Texture mods for games may enhance the quality of the ingame graphics in a drastic way. But which mods are the most impressive so far? A website put together 15 games and compare the image quality of the original game with the enhanced version.
again videogames.de fails for the deus ex screens you need more than texture mods, you also needs the upgraded directx10 renderer for deus ex to achieve those screens links for deus ex graphics mods: textures: http://www.moddb.com/mods/d... models: http://www.offtopicproducti... directx10: http://kentie.net/article/d... (with this renderer you can enable anti aliasing, anisitropic filtering, more vibrant lightning, alpha transparency) but the screens on videogames.de are textures with Parallax mapping taken from a modders website, and he hasn't released that mod yet
The Alyx mod makes her look cheap.
on Cinematic Mod there's the option to use the default character models with upgraded textures. It's what I use
"The Alyx mod makes her look like a cheap whore." fixed.
any have the link to that crysis texture mod ?
How much more hardware power does the realism mod in Crysis need over the original? Is it something like twice as much??
Nowhere near twice as much. In fact some mods exist to make the game look better than the vanilla version while improving performance.
Some of them look like min graphics vs maz graphics.
Is a huge improvement when you use it. There are also mods that change the dept that textures and foliage render too.
This is fricking ridiculous: http://www.youtube.com/watc...
This rFactor 2 mod is incredible, about midway through they show the cockpit textures, blows my mind! Watch in HD! http://www.youtube.com/watc...
I've always been partial to the high res packs for Oblivion and Fallout 3. The games may look a little dated, but increased texture res helps out quite a bit!
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