The biggest problem most of us face while recording gameplay clips with Fraps is its disk space usage. Fraps records everything uncompressed, continuously (free version is limited to 30 sec.) and sequential. Meaning from start till stop the “whole” clip is split into single 4GB files (For FAT32 filesystem user convenience). The length of a… Read more Fraps & VirtualDub: How to save disk space and enjoy good quality, small file size HD video clips
Back then I listed the “must-have” texture packs for Fallout 3 to greatly enhance F3’s graphics. Since then Bethesda released 5 DLCs (Operation Anchorage, The Pitt, Broken Steel, Point Lookout and Mothership Zeta), and modders have been going crazy. There are all kind of HD (HQ, HiRes or High-Res, same meaning different spelling) (re-)texture packs… Read more Must-Have High-Res Fallout 3 Texture Packs for official DLCs!
I’m not easily swayed and fascinated by a game. The last one that really, and I mean REALLY, fascinated me was Baldur’s Gate 2 and Fallout. Since then there have been a lot of good and very good games, but no diamonds so far. That is, until now. Trine, man I tells ya, ’tis game… Read more Trine – A platform game utilizing physics
As you can probably imagine I’m currently playing the 3rd new DLC, “Point Lookout”. It’s Bethesda’s 4th one and many more may come (I guess I was wrong, 5 is enough!). Point Lookout takes you to an isolated island, it is Fallout 3’s equivalent of Point Lookout State Park. An amusement park, with a huge… Read more The Hillbillies invade Fallout 3 – “Point Lookout” HD gameplay clips!
With my system (specs are at the end) I usually play games on 1920 x 1200 with 16xAF and 0xAA (ocassionally 2xAA). Now I love Fallout 3, take my blog name and think :). I usually use High Resolution Textures Mods ranging from 1024×1024 quality upwards to 4096×4096. But bear in mind, higher resolution textures… Read more Must-Have High-Res Texture Packs for Fallout 3