As some people may know, I'm a huuuuuge fan of the Wolfenstein series. Especially RTCW. This was the 2nd PC fps game I ever played (after Rogue Spear) and it has a special place in my heart as a fun, but stupid, shooter that still hangs on to its roots. Developed by a sister studio of id software, Gray Matter Interactive (well, the SP anyway), RTCW is a fast paced shooter developed using a modified id tech 3. It's a great game if you like fast paced, exploration based shooters, though the story was initially criticized coming off of Valve's Half Life.
But that's a discussion for another time, today I'd like to show you some quick tips to get RTCW working in HD on your PC. Let's begin...
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Dark Souls 2 is a game that deserves to be modded- after all, I've covered modding the game before. However, getting it all to work together without any guides can be difficult. I've sat down and worked on the mods and have come out victorious, with a (imo) simple way to get all 3 mods to work together. You can watch the video above on our channel for a simple walk through on how to get all 3 working.
It's finally out- the first DLC pack for Dark Souls 2, Crown of the Sunken King, is now available for Xbox 360, PS3, and most importantly Steam. I've put together a quick video that I think captures the feeling of the DLC pretty well. If you're still on the fence, I'll have a review out soon to express my opinions on the expansion. Until then, enjoy :)
So, some of us here at TeamLQD have caught the Dark Souls bug, and if you've ever looked at my first big piece I wrote on the souls series, then you'll know I'm a huge fan. But, the newest entry in the game is not without its flaws, particularly the graphics department. Today we'll take a look at my mods of choice and how to get them running and looking good.