Small modification allows you to rotate buildings when you are placing them during a game.
MOVIE: A crazy story of two cops attempting to capture a mysterious sorcerer for speeding on Highway LoLoL. Titans Only. 20 min long.
This is the full version of the Lost Legion already posted on the site. It was split into 2 files (map and audio), so here is the version with BOTH included. The old ones are still up and you can download them at the following addresses (good for 56kers):
Map: The Lost Legion (1.0)
Audio: The Lost Legion (music)
And here's the descreption from the original file for reference:
One moment, they stood under the skies of Gaul, facing each other in a strange duel of survival. In the hand of the Roman tribune Marcus Scarus was the spell-scribed sword of a Druid priest. The Celtic chieftain Viridovix held a similar sword, bespelled by a rival Druid sorcerer. Then, as the two swords touched, a dome of golden light flared out and surrounded Marcus, Viridovix, and three cohorts of Caesar's legions. The next moment, they found themselves under a strange night sky where no stars were familiar and where Gaul and Rome were unknown. They were in an outpost of the embattled Empire of Videssos - in a world where magic and dark sorcery would test their skill and courage as no Roman legion had ever been tested before.
Singleplayer scenario for The Titans expansion freely ispired by the Videssos Cicle by Harry Turtledove.
"In a hole in the ground, there lived a Hobbit. Not a nasty, dirty, wet hole, filled with the ends of worms and an oozy smell, nor yet a dry, bare sandy hole with nothing in it to sit down on or to eat: it was a Hobbit-hole, and that means comfort." - The Hobbit, by John Ronald Reuel Tolkien
The scenario 'The Hobbit' chronicles nearly every major plot point in the novel, from the encounter with the Trolls to the Battle of Five Armies. I tried to stay as close to the original story as possible, incorporating a lot of dialogue straight from the book. Other features include:
- Different gameplay methods such as stealth and strategy
- RPG elements such as sub-quests
- A level-up system based on the number and type of enemies you kill
- A bonus mission should you reach high enough a level
- Cinematic cut-scenes render important points of the plot
- An 'html' readme file which contains many tips and tricks, as well as a comprehensive walkthrough for every sub-quest and power-up in the game
- Different modes of gameplay for beginners and experts
NOTE: The scenario can theoretically be played on all difficulty levels, with varying degrees of difficulty respectively. I would play on 'Easy' though, for that is what I based my play-testing on.
Item Placement: 9
Size vs. Usefulness: 10
Installation Instructions: 10
Overall Rating: 9.2
"GLADIATOR - Maximus Modpack" by King Jared
Thank you for downloading the modpack. The mod will add the unit Maximus from the movie
GLADIATOR (Dreamworks, 2000, starring Russell Crowe and Joaquin Pheonix), as he appears
fighting the undefeated gladiator Tigris of Gaul. The unit is based on the animations
of the General Melagius unit from THE TITANS expansion.
~> Highly detailed cinematic texture
~> Double-resolution standard texture
~> Highly detailed cinematic and standard shield textures
~> Customized unit icons
~> Customized ProtoUnit stats
~> DLL defined name and roll over information
~> Unit history (based on the movie, not history)
- Removes the desktop folder that somehow got included in the extractor of version 1.0.
- Head and face textures edited to give the unit a closer likeness to Russell Crowe.
Used a still from the DVD to capture facial features.
- Standard texture edited so that armor designs appear correctly. Were shown flipped in
- Adds the ProtoUnit information in a separate text file, for those who wish to install
the modpack, but have other mods with an edited protox.xml/xmb installed.
Hi everyone, welcome to another 'Sunday Discussion'. Over the last few months, I have had the pleasure to talk to a number of people from all over the modding community and the reception has been great.
Today I bring you Gambit77, author of the hugely popular 'Weaponsmith Extended' and 'Armorsmith Extended'. He talks to us about his favourite 'things', his friends down the street, his history of gaming and what he has lined up in the future. Gambit77 is just a really fun person to chat to... enjoy!
Firstly, I would like to thank you for the time you are giving up to speak to me, it’s most a ...(continue reading the full article)
We're back again with some more staff picks, this week SirSalami dives headfirst into the world of Stardew Valley with a mod to make this awesome little adventure game 'hard'; TerrorFox1234 tries his hand at the mod S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Chernobyl after my recommendation last week; and I get one of my favourite gameplay mechanics into one of my favourite games!
