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  • added 5 days ago

    Staff picks - 30 Nov 2016

    posted by BlindJudge Feature


    We're back again with another "Staff Picks", the regular feature where we will spotlight some of the amazing work that can be found on Nexus Mods. These mods may be old or new, popular or unknown, serious or silly - anything goes!

    Just remember that there are other mods on the site that may do roughly the same thing, so keep your eyes peeled and understand that these are just our own personal picks. That said, hopefully you'll find something you may not have seen before and who knows, maybe we'll even learn a little about each other along the way. ;)

    We'd love to hear some of your mod picks, it' ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 7 days ago

    The Sunday discussion - Duncan Harris, screenshot artist and owner of DeadEn...

    posted by BlindJudge Feature


    Here on Nexus Mods we have a very vibrant, busy and incredibly talented screen-capture community. I'm going to be spending time getting to know our artists and introduce them into this series to showcase some of their work, find out what makes them tick, what tools they use and if they have any tips for others.

    Though to begin, I reached out to someone outside the community who I also hold in very high regard, the very humble and often elusive professional screen-capture artist Duncan Harris from ‘Dead End Thrills’.

    His specialty is capturing beautiful images for not only his personal sati ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 2 weeks ago

    Staff picks - 23 Nov 2016

    posted by BlindJudge Feature


    We're back again with another "Staff Picks", the regular feature where we spotlight some of the amazing work that can be found on Nexus Mods. These mods may be old or new, popular or unknown, serious or silly - anything goes!

    Just remember that other mods on the site may do roughly the same thing, so keep your eyes peeled and understand that these are just our personal picks. That said, hopefully you'll find something you may not have seen before and who knows, maybe we'll even learn a little more about each other along the way. ;)


    BlindJudge

    Game: Far Cry 4
    Mod: Far Cry 4 Open World Mod v1.10
    Aut ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 2 weeks ago

    The Sunday discussion - Cavou - Author of the Texture Improvement Project fo...

    posted by BlindJudge Feature


    This week we move to the critically acclaimed Dark Souls series and chat to a young modder who goes by the name Cavou. Fed up with the tiling of the textures in the vanilla game, he set out to replace each offending texture to give a more immersive experience.


    Hey Cavou, thanks for chatting to me today, it’s most appreciated. Jumping straight in, would you mind telling us a little bit about yourself?


    I’m currently 21 years old, though I was 19 at the time of making The Texture Improvement Project. I got into modding when I got my first decent PC back when I was 12. I’ve lived in British C ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 2 weeks ago

    A few staff picks

    posted by BlindJudge Feature


    Welcome to the new "Staff Picks", a new regular feature where we will spotlight some of the amazing work found on Nexus Mods. These mods may be old or new, popular or unknown, serious or silly... anything goes! Hopefully you'll find something you may not have seen before, and who knows, maybe we'll even learn a little about ourselves along the way. ;)

    BlindJudge’s pick:

    Game: Dying Light
    Mod: Timepiece
    Author: Impus

    I’ve always been into the whole ‘Zombie’ genre, right from the original Dawn of the Dead movie, so was beside myself when I saw the first trailers for the game Dying Light - I m ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 3 weeks ago

    The Sunday Discussion - Druid Gameworks, developers of Witanlore: Dreamtime

    posted by BlindJudge Feature
    A team of like-minded modders, coders and creative individuals, an idea, and a strong desire to deliver a story they are passionate about to the gaming world. Oh, and of course, humanoid bears with swords, shields, and mystical totems!



    Witanlore: Dreamtime isn’t just a game; it's a love affair. Following two failed Kickstarter attempts for their game “Unwritten: Echoes of Twilight,” the Druid Gameworlds team scaled back their idea to concentrate on just one race - the Ursines. Now, following a successful Kickstarter campaign, lots of time, effort and dedication, the team is ready to relea ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 3 weeks ago

    My journey into modding

    posted by BlindJudge Feature


    As hard as it may be to fathom, before I began working for Nexus Mods, I had never really tried to "mod" anything. I mean, the only form of "modding" I had ever done in my life was add a spoiler to my first car back in 1996; put a window into the side of my first, self-built computer; and maybe change a console game with one of the cheat cartridges that were available at the time. Modding just seemed irrelevant to me, like an unnecessary hassle; I already liked the game so why on earth would I go tinkering with it? I mean, I’d probably make it unstable, or surely it would BSOD, right? It was ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 4 weeks ago

    The Sunday discussion - Chesko

    posted by BlindJudge Interviews


    Hello and welcome to what is going to become a regular feature here on Nexus Mods; the Sunday Discussion. Over the coming weeks we hope to bring you many interviews with all manner of individuals. Ranging from people such as Jokerine, Elianora, Caliente (and a whole lot more), to special guests, developers and even some of the staff members. Join us on Twitter and Facebook if you want to be notified when they are released.

    We’re going to start this feature off with a real treat. Chesko! He is a very well regarded mod author whose submitted work includes the hugely successful Frostfall. Chesko ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 1 month ago

    Various Nexus related things from the Skyrim SE launch aftermath

    posted by Dark0ne Site News
    Hi folks,

    As most of you know, Skyrim Special Edition was released on Friday and naturally, a lot of people are clamouring to get mods for the game. Skyrim has always been our most popular game on Nexus Mods and the release of the Special Edition has seen an unprecedented amount of users access our site over the past 36 hours. There are currently 16,500 people online this Saturday afternoon (in the UK) when, on a normal Saturday, it would be around 8,500 people. As you can imagine, our web servers are taking a hammering. Thankfully our download CDN is extremely responsive to these sorts of shor ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 1 month ago

    Upcoming features and interviews

    posted by BlindJudge Site News


    We’re in the throes of the redesign at the moment and while I have left the actual development to our seasoned professionals, I have still been on the lookout for new content to fill it with. Like I mentioned in the redesign post of yesteryear, we are making the news and articles a bit more of a prominent feature. We’ve been in the process of collecting information, preparing interviews with prominent members of our vast and varied community and looking for ideas that we can follow up on for features.

    As the redesign doesn’t look like it is going to be completed within the next few month ...(continue reading the full article)

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