• Mods,  PC Games,  Tech Stuff

    Assassin’s Creed: High Resolution Texture Mods

    With the newly released Assassin’s Creed III: Remastered and the entire series approaching the current gen with revised graphics and polished gameplay, the all time fans of the acclaimed series developed by Ubisoft are more and more eager to get their hands over the very first title from the far 2007 in high definition. Despite its old combat system and repetitive quests along the main story, Assassin’s Creed is still considered the true AC that offered the perfect foundation for a successful franchise.

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    Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition: Ansel, Performance and Mods

    Final Fantasy XV has finally arrived on Windows in its final state, along with an additional pack for console users (Royal Edition) containing a completely remade Chapter 14 and a few special additions along the playthrough. What PC gamers were fearing before the final release was a poor optimization with mediocre performance despite the time they took to polish it, but owning the game myself and running it on a 3yo system I can say Square Enix did exactly what we were promised in the beginning: they allowed older computers to handle it better than any other port from console, although they had to release a new patch afterwards in…

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    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!

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    Skyrim Best Mods and Console Commands

    Even with the Special Edition in our Steam library we still keep playing around with the normal game due to our modded saves and the characters we created. If you never really played Skyrim before you can check this post for a general overview, today I want to create a complete and detailed list of what I consider the best mods and command lines you can use in your playthroughs for a better experience.