• Guide,  PC Games,  Tech Stuff,  Visual Effects

    ReShade Tutorial: Graphics Enhancement

    In a previous article I explained what ReShade does and how to activate it. Now, since I’ve got a few questions and appreciations regarding the custom presets I use in all my screenshots, I’m offering you a detailed tutorial about this feature and its main functions. If your machine can support it, you can use a specific configuration for some graphics enhancement and even go beyond the already outstanding vanilla effects.

  • PC Games,  Review,  Tech Stuff,  Visual Effects

    Nvidia Ansel: First impressions

    Nvidia Ansel is now available with the latest driver update, thus I want to write down my first impressions about its features and available effects. If you own a Playstation 4 you certainly know about the Photomode plugin implemented in some installments (Infamous Second Son, Mad Max, The Last Of Us Remastered, etc). On PC, as mentioned a few times in my previous articles, we can only get unofficial tools to play around with camera, field of view and additional visual effects, in order to get professional screenshots similar to the ones released by video game companies to promote their new product.

  • Guide,  PC Games,  Tech Stuff,  Visual Effects

    Graphics Settings on PC Games

    We usually expect two things while loading a new game on our machine; quality and performance. A well built computer offers wonderful graphics and opportunities, but sometimes even with a powerful GPU, a good processor and a decent amount of RAM we may get a poor result setting everything to Ultra. Why? In this article I’m going to show you how Graphics Settings on PC Games work.

  • 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.

  • Guide,  PC Games,  Tech Stuff

    Gaming PC build Guide

    A few years ago I had to change my old desktop computer due to the ridiculous amount of memory; I couldn’t even open a single program without seeing the whole system freezing or slowing down for a few minutes. At that time, however, I was terribly inexperienced to the point I found myself with a brand new computer which could barely run The Sims 2 without frame drops. If you want to become a PC gamer you have to be sure your future rig will be able to handle the games you want to play, with this little Gaming PC build Guide I will explain what you need to know…