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#1 12 years ago

It all began when I first noticed the strang outfit of the Axis Infantry. I searched all over the forums to find better skins, and after a little editing, copying and pasting here and there, I finally got some decent suits. Another problem that bugged me was the english speaking germans. <--Affected my mood in play the game Thank god that I found axis sound-set uploaded by some guy with a german version of the game~ Lastly was the swastika thing, which is a controversial issue almost everywhere. I mean, we are playing a game full of swearing and violence. The game has detailed animation on how a man is dismantled, I don't think adding some buddhist symbol from the war is gonna made much difference. We'd definitely want the game to stay as close to the origin as possible - who wants to play a WWII game featuring US rangers with bows and arrows? Or perhaps German pathers with ice-cream selling service?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91WpuTqtYUY




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#2 12 years ago

the uniforms look cool really put this into a mod and ill download it also what mod did you use for the opel blitz




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#3 12 years ago

maybe can you add more realistic camo on the panzer tanks that would be nice




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#4 12 years ago

I placed a flag on the opel blitz myself. The mod has been modified from KMOD of kyranor Download KMOD from here http://forums.relicnews.com/showthread.php?t=114853&page=1&pp=15 But you need to switch symbols yourself




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#5 11 years ago

This skin pack contains skins that I have used in my movie. I did skins for flags and used Halftrack's axis unit skins.

http://www.badongo.com/file/1759820

Installation(for newbies): 1.Create a new mod with corsix's program. Ex: my_mod 2.Close corsix's program. 3.Go to my_mod\Data\art\models\races , and dump the axis folder (that you downloaded) into it. 4.Create a short cut to relicCOH.exe 5.Right click on the short cut and click on 'contents' 6.Type in -modname my_mod -dev behind the target contents you will get something like Example: "X:\blah...\blah...\RelicCOH.exe" -modname MY_Mod -dev 7.Hence a shortcut to your my_mod is completed.