Welcome to the General Modding Thread where we can discuss all thing modding
(This is my fifth post but if the @admins or @moderators want me to take this post down i would take it down if request) (Also my apologies for the at sign to the admins and moderators i’m just doing this just in case if you were cool with this thread or not ?)
If anyone wants to mod another game, I would strongly advise going to another forum that specializes in the game you want to mod. That’s my 2 cents.
I’ll eat my words once this thread fills up with content for its intended purpose.
Resident Evil 4 HD Project: https://www.re4hd.com/
Textures, UVMapping, lighting, shadows, 3d models, water effects, etc.
So much love and dedication is put into this project.
Now, some self promotion:
Telltale Game of Thrones - Remove Ripple Effects
Telltale The Wolf Among Us - Hide various UI elements
Autohotkey fix for Splinter Cell:Chaos Theory so diagonal keyboard movement isn’t faster (and louder).
I’ve also modified Jurassic Park and Back to the Future (those big ass on screen buttons! ), but never thought the demand was high enough that I even bother to upload them. Heck, the things I HAVE uploaded is already niche.
When playing older games, always reference https://www.wsgf.org/ for any fixes.
Two prominent sites that feature an extensive list of widescreen fixes: http://ps2wide.net/pc.html https://thirteenag.github.io/wfp
(Is that still considered modding? Whatevs.)
Unless you’re 100% content with a game “out of the box”, you can never go wrong with mods and tweaks to make a game rise to your standard.
@Kcuts_Titogi We discussed the animation swapping on Discord. You can do this in real time with Cheat Engine for temporary effect but if you wish your game to be permanently modded you have to mod any given level’s anim file.