• Level Design,  PC Games,  Review,  Screenarchery

    FlowScape: A real-time Landscape Game

    If you enjoy playing sandbox games such as Garry’s Mod or any other level editor like Minecraft, you are definitely going to fall in love with FlowScape. Generate different randomized sceneries or create your own, building a wonderful collection of new wallpapers for your desktop, outstanding artworks, or just enjoy a peaceful stroll in your dream locations.

  • Devil May Cry,  PC Games,  Review,  Screenarchery

    Devil May Cry V: Review and Camera Tools

    Over two months have passed since Devil May Cry V arrived on our shelves in all its glory. After the many theories and speculations the fans came up with for a very long time since the E3 announcement, now we know for sure what turned out to be only a fabrication and what remained faithful to the first impressions we all had. This is my review for the game along with a quick overview related to the fanmade camera tools created by Frans Bouma, HattiWatti and K-putt.

  • ASMR,  PC Games,  Review,  Screenarchery,  Travel Journal

    Travel Journal: Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture

    1984, Shropshire (England), Yaughton Valley. Something mysterious happened… something that you as the player need to find out while exploring the now deserted towns. The inhabitants have literally vanished, disappeared without leaving a single trace behind. Your only clue is a bunch of floating orbs of light, swimming in the air and guiding you through the valley’s untold story. Telephones and radios still holding registered reports, pieces of the tale you need to reconstruct to solve the puzzle. This is what Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture is about, an Indie title developed by The Chinese Room and SIE Santa Monica Studio, released for PS4 in 2015 and PC the following…

  • Mods,  PC Games,  Screenarchery,  Visual Effects

    Skyrim Best ENBs

    The Skyrim series continues, one of the most played video games of all times that will most likely never get old. I’ve talked about visuals and general graphics in many articles by now, this time I want to create a helpful list with the best ENBs for The Elder Scrolls V, Special Edition included! Needless to say this is for PC players only, since you can’t install this kind of enhancements on console.

  • Guide,  Mods,  PC Games,  Screenarchery,  Visual Effects

    Garry’s Mod: Addons, Best Maps and Ultra Graphics

    Today I bring you a new overview regarding this well known Half-Life 2 standalone expansion, sharing my recent experience and discoveries with you guys. Keep reading if you want to know more about my suggested addons for Garry’s Mod, personal selection of what I consider the best released maps on Steam and how to get ultra graphics for a more realistic immersion and beautiful visuals. For more details about this game and its most popular multiplayer modes check this article from last year.

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

    Skyrim Overview: Poses and Animations

    After my long documentation about mods and console commands I bring you a new Skyrim overview regarding custom poses and animations in game. This final tutorial will explain how to install these mods properly and make them work smoothly avoiding the annoying ‘T-Pose’ bug and the free camera glitch. Note: this is for the normal version of Skyrim and not the Special Edition!

  • Guide,  PC Games,  Screenarchery,  Tech Stuff,  Visual Effects

    Screenarchery: How To Take Beautiful Screenshots

    We talked about the possibility of applying additional visual effects in our games and we have seen how certain tools work to activate the free camera and play around with the rendered atmospheres. With this new tutorial I want to fully introduce you to the wonderful world of Screenarchery, explaining in details how to take beautiful screenshots in your favorite titles in terms of compositions and tricks you should apply before saving.

  • Guide,  PC Games,  Screenarchery,  Tech Stuff,  Visual Effects

    Panoramic Screenshots in Games

    “Don’t shoot what it looks like. Shoot what if feels like.” – David Alan Harley What if you could capture a whole, breathtaking in-game scenery without neglecting any detail because of the limited framing? Three weeks ago or so I discovered an interesting feature, with which we can make Panoramic screenshots in games just with a few simple clicks.