MERP is a total conversion modification of the Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. Explore Middle-earth in a fully open-ended environment like you've never seen before. Play races like Elves, Men, Hobbits and Dwarves and take part in the War of the Ring.
Wow, just like in the book. You can't see a thing :P
I see 1 speck of light
well it is night time :)
(100% in-game image) Everything present should still be quite visible, including my character on the bough. ;)
Maybe it's my screen then :P I can see the fire, and some faint grass :P Maybe some buildings up the end? :P
IT's awesome though ;)
I'll check the image on a 3'rd party pc tomorrow, it's supposed to be very dark because its 2AM, but all details are entirely visible to me. Anyone else? This would mean all my images are inherently dark and this is not good.
It's just his Monitor. Running a 26" LG @ 1920x1080 and I can see everything pretty easily.
Thanks, clarity should be very good, regardless of no ambient lights. I actually added the campfire to increase visibility and it's a clear night with a partial Moon too!
All details should be visible.
I have a old *** computer monitor its ancient and surprisingly this computer can run this game at all but i cant see really anything in the picture
Klick view orginal size and you see a nice sky with a lot of stars
......i viewed it in original size and i can see the full detail....including a person standing on a treebranch....what the heck? lol.....
why is your character standing on the branch?, but this is cool none the less!
...because she can. :)
This is so beautiful!!!
It's difficult to see anything without clicking 'View Original' but in my opinion this is quite possibly the most beautiful screenshot yet, despite not being totally epic or anything. I especially like how she's standing on a branch.
Thanks, we're going for true environmental realism, it gets pitch dark at midnight otherwise.
Collisions of most branches are on, therefore you can actually navigate them if you have the acrobatics/skill, good call. ;)
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