 

From the Dark Knight taking over the Wasteland in Fallout to Batman hyut-ing his way through Hyrule in Breath of the Wild, here are our top picks for getting that sweet, sweet justice on. 

Surprisingly enough, Breath of the Wild actually has some pretty awesome mods out there, though most of them are jokes like Shrek taking over as Ganon. Still, today is an appropriate day to celebrate one Legend of Zelda mod in particular, one created by YouTuber 'WilianZilv. 

Why You Should Play The Mass Effect Trilogy (If You Haven't Already)

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Why You Should Play The Mass Effect Trilogy (If You Haven't Already)

With the rampant rumors and leaks pointing to a Mass Effect Trilogy remaster, longtime fans will finally have their chance to play a more optimized Mass Effect experience all this generation's consoles. Being a massive Mass Effect fan myself, I've had more than a few people reach out wondering if the remaster would be a good reason to jump into the franchise for the first time. My answer? Heck-to-the-YES, here's why. 

A little backstory: I've been gaming for over 30 years and enjoy all sorts of genres and tales. From full-fledged single-player narratives to just shooting a few rounds in Battlefield, gaming is my life and I've experienced some amazing adventures out there. That being said, no franchise has made quite the impact on me that the Mass Effect series has and a big part of that is due to the incredible craftsmanship of the story and Commander Shepard's legacy. 

For those that may not know, the Mass Effect trilogy begins with the player becoming Commander Shepard, an N7 operative that joins the Normandy in the year 2183. Aliens, interstellar travel, and turian booty is all around you (kidding on that last part, sorta) but it's not your average space adventure. 

A Vast Future

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A Vast Future

Some games are ambitious, with mechanics and systems we haven’t seen before. Some games are massive, offering expansive and dense worlds ripe for exploration. Some games are complex, delving into mature themes involving violence, authority, and sexuality. And then there’s Cyberpunk 2077, which aims to be all of those things. It is one of the most overwhelming and intricate open-world games we’ve played; after multiple Game Informer editors spent hours charting their own course through the urban sprawl of Night City, everyone had different experiences to share. But it was easy to agree on one thing: This game is enormous in every sense of the word.

Inspired by and rooted in the world of a long-established tabletop role-playing game, Cyberpunk 2077 catapults players into a lurid future. People dramatically modify and augment their bodies as a matter of course, and enter virtual mindscapes to chase fleeting thrills. Megacorps hold vast power, scheming and killing with impunity. And in the underbelly of this bleak dystopia, outlaw edgerunners chart their own paths beyond the reach of the grasping corporations, leveraging underground connections, insane tech implants, and earned street cred to shape their own destinies. You are V – one of these enigmatic cyberpunks – and you’ve got a lot of options in front of you. Read more...

Game Informer's Exclusive Cyberpunk 2077 Cover Story

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Game Informer's Exclusive Cyberpunk 2077 Cover Story

Some games are ambitious, with mechanics and systems we haven’t seen before. Some games are massive, offering expansive and dense worlds ripe for exploration. Some games are complex, delving into mature themes involving violence, authority, and sexuality. And then there’s Cyberpunk 2077, which aims to be all of those things. It is one of the most overwhelming and intricate open-world games we’ve played; after multiple Game Informer editors spent hours charting their own course through the urban sprawl of Night City, everyone had different experiences to share. But it was easy to agree on one thing: This game is enormous in every sense of the word.

Inspired by and rooted in the world of a long-established tabletop role-playing game, Cyberpunk 2077 catapults players into a lurid future. People dramatically modify and augment their bodies as a matter of course, and enter virtual mindscapes to chase fleeting thrills. Megacorps hold vast power, scheming and killing with impunity. And in the underbelly of this bleak dystopia, outlaw edgerunners chart their own paths beyond the reach of the grasping corporations, leveraging underground connections, insane tech implants, and earned street cred to shape their own destinies. You are V – one of these enigmatic cyberpunks – and you’ve got a lot of options in front of you. Read more...

Mod Corner: Dragon Age Invades Skyrim With These BioWare-Inspired Mods

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Mod Corner: Dragon Age Invades Skyrim With These BioWare-Inspired Mods

If you're like me, the wait for Dragon Age 4 is pretty unbearable. We have justice that needs to be seen with a certain egg and taking on Tevinter is mighty enticing. While we still have a nice little wait time before we get a DA4 launch date, we figured these Dragon Age mods for Skyrim might help pass the time. 

Bethesda sure does know how to make moddable games. Both Skyrim and Fallout have arguably the biggest mod libraries out there. With so many, it's easy to find a few Dragon Age-inspired ones that take us back into the world of Thedas while not leaving Tamriel, and here are a few of my personal favorites as a massive PC gamer. 

