Star Wars: Rogue One Leak Reveals New Characters, Names, Vehicles

Star Wars: Rogue One Leak Reveals New Characters, Names, Vehicles

SPOILER WARNING: If you want a total spoiler blackout for Star Wars: Rogue One, return from whence you came. Sample pages from an upcoming Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Visual Story Guide have revealed new details about the upcoming film, including character names, vehicles and even two non-human members of the Rebel band looking to steal the Death Star plans. Star Wars Visual Story Guide coverContinue reading…
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Dark Souls 3 Modder Adds First-Person Mode

Dark Souls 3 Modder Adds First-Person Mode

Modder Zulliethewitch has created a functional (and surprisingly spiffy-looking) first-person mode for the PC version of Dark Souls 3. Available to download through a Reddit post, the mod seemingly allows for all weapon types, and even items like binoculars, to be used in up-close fashion. Here’s a video montage by YouTuber Iron Pineapple. I’m a particular fan of the Rayman-style floating gauntlets, but even more of a fan of the fact that 360-no-scopes are now possible in this game. What a world. First-person mode is switched on using the Cheat Engine modding solution, but we’d still advise backing up all your files and playing offline to avoid the possibility of game-breaking errors and bans. Continue reading…
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Nature Reclaims The Wasteland in These Fallout 4 Mods

Nature Reclaims The Wasteland in These Fallout 4 Mods

Ever wondered what the wasteland would look like if nature returned with a vengeance to consume everything it touched? If so, then these may be the mods for you. A YouTube video by hodilton, posted yesterday, makes use of three different mods to achieve a greener Fallout 4. The mods in question are as follows: Resurrection – for new grass, landscape, and buildings textures, as well as new ambient sounds. Grasslands – which brings in not only other new grass textures, but also flowers and modified debris, beaches, and marshlands. Continue reading…
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