When I moved from Newcastle to live with my girlfriend in the sunny south, I made the bold decision not to take my computer. As a PC gamer it should come as no surprise that the one thing I seriously missed was modding.

The modding community has been the backbone of PC gaming from it’s inception. The likes of Doom and Quake gave birth to so many fantastic products that stood on their own, outside of the original scope of the engine’s designers, and many high profile commerical games were released because a few guys and gals sat down and said “we should give the power to the user here”.

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