In development since 2010, the 18th Cacoward winner and Moddb 2012 MOTY Editors Choice of Creativity Award Brütal Doom takes Doom into a whole new level. It makes the game much more violent than before. There's much more blood, plus it adds unique gibs, death animations, dismemberments, headshots, executions, fire and explosion particles, flares, and much more.
The whole world becomes more real and interactive.You can kick severed limbs and heads (and sometimes, use it to activate some traps in the map earlier, or even kick them against enemies to do some damage), you can shoot enemies' heads to deal more damage (and cause more gruesome deaths) you can destroy most things in the the scenario (trees, lamps, hanging bodies, etc), you can paint the floor, the walls, and even the ceiling with blood, you can push the explosive barrels to make traps, or grab them and use like an explosive weapon, you can silently take down enemies from behind and perform stealth kills, the chainsaw actually cuts the enemies in two. When you find the berserk pack and get super strength, you can perform cinematic executions and RIP AND TEAR your foes with your bare hands. Some enemies will scream in anguish and try to crawl away when near death, and they can be used as human shields, and much, much more.
Everything in Brutal Doom is extremely intense. Everything sounds louder, looks bigger, moves faster, and hits harder. You can even fell the impact of explosions. Enemies are harder and smarter, and weapons and explosions are much louder. Your weapons have been upgraded to a deadly arsenal, completely throwing the vanilla Doom's "progressive weapon system" through the window. Every weapon is powerful and have it's pros and cons, a a weapon will never be outclassed when you find a new weapon, but only find a different use for different situations, making Brutal Doom more balanced and more strategic than Vanilla gameplay. You have new abilities too. With any weapon selected, you can press Q (default bind) to kick enemies at close range and send them away. Every new feature and weapon is cautiously balanced, and added in a way that makes sense in the universe of Doom. Many of the features can also be disabled/enabled to provide the best personal experience possible.
Brütal Doom will make the good an old Doom have a new and fresh look. It will give you a reason to play all the Ultimate Doom, Doom 2, and Final Doom levels again. This mod also works with almost every megawad and map pack around. Take a breath, and prepare to RIP AND TEAR HUGE GUTS!!!!!
Before making any questions related to the mod, or problems to make it work, please read the FAQ.
Hi everyone! I’m David from DBolical and welcome to another ModDB countdown article - the Top 5 Recent FPS Mods on ModDB. The response to the last video and article was amazing and we really appreciate all the support you gave us on our return! Rest assured more content will keep coming as long as you guys keep supporting it! Remember check out the video below, and to like, comment, and subscribe if you enjoyed this count-down, too!
Whilst EA and Dice revisited Battlefront for their newest games, there remains a significant amount of people committed to and nostalgic for the older games in the Battlefront lineup. The gameplay holds up well, but their visuals - especially compared to EA’s titles - doesn’t so well. This mod project rectifies that with a vast array of visual improvements and gameplay updates to bring Battlefront 2 closer to the modern day. Featuring almost every map overhauled with new visuals and gameplay elements, customizable clonetrooper options for the Republic faction, and a packaged in shader setup that brings that extra pzazz to the game’s lighting, the Battlefront 2 Remaster Project makes returning to this old classic a real joy. If you download this mod, Endor’s space combat map is a solid start to a brilliant experience. The mod also comes with a handy document for installing other mods on top of this one, and the shader has compatibility with other SWBF2 modding projects, so you can take these visual improvements into other projects, too!
MMod is part visual overhaul, part gameplay overhaul - and all action! Playing through Half-Life 2 with vastly improved particle effects, animation quality, and additions to gameplay like detached emplacement gun turrets is a wicked time, and the project gives you a great excuse to go back and play through the episodes again. New weapon models and visual effects add real kick to the combat, and meanwhile, it is highly compatible with many Half-Life 2 mods, so long as those mods don’t make code changes of their own. It comes with built in support for other projects like Minerva: Metastasis, and the community regularly creates quality submods and addons like MMod Tactical to enhance the draw to this project even further. The author’s other works, like Half-Life: MMod for the first game in the series, is also indicative of the attention paid to satisfying feedback in your arsenal. MMod opens up many new avenues of play across projects reaching far beyond Half-Life 2, and with further updates planned in the future, what MMod brings to the table will only increase over time.
