Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by morbias, Mar 16, 2015.
MGS V: Phantom Pain
some old bf4 with reshade..
some more shots (sorry if i am not have a photo mode for the game)
GTA V / SweetFX 2.0 & ENB
Metal Gear Solid 5 - The Phantom Pain
Omfg dude, awesome shots! i really miss my ultrawide monitor.
My dream monitor will be the Asus 3440x1440 100hz monitor! :banana:
Guild Wars 2
(ReShade and the settings from this post on Neogaf - though I also used the monochrome shader - so all credits to that person. - http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showpost.php?p=175386978&postcount=8083 )
(Worked better here than it did in Witcher 3 - http://postimg.org/image/xuzcrxzkv/ - guess it's very dependent on the game how the effect will turn out.)
EDIT: Effect relies heavily on downsampling so there's still some noise and artifacts since my screen res here is just under "4K" whereas you would likely want something much higher for best results, there's this shot on Flickr from another user showcasing it much better.
(Somewhat different settings but the same execution or how to say - black & white image with inverted color levels and cel-shading - though this makes use of multiple high-res shots via panorama, makes quite a difference and it also shows that the effect can be quite different from one game to another.)
EDIT: For those that are more skilled with ReShade / SweetFx it's (As far as I know.) also fully possible to set up custom "pragma" hotkeys for separate effects so with one key combination you could have "game settings" (For me I'm primarily only using SMAA when just playing the game.) and then something more stylized with another key binding like the above and then it would be possible to toggle between them in-game without having to alt-tab and toggle settings on and off in the config files before going back into the game.
GTA V / 3K&SweetFX
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.. the images were pretty darn small, made all of em 1600 res.
Witcher III 4k Reshade
64-bit game using OpenGL version 3.x something I think, bit dated visually and sound quality and voice acting isn't the greatest but the game itself is fun if you've liked their previous titles, plays pretty much the same too with a lot of physics interactions and being able to interact a lot with the environment.
Not that scary so far but there's not that many encounters from what I've read though the game probably has other ways of trying to scare you.
(ReShade is partially compatible but I can't get the depth buffer stuff to work at all though it can be a bit problematic with OpenGL in general it seems.)
EDIT: Huh well what do you know, I should have checked if PostImage was actually online before making this post.
(IMGUR seems to be timing out as well when I attempt to upload anything so yeah, whoops.)
use flickr man
also SOMA got a lot of performance problems
Isn't Flickr a subscription service? I'll give it a check.
EDIT: Well it requires signing in through Yahoo and that in turn requires a mobile number which I no longer have as I got rid of the mobile phone a while ago, didn't really use it and it was pretty ancient.
(Could make something up I suppose if it comes to that, no idea if that could backfire though in case they send some verification via SMS or whatever.)
EDIT: PostImage seems to be back up, finally.
EDIT: Seems you can edit the game files to hide the crosshair.