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  1. The download link works now. Have you thought about uploading this mod to GameBanana, too? You might get more downloads that way.
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  2. I downgraded my 1.50 copy of the game to 1.27 because of the ridiculous 90GB file size. However, I am unsure as to which files are safe to delete to save on space, please, can anyone help? I don't want to uninstall the game.
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  3. I have never played Minecraft before but my son (8) is quite interested (spurred on by recent family Minecraft Dungeons sessions on the Switch). My son has a personal iMac 2012 which he uses for basic 'work' (Zoom etc). In the same room is an old HTPC attached to the TV (i7 920 with GTX 970). I have my Windows gaming PC and my wife's Windows gaming PC which is in our office, plus a bunch of laptops (MacBook Pro 2019, MacBook Pro 2011). Questions: What edition - Bedrock or Java? What's the best way to host the server, self-host locally on a single computer, or on a LAN o
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  4. Hey, thank you so much for that, I was wondering how I was going to upload the site
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  5. Yeah the download link doesn't seem to work, I also had to download it from another site.
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  6. I meant the download link is what's not working... I had to download the files from another link I googled.
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  7. I've added support for it for now. This remains a really good point though, and we probably need to define a "default" state in the PCGW editing guide etc so that it's clear that when we mean "Y-axis inversion" we mean inverting up==up (you move the analog stick up to look/aim up) to mean up==down (you move the analog stick up to look/aim down). So "default" is FPS-style. Inversed is flight stick style.
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  8. In my taste, Java Edition with Optifine, Vanilla Tweaks texture pack, Sound filters mod and Sildur's Enhanced Default shaders is the best way to play this beautiful game.
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  9. Go to the game's directory then open "Update/x64/dlcpacks" There are folders starting with "mp", these are mp DLCs, best thing is to know which pack was released after 1.27 then you should delete these files without any risk. Or you could just get an old build on the high seas, the MP is not available on an outdated build anyway so just get the RLD version and voila
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  10. I was gonna say that since you registered before 2018 you could get the Bedrock version for free but sadly that offer expired in April
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  11. I, too, didn't play minecraft up until this June. My last experience with it was in 2010 with its alpha build where you could just place and mine blocks. For me, Java is the ultimate experience and the easiest to set up for multiplayer. I play in my local LAN with my brother, both running Windows 10 machines and Java x64bit edition. Because I wanted to have something more of a multiplayer experience, I didn't rely on the native server, but went for an external dedicated server named SpigotMC. It's one of the many forks of craftbukkit, which is an external framework for hosting minecraft.
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  12. Since he mentioned iMac and MacBook, it's important to know that Bedrock can only run on Windows 10. Java Edition supports Windows, MacOS and Linux. I'd call Bedrock the "kid version", since it's more stripped down in features compared to Java, and getting access to w.i.p versions is a nightmare on Bedrock. If you want to play on older versions of the game, or want to play alot of custom maps, Java is the only choice for the former, and the superior choice for the latter. On the other hand, Bedrock is much more optimized than Java, as such it will perform better on lower-end hardwar
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  13. Bedrock is the version that is on the consoles like the switch. Java has support for texture packs and mods and gets the new updates before Bedrock. So if you want to play with your switch and pc together then bedrock, but if you only want to play between pcs then Java for sure, Don't buy Realms, if you can run a server off one of the pcs then its free. On the minecraft site there is a guide how to set up a server. But a LAN would be easier if you are all on the same network. You could try creative mode first and build something together as a start as well Have fun!
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  14. Version 1.0

    892 downloads

    Mod that fixes the small font issue in F.E.A.R., Extraction Point and Perseus Mandate. The archives are separated by resulotion, 1080p, 1440p and 4k (only for base game). Password for the archives is pcgw. Original authors of the mod are: Deus and montonero, the original Steam guide link and further instructions are here: How to fix the small subtitles font at big screen resolutions Big Thank you, Deus and montonero!
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  15. I admit I am currently playing a lot of Apex Legends (nearly 200 hours) and bought the Season 1 pass which I'm very happy with! Looking forward to the map changes and the new legend.
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  16. Version v1.0

    127,025 downloads

    TL;DR The DirectInputFpxFix fixes an input related FPS drop/slowdown problem that occurs in FEAR, its expansions, Condemned: Criminal Origins and other games. It is easy to install and does not require manual disabling of HID devices. Quick start guide: Extract the file dinput8.dll to the folder containing the executable of the game. For example: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\FEAR Ultimate Shooter Edition" Start the game like you would normally, for example directly through Steam or GOG Galaxy. Features The DirectInputFpsFix fixes a bug that causes the FPS to severe
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  17. Version 1.1

    59,258 downloads

    Texture mod replacing Xbox button prompts with DS4. Copy "data" folder from archive to "steamapps\common\NieRAutomata\".
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