Amongst the longest running mods on this list, Project Reality for Battlefield 2 is a marvellous and deeply tactical revamp of this classic shooter. Now fully standalone with their own built-in and maintained multiplayer service, there’s never been a better time to get to grips with this mod! Right out the gate, an installer and built-in launcher make this mod easy to setup and play. Then, it’s into the action - and built upon Battlefield 2’s foundation, it’s not hard to see why this mod has stood the test of time. New vehicles and new weaponry vastly increase the tactical options in every gamemode, resulting in clever, thought-out engagement betweens squads of organised players. A co-operative mode allows you to test these weapons in the sandbox against competent AI before moving out into the online and testing your skills in player-vs-player combat. The technical and visual mastery on display here is just enthralling, and with regular updates to this day, Project Reality isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
This next mod’s not for the faint of heart - but below the difficult surface lies a deep and immersive experience. STALKER: Anomaly - also standalone, and thus also exceptionally easy to pick up and play - is an incredibly customizable experience. This mod is not a casual play, but for the less hardcore players, options exist as well as helpful in-game guides that soften the initial introduction to the strange and dangerous Zone. For players already familiar with STALKER’s unforgiving gameplay loop, however, there are literally dozens of options for changing your playthrough before it even starts - with different starting loadouts, associated factions, and difficulty settings to map out your perfect STALKER experience. Very stable thanks to the team’s own fork of the X-Ray engine, the mod features new gamemodes like survival and warfare modes that greatly change up the gameplay loop, and on top of that, much improved visuals, effects, and models, as well as updated functionality like the 3D PDA, give the game a refined, polished sheen. If you fancy a story-focused experience, the Anomaly team thought of that too, with a four-chapter storyline to follow for narratively-minded players. The Zone is still just as hostile as ever - but STALKER: Anomaly is as good an introduction to it as you’ll ever get.
Last on our list is the ever-present, ever-gory, ever-destructive Brutal DOOM, a mod for the original DOOM that works on many source ports of the game and versions of the game’s WAD file. Brutal DOOM’s legacy is one that speaks for itself - with ten million visitors on their ModDB page, it’s earned a reputation for turning up the action a notch in the already finely-aged DOOM. This is a reputation well-earned, for the moment to moment gameplay of Brutal DOOM is nothing short of exhilarating. Vicious amounts of gore, new weapons that cause absolute anarchy, and alternate fire modes for many parts of your arsenal make even E1M1 feel new again. Meanwhile, new visuals powered by the various sourceports Brutal DOOM is compatible with give a unique flavour to DOOM’s 2.5D aesthetic. Much like Half-Life 2 MMod, however, one of Brutal DOOM’s best draws is its surrounding modding community. With patches and compatibility modes for many of the most celebrated WADs over the years, as well as submods that add yet more new weapons, enemy types, and functionality, Brutal DOOM has created its very own modding community to follow. The new update continues the author’s history of keeping Brutal DOOM in the limelight, and with this level of content on show, it’s simply not possible to resist going back to Brutal DOOM and tearing up demons again, and again, and again!
That’s all for this action-packed countdown! As before, links to all mods mentioned in this article are also in the video description, and you can also go straight to the mod pages of these games through this article. If you enjoyed the countdown, please remember to share and leave a comment down below about what you think the best FPS mods on ModDB are. We'll see you in the next countdown article!
Reports on the latest progress of the upcoming release.
No articles were found matching the criteria specified. We suggest you try the article list with no filter applied, to browse all available. Join now to share your own content, we welcome creators and consumers alike and look forward to your comments.
No files were found matching the criteria specified. We suggest you try the file list with no filter applied, to browse all available. Add file and help us achieve our mission of showcasing the best content from all developers. Join now to share your own content, we welcome creators and consumers alike and look forward to your comments.