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Windows 10 Review for Dummies
By Ivory_Soul
Posted on 08/11/15
After all these years, and growing up with Windows 3.1, I have seen an entire evolution of computers and software. Touch screens and large resolutions were a pipe dream just 15 years ago. Now it's the norm. Going from a Packard Bell (yes, before HP) that couldn't run 3D Ultra Mini...


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It's A Mod, Mod World.
Posted on Wednesday, January 22 2014 @ 13:45:58 PST

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Since we haven't had any Vox Pop entries for a while, why not take the time to share what I've been doing these past few months now that I've assembled my PC rig. Being that Jessica is a tech expert (a part of the reason why I call her Tali), I asked for her assistance and advice in putting together the beast, and now I can pretty much throw anything at it on Ultra High settings without any problems. The only thing I can possibly do is add a little more RAM and another GeForce graphics card, but I'll wait until I actually need them.

Most of what I've been doing is modding, thanks to Steam Workshop and Nexus Mods. I've always meant to replay Skyrim and Fallout: New Vegas, if just to finally finish the main storylines without getting sidetracked, so why not do it with some helpful mods? So far, I've added Mass Effect characters to Civilization V. I've added a heap of better textures and foliage to Skyrim, including a mod that introduces pouches and carrying cases for additional inventory weight.

The best mod I've experienced so far has to be Nevada Skies for Fallout: New Vegas. I ultimately had to turn it off due to freezing issues, but the few days I left the mod on transformed the game. On the outset, it doesn't seem like it would change much of anything apart from adding a few optional weather effects and some decent sky textures. At night, though, the Mojave Wasteland becomes smothered in darkness, with but a handful of lit windows and streetlamps guiding the way.

Not only does it provide a welcome creep factor to travelling at night (like one instance where I met two deathclaws, oh ****!), but it also makes the city of New Vegas that much more coveted. It's always a wonder why everyone is so enamored by a place that tends to rob people of their caps. But at night, it becomes a beacon of hope in the distance, a guiding star to help travellers and brahmin merchants return home safely. Nevada Skies becomes not just a mod for realism, but for elevating the context of the storyworld.

Currently, I'm experimenting with romance options in Dragon Age: Origins with Equal Love, that allows for gay and lesbian relationships, and Polygamy, which allows your character to woo anyone and everyone in the game without all those jealousy issues (which is really just a time-saver so that I don't have to play multiple times for multiple romances). Anything that prepares me in time for Inquisition is well worth it.

What is the best mod you've experienced so far? Any you recommend?

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Join The Vox Populi!
Posted on Monday, May 6 2013 @ 12:50:13 PST

This member blog post was promoted to the GameRevolution homepage.

We're looking for more Vox Pop articles from the community to be featured in the spotlight on the front page.

If you have something you would like to say about video games, write about it in the GR blog in your profile and Game Revolution might just prop your article for everyone to see. All articles that make it to the Vox Pop have a chance of winning our monthly $20 Vox Pop prize in the form of a code for XBLA, PSN, or Steam.

For some examples of articles that made it to the Vox Pop, here's a handy list. Winners are announced at start of every month and can be found in the following archive.

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Why M.U.G.E.N. 1.0+ Rocks!
Posted on Monday, November 19 2012 @ 14:28:02 PST

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I thought everyone in the GR community was on hiatus, playing their Halos, Assassin's Creeds, and Call of Dutys, but it seems there was also a glitch on the blogs (which affected me at least). Either way, I've decided to write a Vox Pop of my own to get things rolling again. That's right, Nick Tan has ninja'd the Vox Pop. I'll just give myself that prize, bwahaha. (Just kidding.)

Anyway, I won't blame you if the first thing you think of when you hear "Mugen" is Samurai Champloo. Your heart is in the right place.

M.U.G.E.N. is actually a freeware PC fighting game simulator where you can combine all of the 2D fighters together in one happy, fistful, belligerent family. I've spoken about this amazing piece of software before, and I've had M.U.G.E.N. on my computer for several years. But it wasn't until now (oh, how I blame myself) that I realized that there was an HD upgrade called M.U.G.E.N. 1.0+.

So I downloaded the new M.U.G.E.N., recalibrated the system, crossed the streams, and now I can have Wolverine from Marvel vs. Capcom face off against Ryu from Street Fighter II HD Remix with lifebars from Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter.

Or how about Glacius from Killer Instinct versus a 2D version of Captain Falcon fighting on Guile's iconic stage? I can even add in Scorpion and Sub-Zero, just for Anthony. Or perhaps, just for Daniel, have Crash Bandicott get double teamed by.... well anyone, because he deserves it.

If you're interested in the wonder of M.U.G.E.N. 1.0+, you can find info at Mugen Fighters Guild or other Mugen sites. There's plenty of information out there, though it can be a little tricky to understand where to place things and how to modify the text files at first. Still, it's worth it. Oh, is it worth it.

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Kids on the Slope - Best Anime This Year, Watch For Free?!
Posted on Wednesday, July 11 2012 @ 15:32:02 PST

Kids on the Slope has just finished its 12-episode run and I highly recommend watching all of it, perhaps in one sitting if that's your style. Jazz is a central theme that brings the characters together, which is a great thing consid...   read more...

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New Monthly Vox Pop Prize!
Posted on Friday, June 1 2012 @ 13:53:18 PST

We admit that we haven't been giving enough love to the Vox Pop, so we're giving it a much needed boost.

All blog entries strong enough to be featured in the Vox Pop will appear in both the main stream as well as the side box o...   read more...

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New Featured Prize (and Revolutionary Prize) for Vox Pop
Posted on Wednesday, July 7 2010 @ 15:55:36 PST

View the following manifesto for more details:
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Framed for life.
Posted on Friday, May 21 2010 @ 02:43:44 PST

Angles are right. Charcoal tables, automatic blinds, wide glass doors to rust-proof patio. No scent in the air. No dust on the floor. Roomba lines. Contemporary, chic. 2 bedroom, 2 bath. A magazine cover, from each direction, every. Eyes on all sides...   read more...

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UPDATE: Vox Pop Under Renovation
Posted on Wednesday, May 12 2010 @ 18:24:57 PST

I recently featured 10000_Squirrels' editorial "In-Game Collectibles, My Personal Demon", but it seems I need to update everyone on some decisions. I will re-feature the editorial over the weekend or on Monday, because this blog doesn't nee...   read more...

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E3 2009 Day Three Coverage - Featuring DC Universe Online, Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story, Heavy Rain
Posted on Thursday, June 4 2009 @ 22:32:51 PST

Contents: DC Online Universe, Lego Rock Band, Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story, Real Heroes: Firefighters, Heavy Rain

DC Universe Online
Publisher: Sony Online, Rating: Pending (likely 'T'), Platforms: PS3 & PC, Release Date...   read more...

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E3 2009 Day Two Coverage - Featuring Project Cube, Dissidia Final Fantasy, and Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10
Posted on Wednesday, June 3 2009 @ 21:15:49 PST

Contents: Mini-Ninjas, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Smash-Up, Project Cube, Dissidia Final Fantasy, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10, Marvel Super Hero Squad

Publisher: Eidos, Rating: Pending (likely 'E10'), Platforms: Xbox 3...   read more...

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