Knights of the Old Republic was released in July 2003. Despite being six years old, it is still a very popular game, just like its sequel, Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. The modding community for these games, has been around for about five years now, and is showing no signs of slowing down, with new modders coming along all the time.
Yatsuke makes his FileFront debut today, with this mod, which he has dubbed "Exile Transitions". This is not a complete mod hoewever. From what I can gather over at Holowan Labs, this mod is just Part 1 of a series, which makes it a small segment of a much larger mod. What this mod does, is to modify the Dark Side Transitions for the sixth cacuasian head in the second Knights of the Old Republic game, The Sith Lords. The skins Yatsuke has made are by no means bad, but I know that for people who prefer their Dark Side Transitions to be as they were in the movies. This mod basically adds a tattoo to each of the PMHC06 textures, which in my opinion look a tad plastic when you look at them in the game. I looked at the texture files to find out why this could be, and it's because the tattoo's have been simply drawn on, without any consideration for the shadows and highlights on the skin itself, giving the tattoo's a rather flat appearence. It's not to everyones taste, but i'm sure that it is to a lot of other people's taste.
This mod does not use the TSL Patcher, as it wouldn't really have much use here, with no 2da files to merge. Installation instructions can be found in the readme file the author has provided.
Note: Please leave the author feedback, especially if you download this mod and use it. It really helps encourage the author to make more mods in the future.
PMHC06 Reskins Instructions;place in override folder in the swkotor 2 directory and enjoy (if no override folder create a new one named "Override") permission:use how you wish i dont care if you release this or a modified version of this on any other site as long as you say in the readme "Made by Yatsuke" Bugs: none found when test was conducted
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