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Monday, August 6th 2012, 11:06pm

Operation: Make Skyrim Beautiful

Done showcasing, Lock up Soko.

Feel's like battelog in here >.<....
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Monday, August 6th 2012, 11:11pm

thats amazing... My PC could never handle graphic settings like that but it looks like a different game.

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Monday, August 6th 2012, 11:20pm

I like the original far better, no offence. With these mods it is a matter of taste more than tangible improvement quite often from what I've seen, (except a pure texture upscale).

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Monday, August 6th 2012, 11:22pm

It looks pretty nice. How much of a hit do you take?

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Monday, August 6th 2012, 11:27pm

Too much shader. Dunno why people like having oversaturated, bright games.
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Monday, August 6th 2012, 11:33pm

I kinda agree, loses all the black/shadow detail and makes it loom blurry. But also mixes it in a way that's palatable to the eye. Looks sort of like Photoshops watercolour blur effect.

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Monday, August 6th 2012, 11:42pm

Haha, I've been up to the same thing recently. Personally I don't like the more saturated ENBs, I use 'A Balanced and Playable ENB' which IMO is both balanced and playable, and makes the game look much more beautiful. On top of that I use the Project Reality: Climates of Tamriel lighting/weather mod which is fantastic. I haven't tested FPS, but I don't feel like I've taken a hit using these mods and that's what matters in an SP game, right? The ENB is actually pretty close to Vanilla in terms of colour and stuff, but Project Reality makes the colours more 'real' and of course the variation in weather changes the game drastically.

One of the best things about modding Skyrim is just how much you can adjust it to your taste; I'll post up some screenies of my game when I get chance just to contrast how different mine looks to the OP's.
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Monday, August 6th 2012, 11:47pm

You make me want enough money for a PC now Auto ;D

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Monday, August 6th 2012, 11:53pm

Everything's foggier and overly bright. Definitely not better looking, IMO.

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Tuesday, August 7th 2012, 4:20am

I went from 55-60 FPS to about 40-45 so it wasnt a huge hit. For a single player game its not a big deal.


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That's DOF. Supposed to be like that. And it's actually much darker than vanilla at night.
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