I'm a gamer, though I do enjoy fiddling around with files in mods to enhance my own personal use. I'm into S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat right now, and am a great fan of the CoP: Redux mod.

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Gosgosgosu Feb 10 2014, 12:18am replied:

Not exactly fair to call people bipolars/dopeheads for biting off more than they can chew in modding.

All but the tiniest of mods take an incredible amount of work.

0 votes   mod: Zombie town
Gosgosgosu Feb 9 2014, 11:48pm replied:

Delete these folders after installing the mod:

\Vampire - Bloodlines\Vampire\models\character\pc

\Vampire - Bloodlines\Vampire\materials\models\character\pc

+2 votes   mod: VTMB: Camarilla Edition
Gosgosgosu Feb 1 2014, 6:28pm says:

The installation isn't exactly set up properly like the Jeanette skin mod is...

The "materials" folder you can drop straight into Vampire - Bloodlines\Vampire

But the contents of the "models" folder (the folders named after clans, not the "models" folder itself) need to be dropped into Vampire - Bloodlines\Vampire\models\character\pc\female
so it's no wonder people are having trouble installing the mod.

+1 vote   download: Goth kid for PC
Gosgosgosu Dec 21 2011, 6:04am says:

By the way, the semicolons (;) pretty much mean "ignore everything in this line after ;"
so I could write:
rpm = 600;I like pie
and the game would only read:
since it ignores spaces, semicolons and anything to the right of a semicolon.

+1 vote   article: Modifying S.T.A.L.K.E.R's Weapons
Gosgosgosu Dec 2 2010, 11:47am says:

*looks at the comments above*

I feel I have to post a comment; the coincidence in user pictures is too much to pass on ;)

PS: Nice work. I hope the work on the mod is going well for you.

+2 votes   media: WIP Screenshots
Gosgosgosu Nov 10 2010, 9:07am replied:

To uninstall any mod just delete your " Gamedata " folder.

+1 vote   mod: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat: Redux v2.0
Gosgosgosu Oct 24 2010, 7:34am replied:

Uncle Yar's mission: You can bypass being attacked in 2 possible ways, 1. Make sure you take it so it's at night, then use stealth so they don't detect you, or 2. Run around the village to the back of the house so you avoid the zombies all together - Uncle Yar is still invisible to them, and you don't need to stick next to him.

Post the crashes on the Redux forum Z4.invisionfree.com (ctrl-v into notepad directly after the crash to get the crash log, then paste it on the forums)

Have you installed patch v1.05a? It fixes a number of crashes.

But yes, Redux is quite crash-prone, though I found switching to Base helped to reduce crash rates significantly.

Edit: He's not called Spartacus because Spartacus was killed at some point during your previous missions, either due to you not defending the Stalkers or due to unfortunate mutant attacks, so one of the randomly named stalkers fills in as leader.

+1 vote   mod: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat: Redux v2.0
Gosgosgosu Oct 17 2010, 1:32am says:

Looks brilliant :)

+3 votes   media: Deja Vu
Gosgosgosu Oct 14 2010, 2:44am says:

Are there gonna be more patches before v2.0? It's been a month since v1.05a, which feels more like an eternity :P. New patches are exciting and give a good sense of things moving along, I hope you won't keep us in suspense too much longer :)

+1 vote   mod: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat: Redux v2.0
Gosgosgosu Oct 8 2010, 1:59am replied:

Why would you suspect repairs were removed? Upgrades are only removed now because the system is being improved and will be back in v2.0. Mechanics still repair for you and handing them Toolkits still gives you cash rewards and discounts.

In Redux, every gun has a number of rare upgraded variants (i.e. lightweight, enhanced, rifled, extended, balanced, silenced, storming) that you may be lucky enough to find on an enemy or at a vendor, also you can ask Nimble for unique guns that are entirely different to those you get from Nimble in vanilla.

So don't think that mechanics not giving out upgrades means there's no way to improve your gun.

+1 vote   mod: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat: Redux v2.0
Gosgosgosu Oct 6 2010, 6:51am replied:

I agree with your gun sounds idea. Sound Supreme gunshots sound epic, and much more realistic.

+1 vote   mod: RCOM
Gosgosgosu Oct 4 2010, 2:01am replied:

I agree. The human combat was made nice and realistic, yet mutants remain far too durable, similar to how they were in vanilla. This hurt the realism for me, so I went into the mutant stat files (gamedata/configs/creatures) and edited their health values so that a single well-aimed buckshot will down blind dogs (without a headshot) and pseudodogs going down with about 2 buckshots to the body. This still leaves them plenty durable and in close range where aiming properly is not possible it is sill struggle to kill them with hipfire while trying desperately to dodge their attacks. I also reduced snorks durability - they are scrawny, starving, irradiated, insane and open-wound covered humans who somehow take enough bullets to down 3 Stalkers? Makes your guns feel like they're shooting fragments of charcoal rather than bullets, just like in vanilla.

