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  1. Version 1.0.0

    805 downloads

    Fixes video playback for Man of Medan. Installation : 1. Extract to the Root of the game directory eg. X:\Steam\steamapps\common\The Dark Pictures Anthology - Man of Medan 2. Run Apply_Patch.bat and wait until it finishes 3. Confirm with any button 4. Enjoy
  2. Confirmed to be coming out on PC (Windows 10).
  3. I just watched this properly and I think it is impressive how well Repawn has graphically presented the Star Wars look and feel. However the overall gameplay looks incredibly generic and boring, especially when we know what a studio like Respawn is capable of. The enemy AI for the Stormtroopers looks braindead and the fights look boring. And there’s too much platforming/traversing in this demo that isn’t interesting. One of the first proper PC games I played online was Dark Forces II: Jedi Knight, and I’m not sure if it’s the nostalgia but it feels like later games on that series had more interesting lightsaber action and fighting and certainly this game looks dull in comparison.
  4. Marioysikax

    Rayman Origins PS3 videos

    Version

    583 downloads

    http://pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Rayman_Origins Higher quality video files ripped from PS3 version of the game and converted to bink format to use with the PC version. Sample.bik and Intro.bik videos have higher frame rate of 59.94 FPS. Mirror: https://mega.nz/#!BAgliayZ!w1msYYdGrdwebcSNIbd0LQ2OxXFYNSa28Tr-wPKc-04 MD5: 60AA9C1BA282E53CF693FC80E772CAB0
  5. Version

    3,046 downloads

    Original source: FilePlanet This is the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II – The Sith Lords High Quality Movies Patch. An officially released patch, it provides upscaled replacements of the in-game cutscenes. Note that this patch is not required for the Steam or Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Collection 2 DVD versions of the game. Also, the upscaled content can only be viewed on resolution greater than or equal to 1600x1200. Otherwise, it will default to 640x480.
  6. GeekMarty

    Alien Isolation Video Settings

    From the album: Alien Isolation

  7. Axper

    koh_blank_intros.zip

    Version 1

    1,503 downloads

    Disables intro videos.
  8. Fwinest JediThug

    Beyond Good & Evil - Widescreen fix

    Version

    8,246 downloads

    Extract the files to the same folder as BGE.exe and edit the included .ini file to achieve your desired resolution. Don't forget to set the game's resolution to the same values as you did in the .ini, failing to do so will result in resolution glitches in most cases.
  9. Other Places is a set of amazing videos of game locations with terrific production values and great use of music. These striking and hauntingly beautiful videos produced by @ultrabrilliant, a British games journalist. Obviously created on PC, most likely using various tools to hide the interface and clip through the world to find the most interesting and evocative shots. I wonder what the general techniques are for this kind of video capture? Here's a sample: Click here to view the article
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