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[PC] Bulletstorm Tweak thread

Discussion in 'Games' started by Kantham, Mar 6, 2011.

  1. Kantham

    Kantham Fool.

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    OPENING INI FILES: Bulletstorm uses heavy encryption on pretty much everything in the game, more so apparent, the INI files. Do note that the developer encrypted these files for some blatant reasons. Google for bulletstorm ini editor. Use at your own risk and wisely.

    Change your Field of View
    Remove mouse smoothing
    Physx & GFWL issue fix
    16bit colors and GFX errors fix
    The "divisible by 8" resolution issue fix
    "DLC?" unlocks
    Better splash
     
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  2. JohnDoe641

    JohnDoe641 Killer Fools Pro Staff Member

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    Why does every new game have that stupid mouse smoothing enabled?
     
  3. _Lynx

    _Lynx Strategic Military Services Staff Member

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    May be it's "replace the"? :D
     
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  5. toniglandyl

    toniglandyl internal data fragmentation : 62203480%

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    can't open the inis... :/ (gives me chinese stuff and all)
     
  6. UBerserker

    UBerserker old EPIC GAMES

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    Download the Bulletstorm INI editor and use it to open the files.
     
  7. Kantham

    Kantham Fool.

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    Someone has been reading my first post!
     
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    Kantham Fool.

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    Added to first post.
     
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    Actually I'm wondering if that will fix my issue with Viva Pinata too. The GFWL overlay wasn't working in that game.

    Anyway.
    You should add the screen resolution thing to the list as well (or, the link to the thread anyway... that's a lot of text); it could give people a surprising boost.
     
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  11. Kantham

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    I did after I spotted your edited post. Feel free to post more.
     
  12. Darkdrium

    Darkdrium 20% Cooler

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    Low poly "brown" characters when you get close to them (They look fine from far):
    Download the .ini in this thread (Follow the instructions from the guy), then you can lower everything but World Detail if the game is too demanding in performance. Don't touch World Detail or it will do it again.
    This also fixes the blue fog on the main menu bug. I do not think it fixes the divisible by 8 resolution bug, but it might. Anyways I had that but with High World Detail I can't play in 1680x1050 so it doesn't matter.
     
  13. Plumb_Drumb

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    btw, Kantham, that nxcooking.dll is only in sysWOW64 for the 64 bit OS's (not sure about XP 64 though).
    For the 32-bit Windows it would be in system32.
     

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