Now that the console in Witcher 3 can be accessed, I started to compile the list of Books and Notes. Add them simply via additem(‘Bookname’) …
If you have been working with the Skyrim console you realize that some tasks are super tedious. For example adding perks, removing perks. Noone wants to type in 50000 hex codes and here is where this little utiliy come in!
This is the very last scene in Mass Effect 3. Shepard is, together with the catalyst, at the top of the citadel. He can choose 3 possible solutions, which will show 3 different final cut scenes – or not 😀
Ashley, a female Alliance Soldier, who fought and possibly shared your bed in Mass Effect 1 becomes a possible romance option in Mass Effect 3 again. I have 2 save games for you, the first one should give you the paramour achievement and the second is the actual love scene.
A possible romance option in Mass Effect 3 is Miranda, the (Ex-)Cerberus Agent. Halfway through the game she makes an appearance where you can select if you still have interest in her (provided you did in ME2) and later on she meets you in the presidential commons for this Scene.
Haven’t even started to play properly but ended up more interested tweaking Mass Effect 3 more than actually playing it. As usually I started using Cheat Engine to tweak Credits and Power Points, but that ended up being somewhat unreliable, a few issues came up. Mass Effect 3 brings a more convenient way to tweak stuff, the Coalesced.bin, formerly known as Coalescd.ini in Mass Effect 2.
If you recall Cynthia in Act 2, you will surely remember the love scene with Philippa Eilhart. Since a nude model exists, it can be extracted the usual way and by swapping out the models will make her appear undressed at every scene ingame.
Out of curiosity I was looking at the xml-files in the Witcher 2 folder and noticed that there were some skin definitions. It was rather easy to make Triss Merigold appear nude everywhere. Sure it may be childish, on the other hand it doesn’t hurt anyone to give thes dark times a pleasant, bright contrast.