• 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.

  • 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.