• Tech Stuff,  Visual Effects

    Best Halloween Desktop Visuals

    We are reaching the end of September already, which means that Halloween is now around the corner. This is a quick post I’m making in relation to my previous article about Desktop Visuals for gamers featuring Rainmeter and Wallpaper Engine, two great customization tools anyone can use to create outstanding graphic combinations, either static or animated. If you enjoy decorating your place at this time of the year, how about giving your PC/laptop a proper makeover as well?

  • Tech Stuff,  Visual Effects

    Desktop Visuals for Gamers

    It’s not a secret that, as a gamer, I have developed a weakness for visuals and aesthetics in general. I recently decided to finally take a step forward and upgrade my 5 years old PC from Windows 7 to Windows 10 (I may actually make a separate post about this topic, as I’ve pulled my hair for a week trying to make the migration work properly) and I felt like I needed a fresh change without affecting my system more than I already did. Rainmeter and Wallpaper Engine are absolutely perfect when it comes to desktop makeovers and no registry modification is required for their functionality.

  • Mods,  PC Games,  Review,  Screenarchery,  Tech Stuff

    Detroit: Become Human PC Review

    Detroit: Become Human arrived on PC in December 2019, but I took some time to test it out properly due to the many problematics that seemed to affect the majority of players after release. Now that I completed my second run of the game on laptop, I can properly review the technical aspect along with the narrative side. Please note that this is related to the Epic Games version, I can’t speak for the Steam one although I assume things will work the same way. Moreover, this review is not entirely SPOILER free, so beware all ye who enter here!

  • Indie,  PC Games,  Travel Journal,  Visual Effects

    Travel Journal: Indie Games and Explorable Virtual Environments

    Whether or not we go to work every morning and carry on with a normal life as much as we can, when we are stuck in our room most of the time we can only do so much to keep ourselves entertained. When a worldwide pandemic strikes the options at our disposal are limited, but if you happen to be a PC gamer you may find in this list of explorable virtual environments the perfect escape you might be seeking from such a difficult moment.

  • 3D,  Tech Stuff

    DesignDoll: A 3D Application for Artists

    If you happen to be an artist or an aspiring one and like using reference pictures for poses or anatomy practice, I would like to recommend a 3D application that may simplify your work! DesignDoll is a rather simple, yet very effective tool developed by Terawell for posing 3D avatars that you can also modify to create different anime-like shapes or even more realistic figures. Let’s use this quarantine time to be creative!

  • 3D,  Guide,  Level Design,  Mods,  PC Games,  Tech Stuff

    FlowScape Tutorial (Part 1): How to import custom Models from Sketchfab with Blender3D

    In my previous FlowScape article I briefly talked about the possibility of loading custom 3D models into the level editor. Today I’m offering you a complete tutorial which will explain in detail how to import additional content into FlowScape, specifically from Sketchfab using Blender. Warning: Long and technical documentation ahead!

  • Apps,  Otome,  Review

    Obey Me! – FREE RPG Card Game Review

    A little before the Christmas holidays I found out about a new app called Obey Me! through a marketing post that randomly showed up in my Instagram feed. While I did talk about Otome games on this blog before, I haven’t downloaded any new app recently due to the Pay-to-Win gameplay that affects at least the 90% of content from this category. Still, whenever I see anime related posts I automatically click out of curiosity. Noticing the general high rating and good reviews, I convinced myself to download it and try it out for some time. What is there to lose anyway, when you can get something for free?

  • PC Games,  Review,  Tech Stuff

    Razer Ornata Chroma Keyboard Review

    Razer Inc. is a global hardware manufacturing company founded in 1998 in San Diego, with headquarters located in Singapore and San Francisco. Their products feature a good variety of gaming accessories such as keyboards, mouse devices, laptops, mousepads, controllers and even Smartphones. The Ornata Chroma is an LED keyboard released by the company with a large range of possible color configurations, which can be built with default presets or custom-made profiles created by yourself and downloaded from the Chroma Workshop.

  • Review,  Tech Stuff

    Mouse Trust GXT 108 Rava Gaming Review

    Today I bring you a new technical review about a gaming product; the mouse Trust GXT 108 Rava Gaming. If you’re looking for a nice mouse without spending a huge amount of money and leaving the aesthetic aspect aside, this model is one of the best options you may consider in order to replace your old peripheral.