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Although my computer can run its sequel, BlackSite, without a hitch besides having to enable vsync, I think that on certain systems, Area 51's textures are broken. The game starts fine, but the lighting becomes dark, and the textures become non-existent when I begin playing. Keep in mind, my PC specs include an AMD Ryzen processor and an RTX 2060 card. I should be able to run this game without a hitch, but no matter what I try, be it reinstalling the game, installing it in another directory, running in compatibility mode or trying the Project Dreamland version, the textures remain broken. It's a shame too, because Area 51 is a truly underrated gem and one of the better shooters of the 2000s, and I wanted to play through it again. Anyone have any ideas to what is happening?
17 downloadsAll credit goes to drennan a gog user I'm simply sharing the mod for preservation purposes. Drennan made the following mod and said this about it: This mod hides certain elements of the XIII user interface. To install, copy HUDFree.u and HUDFree.int into the System subfolder of your XIII folder. In the same folder, edit XIII.ini: Replace the value of the DefaultGame key with HUDFree.XIIIHUDFreeGameInfo in the Engine.Engine section of XIII.ini, like this: [Engine.Engine] DefaultGame=HUDFree.XIIIHUDFreeGameInfo Add the following section to XIII.ini to fine-tune what exactly is hidden: [HUDFree.XIIIHUDFreeHUD] bShowHealth=False bShowWeaponsItems=False bShowObjective=False bShowDialog=True bShowEndMessage=False bShowSave=False bShowPickup=False bShowOthers=False XIII-HUD-Free-Mod-1.0.1.zip