Mutants are already a challenge in that they are extremely deadly in close range; their damage values against you are plenty hardcore and realistic, yet your damage against them for some reason is not.

+1 vote   mod: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat: Redux v2.0
Gosgosgosu Oct 4 2010, 1:37am replied:

Not sure what's wrong, let's hope Beac will see this and help you.

In the meantime to continue playing you could install the Voron spawner mod Stalker.filefront.com (it doesn't interfere with Redux in any way), so you can spawn yourself as many Anabiotics as you need (the Marked by the Zone achievement doesn't let you survive outdoors in an emission in Redux sadly, though this way you can survive emissions using drugs if the shelter system is bugging out).

+1 vote   mod: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat: Redux v2.0
Gosgosgosu Oct 3 2010, 2:12pm replied:

I had this once a while ago but haven't seen it since. Are you using an unholstered weapon in Skadovsk? I here that makes the game treat you as being outside.

+2 votes   mod: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat: Redux v2.0
Gosgosgosu Oct 2 2010, 6:07am replied:

I seriously doubt any suit upgrade would help you there... unless you mean sprinting upgrades to help you run the hell away... or a target detection upgrade so you can see them through the bushes and avoid stumbling into the deathtrap in the first place. But no, I don't think they can be turned back on.

Yes, you will sometimes find yourself getting owned by enemies you didn't realise were there, but it's part of the difficulty curve of Redux. Are you seriously expecting to be able to take on 30+ dogs? This isn't godmode. Save often and always use your wits as much as possible.

+1 vote   mod: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat: Redux v2.0
Gosgosgosu Oct 1 2010, 10:10am replied:

Menu->Options->Game->Draw crosshair, Redux disables this box by default; simply re-enable it and you'll have your non-aiming crosshairs and centre-of-the-screen dot back (although they will be extremely small, practically invisible, so in combat you'll still mostly hipfire blind). But thankfully if you focus the centre-of-the-screen dot on a stalker for a couple seconds it will tell you their name, faction and attitude towards you, just as it did in vanilla :)

+1 vote   mod: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat: Redux v2.0
Gosgosgosu Sep 30 2010, 11:28am says:

Keep up the great work Beac! I'm anxious to see what the next patch brings, and it feels like an eternity since v1.05a :P

+1 vote   mod: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat: Redux v2.0
Gosgosgosu Sep 29 2010, 9:13am replied:

Yeah, changing the line isn't required, the scope type can be set to anything you want for any gun.
Though if you don't change it you'll have the G36 scope reticles on your FN2000, which works perfectly fine, though the FN2000 scope has an interesting design which won't be ingame if you don't change the line :P

+1 vote   mod: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat: Redux v2.0
Gosgosgosu Sep 27 2010, 2:49am replied:

^What Beac said. I installed Absolute Scopes Texture Pack v1.2 ( Strategyinformer.com ) over Redux. The only file that needs to be merged is w_fn2000.ltx, where you only need to change the line reading " scope_texture = wpn_crosshair_g36 " in the Redux version of w_fn2000.ltx to read " scope_texture = wpn_crosshair_fn2000 "

+1 vote   mod: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat: Redux v2.0
Gosgosgosu Sep 24 2010, 10:19am replied:

Also (forgot to include this in the edit) a second bug is that crosshairs aren't hidden when you look down the sights (unless using a scoped weapon), so they appear ontop of the ironsights.

+1 vote   mod: RCOM
Gosgosgosu Sep 24 2010, 9:49am says:

I like what you've done. The AI and damage is very good, and I like the further back FOV - you can actually see the butt of rifles and the cartidges of pistols :) RCOM is definately a mod that I will be playing when I'm bored in between Redux patches :P

Though I didn't find the upgrade system very exciting tbh and it was difficult to tell with some upgrades whether they would make my gun better or worse, since it's hard to tell how badly the drawbacks will affect you. Don't get me wrong, I very much like the give-and-take approach, I think it's a brillian way to keep realism and balance and I'm surprised I haven't seen other mods using the system, but honestly I would prefer the net stat changing of upgrades to favour positive rather than a 1:1 ratio of give and take.

I'd think it'd work well if the tier 1 upgrades were at a 1:1 ratio as they are now (i.e. +10% in one stat for -10% in another), while the tier 2 upgrades should give slightly more than they take (i.e. +20% for -15%), and the tier 3 upgrades give a significant boost with only a comparitively small drawback (i.e. +30% for -15%). Of course to compensate for increased gain from teir 2 and 3 upgrades they would be more expensive to aquire, but then you just have to work a little harder to get your dream gun, which would make it feel more well-earnt and special :)

Edit: One bug I noticed is the 120 Desert Eagle ammo you start the game with doesn't work - you can't load it into your Desert Eagle, not with the change ammo button, nor by running out of the regular ammo that is already in your Desert Eagle. Also this 120 unusable ammo pile can be sold to a trader for 16,000 rupels, which I found quite funny XP

+1 vote   mod: RCOM
Gosgosgosu Sep 24 2010, 8:20am replied:

Yes, the Abakan's Full-Auto mode fire rate is incorrect; it has an RPM of 1800, but 1800 RPM is only meant for the Abakan's 2-shot burst mode, and having 1800 RPM for Full-Auto fire mode as well is an oversight. I'd recommend just removing the Full-Auto mode from the Abakan altogether so that it becomes a burst-only weapon if the Full-Auto fire rate can't be changed - I mean the AK-74 is better for Full-Auto anyway.

