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  1. Fallout 2; Star Wars: Knights of the old Republic II: The Sith Lords; Planescape: Torment; The Witcher 1; Freelancer; Star Wars: Jedi Knight II - Jedi Outcast; Heroes of Might and Magic 3; Deus Ex; Thief: The Dark Project and Thief II: Metal Age; System Shock 2; Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines; Gothic 1&2; Sea Dogs; Civilization IV; Space Rangers
  2. It is definetely possible. This mod replaces some of the music (both combat and exploration) with tracks from TW1 and TW2. I have no idea how it was made, I'm not familiar with modding TW3 audio.
  3. Didn't tried it with Skyrim SE, but with other games it works this way - you set DSR Factors in nVidia control panel (on the Global Settins tab), and then you will be able select higher resolution in your game options.
  4. Why do you need one? TW3 already have built-in autosave feature.
  5. I believe it's because tools are still VERY user-unfriendly, and even if you figure out how to use them, you are very limited at what you can do with them. You can play around with game mechanics, you can edit visuals, but that's all. You can't make new areas, you can't make new quests, etc... No doubt there's no so much active modders as in Skyrim or Fallout communities.
  6. For me (and almost anyone who knew about a book series before the first game came out), games always were a tie-in material for the books :wink: I'm looking forward for their Cyberpunk game. And I think they have no reason not to implement character customisation in it.
  7. But you should also remember, that they actually work to optimize their games. I remember when TW1 came out - terrible load times, constant crashes and lag. After they patched it Enhanced Edition (and it was FREE update) - all this problems were fixed. Same was with TW2. Initially I played it on low-medium settings, after all the patches I was able to play it on medium and some setting on high at solid 30 FPS (I've had a quite old PC at that time). We'll see how things will go with TW3. I'm sure after they release 2nd DLC we'll get some more patches which (hopefully) will optimize the game. <offtop> I've noticed, that most users usually can't tell the difference between high and ultra settings in most games. But if game doesn't provide solid 60FPS on ultra (but runs perfectly on high) they scream that it's not optimized at all. </offtop> Now on the subject. The Witcher 3 is a great game. Story, characters, locations, top-level graphics, quests, player choices and their consequences - this game have everything. I can understand why some people don't get involved in the story - to fully enjoy this game, you MUST read 7 books and play Withcer 1&2. If you don't - you'll miss a LOT of fun. But it was expected, TW 1&2 had the same issue - you'll NEVER fully enjoy them, if you don't read the books they're based on. It never was a problem for me, I wasa huge fan of the Witcher books long before the first game came out. Fallout was my favorite game series of all time... before it fell to Beth's hands. I'm really dissappointed in FO4 (even more than I was with FO3). I was expecting a proper RPG, I thought that they'll learn at least something from Obsidian (FNV was quite good). But no, they decided that FO should be a dumb action game with RPG elements, and not a proper RPG like it was in past. I'm sure that if they've not called it FO4, but something like Fallout: Shooter - there would be far less pissed off players. In the end, The Witcher 3 is a far better game. The only thing which FO4 does better - modding support.
  8. The opposite may also be true, as new engine might be highly mod-unfriendly. We've already seen such things.
  9. It actually took me 3 weeks to finish WoL and 2 weeks for HotS. I don't have much time to play games these days :( This is true to 95% of single-player games which are not RPGs. You play them, you finish them, you forget about them.
  10. They did it to please players like me, who don't care about MP and all this "e-sport" stuff, but want a solid SP campaign.
  11. It's hard to pick all-time favorite, so I'll just list some in no particular order Fallout 2 (I hate time-limit in the 1st) Planescape: Tourment Star Wars: KotOR 2: The Sith Lords Vampire The Masquerade - Bloodlines The Witcher 1 (didn't played 3 yet, so can't say anynthing about it, but for my taste 1st was far better than 2nd) Deus Ex 1 Dragon Age: Origins (didn't played Inquisition, but DA2 sucks)
  12. But IIRC it's usually OK if you re-create them from scratch
  13. It doesn't matter if you have Steam or any other version. If mod installation instructions tells you to put files to folder inside CoockedPC and you don't have one - create it manually. Just make sure you spelled the folder name right and everything will work.
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