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  1. Version 6.0.0

    1,546 downloads

    Anima Edition for Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Installation --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- There are separate installs for both 2560x1080, 3440x1440 and 5120x1440. Follow the steps below in order. 1. I recommend playing in 2.25x DSR DL Mode. Set 2,25x DSR DL Mode via nvidia control panel and set desktop to 2.25x DSR DL Mode resolution. 2. Launch game and select borderless windowed mode in game launcher. Also select high video quality settings and 2560x1440 or 1920x1080. 3. Launch one of the games from the game launcher. Once ingame press escape and select ultrawide resolution in graphics options. Tweak graphics options to max and close game. 4. Download the file specific to your monitor and drop the files in your Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster steam game folder. 5. Start game. Happy Gaming. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- All fixes are listed below. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Custom Render Resolutions revamped. 8k Fog, Textures and Shadows added. High Quality Effects added. Custom UI for FFX. FFX-2 partially fixed UI for now. Sphere Grid Revamped Upscaled for FFX. Outdoor Aspect Ratio fixed for all .exe's. Indoor Aspect Ratio fixed for all .exe's. True scrolling on 4x3 added to FFX only for now. Map Fixed for both FFX and FFX-2. Large address aware added for extra stability for both FFX and FFX-2. And lots more! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- You can report anything wrong with the mod on here or on WSGF discord channel. There is still small things to fix with FFX. FFX-2 I will still have to work on the UI and indoor 4x3 scrolling. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shout out to the team from WSGF for the support! This mod couldnt have been done without Phantom's SUWSF module. Big shout out to PhantomGamers! https://github.com/phantomgamers/suwsf#module --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Cheers everyone and I hope you enjoy the ultrawide fix.
  2. https://www.pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Final_Fantasy_VII_(2012): This version of the game's wiki page says it doesn't support a 4K resolution and I've also heard that the 2012 Square Enix version supports a rendering resolution of up to 1080p from this video here: My question is whether or not this is actually true because I'm playing the Steam version on a 2560 x 1440 monitor and not only does the game's launch window actually recognize my monitor's native resolution but judging by my own eye balls the game seems to actually be rendering in 1440p too. I've also tried playing in 1080p on my 1440p monitor and the game looked a little blurrier in that resolution so I feel like it could be true that the game does render in higher resolutions than just 1080p. Then again the game does also seem to be a little blurry if I stretch the image through the launch window, even at 1440p (though the image is being stretched so I don't know). Of course I don't have a 4K display to test if the game can render in 4K at the moment but regardless I'm still curious whether or not the game only being able to render in up to 1080p is true or not? If anyone is able to test this or definitively prove this please let me know.
  3. Version 2.0

    461 downloads

    Final Fantasy XIII - Console Button Prompts Mod Created By: Krisan Thyme Special Thanks: Echelo (Research / Programming / Support) Scarlet Crusade (Extensive Testing / Support) Version: 2.0 - Instructions - 1. Copy all files contained within the ZIP file to your FINAL FANTASY XIII\white_data\ directory. 2. Run the "Install Console Button Prompts" BAT file, and wait for it to finish processing the files. 3. Once it is finished, close the prompt window and play the game, you're all good to go! Important Notes: - While in-game go to Settings > On-Screen Button Explanations, and set the option to "Controller Type." Changelog: 1.0 - First Release. - Implemented a custom set of PS3 style Icons. - Implemented a custom set of 360 style Icons. 1.0.1 - Colorized the QTE prompts. 1.1 - Revised certain textures. 1.2 - Updated the installation process. - Revised all textures to better match the console prompts. 2.0 - Condensed Button Prompt mods into a single installer. - Minor revision to the PlayStation prompts to better fit the interface.
  4. This post from @Wario64 shows new Final Fantasy VII Remake PS4 box cover art, which indicates PS4 exclusivity until 3/3/21. Whilst PC version has not been announced, we expect a PC release as Square Enix has been prioritising the PC platform for all their Final Fantasy releases in recent years. This new box art information is not a confirmation of a release date, but it gives us an indication of the very earliest possible release date for the PC version of the game which would come after March 3rd, 2021. Here is the tweet with the new box art:
  5. Obviously having a restrictive monetisation policy is an enormous mistake, given the size and importance of the video streaming audience. This kind of policy discourages professional streamers from tackling the game, for example, TotalBiscuit who stated on Twitter that he will not be covering Final Fantasy XIV. What do you guys think? Is this totally mad? And of course with the launch, we're looking for help to update the Final Fantasy XIV PCGamingWiki page, so please update away if you have a copy of the game. Via /r/games.
  6. After a bumpy pre-launch, Final Fantasy XIV is now available. However, a curious new 'Materials Usage Policy' has been unearthed which comes into effect today, and makes statements such as: Obviously having a restrictive monetisation policy is an enormous mistake, given the size and importance of the video streaming audience. This kind of policy discourages professional streamers from tackling the game, for example, TotalBiscuit who stated on Twitter that he will not be covering Final Fantasy XIV. What do you guys think? Is this totally mad? And of course with the launch, we're looking for help to update the Final Fantasy XIV PCGamingWiki page, so please update away if you have a copy of the game. Via /r/games. Click here to view the article
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