Also no, weapons are not at all overpowered in Redux, they are infact quite realistic. In real life if someone shot you through the stomach with even tiny Makarov pistol you'd probably die if you didn't get to the hospital. Redux is less realistic than real life, but if it were more realistic medkits and bandages you take in-game hours to work fully, and ten that would just make the game annoying. Aside from oversights and bugs Redux is completely fine and realistic enough for even the most hardcore gamers.

But I do agree, silencers are useless; stealth kills are impossible in Redux, which is excessively lame because I love stealth in any game :/

+1 vote   mod: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat: Redux v2.0
Gosgosgosu Sep 20 2010, 10:12pm replied:

Any time Beac :)

Also, please check out the article I posted on the Redux forum Z4.invisionfree.com lengthily explaining how you can easily edit 2 numbers in each gun to slightly improve realism and gameplay of those guns. Please read it, it took over an hour to type :P

+1 vote   mod: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat: Redux v2.0
Gosgosgosu Sep 20 2010, 4:03am replied:

Redux only works with the English version of CoP, so if you're German version doesn't play on Master difficulty then you're out of luck and Beac can't help you.

+1 vote   mod: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat: Redux v2.0
Gosgosgosu Sep 20 2010, 4:01am replied:

Beac has said this a million times already so I'll say it for him:

Redux only works properly with the English version of CoP.
You probably can play on another language if you set the difficulty to Master BUT it will probably cause bugs and there will be no Redux text, and if you're really unlucky you won't be able to play at all.

So try it on Master difficulty, and if it's unaplayable then either install an English CoP or you'll need to find a different mod, sorry.

+1 vote   mod: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat: Redux v2.0
Gosgosgosu Sep 17 2010, 9:46pm replied:

Yes, Spartan, we realise the ammo-drop system is completely unrealistic, but it is that way for a good reason. Vanilla had realistic ammo-drop levels, but didn't you notice that a few hours in you had a hoard of ammo that would make an military armory jealous, and by the end you had enough ammo to fill an olympic-sized swimming pool and go for a rather painful swim?

The unrealistically low ammo drops counteract the fact that you'll go around killing every single stalker so happen to see with just a couple bullets, then loot a whole magazine from them, causing your ammo to rise no matter how wastefully you shoot. Redux forces you to be a stingy scavenger and conserve your precious ammo, rather than re-enacting Rambo every 3 minutes.

And if you really still can't handle the low ammo drops install Voron and spawn yourself ammo so you can stop complaining.

+1 vote   mod: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat: Redux v2.0
Gosgosgosu Sep 16 2010, 2:28am replied:

Depends on what method you use. I use an Abakan on 1 or 2 shot mode with a thermal scope as a pseudo-sniper rifle, and since 5.45mm ammo is quite common I always have significantly more ammo than I need. The same applies to shotguns, though I sometimes have to buy shotgun rounds I certainly can still afford to fire rapidly in emergency situations. If you conserve properly, ammo supply is actually pretty resonable, even if every other stalker seems to possess ammo that evaporates upon death.

+1 vote   mod: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat: Redux v2.0
Gosgosgosu Sep 14 2010, 6:22am says:

Thanks for the patch, however...
Despite installing v1.05a I'm still getting a high number of random crashes in Yanov and the Jupiter area. Also, after death trying to load a game results in a crash every time, which is game ruining since going from 100% health to suddenly dead is a common occurance in Redux combat, which is just plain torture if your game crashes after every death :/

I deleted my gamedata folder and installed just the Base Redux + 1.05a and set all graphical options to minimum to make sure it wasn't just my computer or other lightweight mods crashing the program, but the random crashing still occurs. I don't get these crashes playing other large mods such as RCOM with Atmosfear. I don't know what to do; Redux is just too annoying to progress in due to inexplicable crashing, yet this by far my favourite mod otherwise and I don't really want to play without it :(

+1 vote   download: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat: Redux v1.05a Patch
Gosgosgosu Sep 13 2010, 6:30am replied:

To remove any mod just delete the gamedata folder and you'll be back to vanilla. Also replace the xrGame.dll file with your vanilla backup since this mod edits it. And yes, most mods are compatible with steam versions.

+3 votes   mod: RCOM
Gosgosgosu Sep 13 2010, 5:47am replied:

Use an Anabiotic, however if you don't have one then I'm sorry but you're gonna have to either take on the controller like a man or load a previous save - it's not Redux's fault you've put yourself in that position.

+1 vote   mod: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat: Redux v2.0
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