Good mod with great potential. Even in this early release the atmosphere the game provides is exceptional. You do feel like a viking. However I do find the text hard to read and would like to see formations so it feels like you are fighting in a shield wall. Looking forward to updates.
One of the best strategy games out there! I immediately fell in love with the carefully wrote and deep nation and unit descriptions, medieval music and minimalist graphics. Quite contrary, the game's graphics make the game so fun as it gives your imagination some blank space, thus making it personal (for me at least) and emotional. That is what lacks from today's games.
Basically an accessible strategy game with moderate learning curve and high complexity. Difficult to master but easy to pick up. At first could be a bit frightening because of the somewhat poor UI but if you're open minded, you have some imagination and dare to dive in an artistically created world, you'll do just fine and get an unforgettable experience.
Constant crashes, always being told to reduce the quality settings despite having a high-end computer - which does not do anything. The hud is always messed up and the text is unreadable and no matter how many times I try to adjust the settings, it does NOT fix the problems and I also have to give up all of the quality, all the way to minimum. I can't even reach the bridge at the Cordon in the very BEGINNING of the game, it keeps on CRASHING. I thought that the new version would FIX all of these problems, but it only made it WORST. Now the game is completely unplayable - why would others think that the crashes are a good thing? It makes many people like me unsatisfied and don't even understand the whole story because of the constant crashes! We barely even get any advice and help with these issues.
This mod is by far the best mod created for CK2 until this moment, and one of the best mods for any Europa Universalis series.
In this masterpiece you got all major races of Elder Scrolls universe, tons of new unique traits, new mechanics to explore, great and challenging balance of game, big world to conquer, lots of character to interact with, dark and complex politics... you got all that makes CK2 a thrill to play, but multiplied dozen of times.
You want to be vampire? You can, you want to raid as a Nord? You can, you can be mage, you can become a necromancer, you can do things you never even imagine of...
Mod still need some work, it got some flags to put in, some minor bugs to handle, but it is playable, oh yes, it is playable... you will sink in it for hours, and hours.
I recommend it not only for Elder Scrolls fans, but for all people who search for great fantasy experience, and all fans of CK2.
Great job team!
Inspiring game and author. Tried the 30X9 serie when you released 3069, really gotta say that you improved the game so much and i believe in a good future on game dev for you. Keep up the good work and surprise your fans with more new content as you've been doing!
A guy or girl would have an immense gift for making an overhaul of textures and models that are obviously noticeable from a mile away. The hard work of increasing the beauty of a game that needs to be looked at from all directions and tuned for perfection is sure to be a mod that will never displease. This mod alone can easily out due any other mod for realism and environment. I highly recommend this mod for ANY occasion of modding in general for S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat.
I like this mod over BFX. I also like to overlook the numerous weapon bugs and award bugs that cause the game to crash. I especially enjoyed the Geonosis map. Superb work on that. On some of the stock maps as BFP, however, there is severe lag in certain areas. This "beta" is worth a download and I look forward to the next release.
Slender, the classic horror game we all know and love, but is it really all that great? I had to ponder on this for a while, but I think I've come to the conclusion that, as popular as it is, it still has some flaws that get in the way of the experience. If there's one thing that Slender does best, it's atmosphere. Slender knows how to tell you danger is lurking around, and as you make progress the music becomes more irrational and odd, much like the monster that is chasing you. The feeling of being stalked is clear and fresh, and the feeling never truly goes away. The main flaws I found in Slender involve the question, is he always going to stalk me from behind? Well, yes, he only stalks from behind so at least you know where he is almost all the time. There have been instances where he appeared from the front, but those were rare. I feel like the game would be much scarier if you never knew where to expect him, like he could be hiding behind the very tree you're walking next to. I feel like just having him approach from behind kind of makes the experience more like a game of red-light green-light. Either way, Slender is a great game to try and I hope it evolves even more at some point.
It's rare that I give a game such a high rating, but I have to say, Slender never terrified me as much as this game. The atmosphere brought so many questions. Was that knocking noise the monster about to break in and chase me? What does the music mean and why has it suddenly turned bleak, does that mean the monster is close? The biggest question this game gave me is probably one of the most effective impacts it had on me: when will the monster come back? That simple question was enough to drive me crazy with fear and always kept me on edge. Slender never had as much of an impact on me as One Late Night did, I still felt that cold rush of fear even after the game was over, like the monster was still waiting invisible and ready to suddenly appear. This is the kind of fear that must always appear in horror games, not just cheap jumpscares (although there are a few minor ones in this game). This is a true horror game and it deserves to be recognized as such. I hope the developer still has plans to make another game.