Train2game News: Thief modding competition

Square Enix and Inc., in collaboration with a host of gaming partners including AMD and the team behind The Dark Mod, today announced the ultimate THIEF mod contest in celebration of the upcoming reboot to one of the most … Continue reading

Train2Game News: Modding software on Kickstarter

A new Kickstarter campaign has launched which will help the average PC gamer to use Game Mods easier. This is good news for Train2Game students who like to create mods for games. Olympus Games announced the launch of a new … Continue reading

Train2Game News: Modding is a fantastic way of ‘exploration’ says Day Z creator

Modding is a great way to start the ball rolling with a project, one that allows you to explore ideas that it me not be possible to with full-games.  That’s the view of Bohemia Interactive game designer Dean “Rocket” Hall, … Continue reading

Train2Game News: Paradox Interactive’s Naval War: Arctic Circle introduces modding support

Modding support has been introduced for Paradox Interactive’s Naval War: Arctic Circle with the release of a free mission editor update. The Naval War: Arctic Circle mission editor comes with full Steam Workshop support for publishing and downloading user-created missions. Naval … Continue reading

Train2Game News: Mass Effect 3 producer praises benefits of modding for aspiring developers

Train2Game students looking to show that they have that little bit of extra dedication in attempting to break into the games industry should be building and finishing mods. That’s according to BioWare producer Michael Gamble, who is currently focusing on … Continue reading

Train2Game news: Bethesda’s Skyrim Creation Kit tutorials can get you started with modding

Train2Game Blog readers may have seen this post last week about official mod tools for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, finally being released. While there are number of Train2Game forum users that are already trying their hands at making mods … Continue reading

Train2Game news – Valve: modding ‘a really good way’ to get noticed in the games industry

  Train2Game students should take up modding in order to help demonstrate that they’re ready to work in the games industry. That’s according to Valve Software’s Chet Faliszek who spoke to the Train2Game blog at The Eurogamer Expo. “It’s a … Continue reading

Minecraft 1.7 patch to add “adventure” and modding to Train2Game forum user favourite

The 1.7 patch for Train2Game forum user favourite Minecraft is named the adventure update in what appears to be a move towards adding goals to the cult indie game. As previously reported by the Train2Game blog, Minecraft creator Notch suggested … Continue reading

UDK passes 800,000 downloads: A reminder to Train2Game students about the benefits of modding

The Train2Game blog has long held the belief that modding is a fantastic way for those on Train2Game courses to improve their skills. Not only that but it can potentially offer a way of getting your work out to a … Continue reading