This mod changes Assassin’s Creed 2 graphics into Cel-Shading and looks really great.
I'm a sucker for cel-shaded graphics. <3
Then came Dragon Queast 8, Okami, and Rogue Galaxy. I've been a sucker since. On a side note, it needs to be said how great the soundtrack for Assassin's Creed 2 is. The music is beautiful. EDIT: I couldn't tell the difference until I went to youtube to watch it. The bigger screen makes it easier to see the difference.
Bu bu but consoles can do this
Yes, yes they can. Thank you for the update.
This is sooo old. It came out when the game came out. N4G has really gone down in the dumps lately
The colors are more pronounced but I really don't see anything remotely different. -End statement
Ubisoft don't deserve modding community love. Apart from their DRM ,their PC releases are just direct ports.
Assasins creed + cel shaded graphics? no just NO.
Eh that's basically what Prince Of Persia(2008) was.
Now, is there a zombie mod?
http://www.youtube.com/watc... There's the video for those who don't enjoy having their eyes raped by awful ad ridden German sites. I have to say though, to be honest it just looks to me like playing with the contrast settings turned all the way up on your TV.
the video ain't clean enough for me to determine
I.. dont see the difference.
Yep, same for me.
Same for me too!
This really doesn't look like cel-shading. It just looks like extremely crushed blacks and brighter colour, like Kakihara said above.
yeah, i agree. cell shading tends to look like the image is on a flat plane. this is more like crayon shading, oil painting kinda looks.
i was wondering how borderlands would look like if the cel shading were off
It's not cellshading it's an Ink Outlines photoshop filter.
it looks like the contrast is too high and someones changed the color settings
Now way this is cel-shading... The illumination shader might be changed to an cel-shading shader, but it just doesn't look right... Maybe the creator should have cel-shaded the textures as well... It just looks like the creator has used a bad tone mapping operator...
lol. this definitely isn't cel-shaded
It is, watch it on Youtube. Also, the curves adjustment makes the shadows look a ton better.
Here's the cell shaded video, to be honest it doesn't look cell shaded that much.
Many PC mods suck and only a few are great like the fallout 3 natural lighting mod and the trees and grass mod that makes it look like oblivion. I like a few of the crysis mods also, One makes crisis look better and even RUN better FPS. lol@ EA for doing a junk job on the crytec game engine that a modder can make it look and run better.
Try playing Counter Strike, Insurgency, zombie panic, DOTA .. You will start loving mods.
This probably is not a cell shaded mod. In all likelyhood it is just someone playing with a a TV setting contrast turned all the way up. Il bet thumbs down will start flying my way by the ps3 fanboys.
Interesting though is how if this really was cell shaded graphix then isnt any real improvement over the original version. Then the ps3 fanboys who wrote and approved this article just pwned themselves. [email protected]
... But..it's on the pc..
What the fuck are you talking about!?
The irony is that your screen name is "awiseman"...yet there is not a shred of tact or wisdom your completely irrelevant post.
if anything i would want a physX mod or patch for ac
Did you see the draw distance on that bush? It was like 3 feet? I get closer to bush then that.
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its good except for all the graphic tearing :/
This really doesn't look like cel-shading. It just looks like extremely crushed blacks and brighter colour, like Kakihara said above."
Couldnt agree more, looks hideous fran an artistic standpoint
"subtlety is key"
Doesn't look like cel-chading, just darker contrast. Cel-shading for me is Prince of Persia on PS3/Xbox 360. and Okami, when everything looks like an painting.
its why i love pc gaming .
One day there will be an article of a PC gamer ACTUALLY playing a video game. Till then, here are some modding/tweaking articles
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