Our guest contributor this week is ZZZ02, their selection is a total overhaul mod for Oblivion, so be sure to check that out.
We love to hear your selections, so if you have a mod you would like to submit to the community (not your own) ...(continue reading the full article)
Thank you to everyone who joined in last night's AMA (Ask Me Anything) with our guest Elianora. It was a resounding success and I'm very grateful for the time that she and the community put aside to make it what it was. The questions received were great and I know Eli had a lot of fun answering them all.
If you fancy taking a listen to the event, then please head on over to SoundCloud where we have uploaded the audio. ...(continue reading the full article)
This week there is quite a diverse range of Staff Picks. SirSalami has found a good option to multi-task within Skyrim; TerrorFox1234 has been looking at add-on mods for the new HUDFramework that was mentioned in a previous weeks pick, and I have gone back to a game (or version of) that I loved many years ago.
We love to hear your selections, so if you have a mod you would like to submit to the community (not your own), please check out this new and handy form. Please fill out the form completely and ensure that you add some details about the mod and why you have chosen it (similar to how we h ...(continue reading the full article)
Todays Sunday Discussion is with the 'Queen of Chickens' - Jokerine. With (currently) 245 mods on the site, Jokerine really shows that modding can be both addictive and highly enjoyable. Her interview really made me smile because of her passion, her love of memes and getting into modding due to a 'dare'. Happy Sunday discussion everyone.
Firstly I would like to thank you for the time you are giving up to speak to me; it’s most appreciated.
You’re most welcome! Thank you for having me. I’m honored!
If you don’t mind, could you just let us know a little bit about you?
There isn’t much to s ...(continue reading the full article)
On Sunday the 15th January, we are holding an AMA (Ask Me Anything) with Elianora, one of Nexus Mods most prolific mod authors, and creator of some beautiful abodes, armours and gear for the Bethesda games Skyrim, Fallout 4 and Fallout New Vegas. We would love for you to come and be a part of it.
Our previous AMA with Dark0ne, the owner of Nexus Mods, went down incredibly well with the community and gave people an opportunity to ask whatever they desired. The questions varied wildly from ‘the future of this website’ to ‘his favourite vehicle’ and everything in-between. However...(continue reading the full article)
Firstly, a big "Happy New Year" to you all! We hope that you all enjoyed the festive period and are now relaxed, ready and rejuvenated to begin 2017 with some incredible mods.
Today we bring you a few mods that we have tried out over the Christmas break. I have been playing a mix of games, but returned once again to the wasteland in Fallout 4, SirSalami managed to nab himself a bargain with Mass Effect 2 and Terrorfox1234 has been annoying enemies in Skyrim and running away. Today's guest pick is from our community member arecaidianfox and is a great alternative to 'Fast Travel' within Skyrim. ...(continue reading the full article)
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It's come to that time of year when we prepare to see in the new year, whether it is with the chink of glass with family and friends, an early night in bed or being sat in front of the television/computer. Yep, 2017 is soon to be upon us! So with champagne and leftover Christmas morsels in hand, Michael Buble still blaring out his renditions of well-loved Christmas songs and people preparing to nurse a hangover, I can't think of a better time to reminisce with our wonderful community over what has happened this past year at Nexus Mods.
While 2016 has been harsh for the she ...(continue reading the full article)
It's coming to the end of the year and the festive season is upon us, so this will (probably) be the last staff pick until 2017. We have been pleased with the response from the community and the feedback we have received, so are looking forward to the new year and trying out more of the mods you guys are producing.
We love to hear your selections, so if you have a mod you would like to submit to the community (not your own), please check out this new and handy form.
Just remember that other mods on the site may do roughly the same thing, so keep your eyes peeled and understand that these are ...(continue reading the full article)
Today I bring you IceCreamAssassin, author of 'Legacy of the Dragonborn'. This quest mod is currently on its 16th major update and will shortly see v17 released. The loyal and devoted fan base ensure that there are always people on hand to answer questions and its mod forum holds the second highest number of posts for a quest mod.
We chat about what's next for IceCreamAssassin, what his gaming history consists of, how he got the quirky handle and what he feels about modding for consoles. Please give him a warm Nexus Mods reception and feel free to comment below.
Hi IceCreamAssassin, thank you fo ...(continue reading the full article)