Welcome to one of the most modded series of games ever : The Elder Scrolls! The most recent one, Skyrim, released in 2011, benefits of a huge creative community which issued hundreds of modifications and improvements to the game these last few years. You’ll find in this post the most effective ones to make your game look awesome: high def textures, shaders and such.
Many options in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) can be adjusted through ingame menus. However, it may be easier to tune your game through numerical values and textual commands. You’ll have two ways of tweaking your settings: through the game launcher option screen, and with an autoexec.cfg file placed in the game folder.
How to make Fallout New Vegas (2010, Obsidian Entertainment) more awesome than ever through a few number of mods. Continue reading “Games modding #3: Fallout New Vegas”
A 10 year old game still actively developed and reaching a community of millions of gamers is quite unusual. World of Warcraft was launched in February 2005 in Europe : 10 years of addictive leveling, raiding, trading and blacklisting of hyterical teenagers or chinese farmers. Continue reading “Games modding #2: World of Warcraft”
Quick guide on hosting a multiplayer server in Minecraft! There are lots of tutorials on the Web, none being clear or straightforward. Here are the few steps required to host a PC Minecraft server. Continue reading “Minecraft: how to host a multiplayer server”
Let’s begin the year 2015 with a new category of posts, dedicated to the games modding: how to install and use external addons, mods and extensions to enhance your games. We’ll start with one of the most heavily modded game of all: Minecraft, in version 1.8. Continue reading “Games modding #1: Minecraft shaders”