Bring Africa to life with this custom SweetFX configuration.
very good looking but it is quite demanding. doesn't work for me properly with DX9, but it works on DX10
Very nice mod, really ads a lot more vibrancy to the game
This is Africa we are talking about here - a continent with deserts and jungles and to have them void of any colour (other than a dull green)
The menu looks a little warped, but once you get in to the gameplay it is much, much more enjoyable
Top effort and love the size of the mod!
Nice mod. Really improves the game a lot. I don't really use mods all that much but, I decided to see if there was any difference and there was. Hey, I'm not writing a 400000 character review, screw all that fuckcing ********.
This makes the game looks 100 times better than the default. I didn't even realise how dark and washed out the game looked before I downloaded this mod. This mod also makes things look a lot more clear and sharpe. Would recommend this mod to anyone who still plays Far Cry 2.
The colours are very well balanced. The intensity gets toned down a bit when you convert the bmps into jpegs. The film grain can be eliminated quite well by chosing 8xAA ingame and forcing 8xAA with Nvidia Panel or CatalystCenter. I've increased the gamma value a bit. This mod, together with Dylan's mod really saves the whole game!
The issues I mentioned in this review appear to be mostly resolved or I have overlooked things. Still - A link to the Sweetfx page as well as mentoining hte author would have been nice.
Also, I think the mod's author went waaay overboard with the settings. Setting digital vibrance to 1.0 is way to much, and in the end, it is not all that hard either.
This mod is amazing. It gives the game a whole new colouring that improves how much I want to play this game. Loving it.
not working on dx9
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