Artist, some knowledge of photoshop but mainly concept artwork and character development. Mod enthusiast, new to the community.
Mod Review on Jun 18th, 2013
The customization of lighting is what really sold it for me, being able to change the different colour levels, dramatic lighting filter just looks amazing.
A very well made mod, and considering it doesn't come at a massive fps hit is just another great point about it, since huge fps drops are deal breakers for a lot of people.
Mod Review on Jun 17th, 2013
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Mod Review on Jun 1st, 2013
I'm currently in the process of collecting files and mod packs for a bunch of games in anticipation for my new computer, while browsing sites such as nexus and going on youtube i find a vid of someone running this mod; the difference in graphics compared to vanilla morrowind is just staggering, it really brings the quality up to a modern day standard and is definitely a prime example of how modding can extend the life of a game.
i thought it was impossible for morrowind to look that good, i'm very impressed with this mod, kudos
Mod Review on Aug 6th, 2012
Very promising remake of a favorite of mine.
the rage engine makes an already great game look like pure eyecandy, and you know it's gonna be a fuckload of fun to trash the whole of Las Venturas.
i'd like to see some gameplay improvements implimented, just to make it a bit more refreshing, the only other thing i have an issue with is that some of the main character models could look a lot better with newer textures, but i'm sure that'll get fix'd/modded.
well done to all those working on the project, this is what gta fans like to see.
Game Review on Jul 18th, 2012
Whether you love the freedom and adaptability of the game with a limitless game world, or the blocky and pixelated graphics make you sick in your mouth a little, this is definitely a title headed to video game Valhalla.
It has to be said that Minecrafts creator Markus 'Notch' Persson imparts inspiration for all independent game developers, the game being the success that it is.
Minecraft compliments mods very well, Yogbox, Mo creatures, Tekkit, countless texture and model packs.
I think the hardest pill to swallow for most people is that it's hardly the prettiest game of the decade, that being said, most hardcore gamers grew up on 8 bit and 16 bit consoles, so i really don't see how it's a concern, hell, it's practicly an art style at this point; additionally, there are mods out there to improve the various visual aspects, including overall texture resolution and lighting.
I'd say it's a brilliant form of non-linear gameplay, and it'll be played for years to come.