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Here's How To Enable The 64-Bit, Direct3D 11 Version Of Dota 2

Dota 2 is now running on Valve’s shiny new Source 2 engine and although the response has been mixed, it should result in a faster, more feature-packed base for the developer to build on. If you’re willing to brave possible instability, you can get a taste of future improvements right now.

Heroes Of The Storm And Team Fortress Look Nice Together

For some reason, this screenshot makes me imagine Zeratul saying: “You call that a knife? This is a knife!” That also means I have to give Zeratul a strong Australian accent, which I want to call Protaustralian and make StarCraft canon.

Mod Turns Dota 2 Into A Third-Person Shooter

You know, I might actually play Dota 2 if it became a third-person shooter.

Ragdoll Physics: Better With Kinect

Ragdolls are fun on their own, but watching Criken2’s friend mess around in Garry’s Mod using a Kinect looks like a blast. Something about knowing the ragdoll is acting a certain way because there’s an actual person doing the same thing on the other end, I think. It’s extra playful.

The Kinect Finally Has A Proper Use: Funny Half-Life Videos

Garry’s Mod has added support for Kinect. The popular PC machinima/screwing around tool will be able to read your movements on Microsoft’s camera and, to the best of its ability, recreate the actions in the game.

You Can Play Black Mesa Right Now

The mega-ambitious, long-in-development Half-Life remake/tribute Black Mesa is finished, and you can downlaod it from Gamefront right now and give it a whirl.

How Dota 2 Exposes The Shortcomings Of The Video Game Industry

There’s no question that Defense Of The Ancients (Dota) is big. It’s a big deal. It’s also an immensely complicated game that has evolved over years of intense play, modding and sprawling evolution. It’s not very much like any other game out there. And for that reason, it could be argued that Dota 2 lays bare just how unimaginative most video games these days are.

Hey Look, It's The First Level Of System Shock 2 In Valve's Source Engine

Before you get all super excited about “OMG System Shock 2 remake,” well… this isn’t one. What it is is a fun way to imagine what one of the greatest games of all time would look like with a more current engine.

This Source Mod Brings Team Fortress 2 And Zelda Together!

Team Fortress 2. The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. When their powers combine you get this – a pixel perfect remake of ClockTown in Source.

For The Love Of Modding And Free Things

Now that Team Fortress 2 is free, you no longer have to purchase a game to get the Source Software Development Kit – it too, is free. Happy modding! [Rock Paper Shotgun]

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