Fenris is the broody elf that escaped slave life in Tevinter and became a loyal follower of Hawke in Dragon Age 2. Though rough at first, he eventually became one of my favorite elves in the entire Dragon Age franchise, which is why this Fenris Follower mod is a must-have in my book. 

Mod Corner: Dragon Age Invades Skyrim With These BioWare-Inspired Mods

about X hours ago from
Mod Corner: Dragon Age Invades Skyrim With These BioWare-Inspired Mods

If you're like me, the wait for Dragon Age 4 is pretty unbearable. We have justice that needs to be seen with a certain egg and taking on Tevinter is mighty enticing. While we still have a nice little wait time before we get a DA4 launch date, we figured these Dragon Age mods for Skyrim might help pass the time. 

Bethesda sure does know how to make moddable games. Both Skyrim and Fallout have arguably the biggest mod libraries out there. With so many, it's easy to find a few Dragon Age-inspired ones that take us back into the world of Thedas while not leaving Tamriel, and here are a few of my personal favorites as a massive PC gamer. 

Fenris is the broody elf that escaped slave life in Tevinter and became a loyal follower of Hawke in Dragon Age 2. Though rough at first, he eventually became one of my favorite elves in the entire Dragon Age franchise, which is why this Fenris Follower mod is a must-have in my book. 

Fall Guys Big Yeetus Is Already Giving Us Hilarious Content

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Fall Guys Big Yeetus Is Already Giving Us Hilarious Content

TO YEET OR NOT TO YEET, it's not really a question, it's going to happen no matter what. The Big Yeetus is officially here in Fall Guys and this chaotic neutral addition is not only causing mayhem in-game, but is also giving us some hilarious moments from gamers capturing those epic fails. 

Is this news? No. Is it hilarious and we all deserve a good laugh this 2020? Yes. So without further adieu, here are some of the Yeetiest moments that made us smile: 

Big Yeetus failed me #PS4sharehttps://t.co/na2oERmkG4 pic.twitter.com/yOkufRnq6M

Fall Guys Big Yeetus Is Already Giving Us Hilarious Content

about X hours ago from
Fall Guys Big Yeetus Is Already Giving Us Hilarious Content

TO YEET OR NOT TO YEET, it's not really a question, it's going to happen no matter what. The Big Yeetus is officially here in Fall Guys and this chaotic neutral addition is not only causing mayhem in-game, but is also giving us some hilarious moments from gamers capturing those epic fails. 

Is this news? No. Is it hilarious and we all deserve a good laugh this 2020? Yes. So without further adieu, here are some of the Yeetiest moments that made us smile: 

Big Yeetus failed me #PS4sharehttps://t.co/na2oERmkG4 pic.twitter.com/yOkufRnq6M

PlayStation Plus Collection: What Is It And Is It Like Xbox Game Pass?

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PlayStation Plus Collection: What Is It And Is It Like Xbox Game Pass?

Sony recently revealed the PlayStation Plus Collection, an excellent service that brings essential PS4 experiences to the PlayStation 5. While there are many similarities to Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass, there are a few differences to note. While both services offer something different, both are huge wins for gamers, especially going into next gen. 

The Xbox Game Pass, something that Sony previously competed with thanks to its PlayStation Now service, has been seen as a massive success for Microsoft. While that service has been seen as a little more dated, the newly revealed PlayStation Plus Collection offers something very similar to that of the Game Pass, but don't expect it to be a carbon copy. 

So what are the key differences between the two services? One feature that fans love about the Xbox Game Pass is that the service not only includes previously released games, but also day one additions to the library for first-party exclusives. While Microsoft does not have as many first-party exclusives as Sony does at the moment, the company continues to acquire more studios with the goal of a stronger lineup in the future. 

PlayStation Plus Collection: What Is It And Is It Like Xbox Game Pass?

about X hours ago from
PlayStation Plus Collection: What Is It And Is It Like Xbox Game Pass?

Sony recently revealed the PlayStation Plus Collection, an excellent service that brings essential PS4 experiences to the PlayStation 5. While there are many similarities to Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass, there are a few differences to note. While both services offer something different, both are huge wins for gamers, especially going into next gen. 

The Xbox Game Pass, something that Sony previously competed with thanks to its PlayStation Now service, has been seen as a massive success for Microsoft. While that service has been seen as a little more dated, the newly revealed PlayStation Plus Collection offers something very similar to that of the Game Pass, but don't expect it to be a carbon copy. 

So what are the key differences between the two services? One feature that fans love about the Xbox Game Pass is that the service not only includes previously released games, but also day one additions to the library for first-party exclusives. While Microsoft does not have as many first-party exclusives as Sony does at the moment, the company continues to acquire more studios with the goal of a stronger lineup in the future.