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Sonic Unleashed Project - Sonic Unleashed Total Conversion Mod - Sonic Generations PC

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  1. InsaneNutter

    InsaneNutter Resident Nutter Staff Member

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    A total conversion mod for Sonic Generations on PC. This mod requires the base game installed from Steam.

    This unofficial project ports most of Sonic Unleashed's daytime levels from the Xbox 360 version into Sonic Generations on PC. It also includes any improvements that are deemed as necessary to accommodate to the better control scheme, higher resolution graphics, and much smoother framerate. Note this page is a mirror of the ModDB page for the project, View the Sonic Unleashed Project on ModDB.




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    Current version: 1.0

    Download Sonic Unleashed Project - Sonic Unleashed Total Conversion for Sonic Generations PC (Digiex Mirror)

    Download Sonic Unleashed Project - Sonic Unleashed Total Conversion for Sonic Generations PC
    (Torrent - Still works, needs DHT enabled)


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    • No console limitations. This means support for unlimited resolutions, high-quality texture filtering and 60 FPS gameplay as long as you have the hardware for it. Stages that had performance problems in the original game now work perfectly (with a proper setup).
    • Eight Modern Sonic stages completely readapted from Sonic Unleashed. Lots of layout improvements, recreation of gimmicks, and fixing various bugs/glitches.
    • Brand new White World Stage for level selection. Enjoy the new soundtrack arranged by Falk.
    • Various High-Definition retextures
    • No mandatory RPG elements, no medal collection, no Werehog. (So just how a Sonic game should be ;))
    • Superior control scheme, player speed, consistent camera control (no wildly changing FOVs or distances that would make a player nauseous and confused), support for various skills (such as Super Sonic), etc.
    • Classic linear progression system for starting a new game. This new game won't overwrite your current save file (as long as you don't disable savefile redirection), so you can collect Red Rings and have new score and time records.
    • New Red Ring locations for each level. S Ranks will require you to speedrun and optimize your route as much as possible.
    • Alternate and experimental FxPipeline renderer included within the game. Provides support for special effects from Sonic Unleashed, such as directional shadows, directional light shafts, better motion blur, and much more! (Recommended to use)


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    Installing the mod
    Simple




      • Extract the contents of the file you downloaded to anywhere you want. Find where Sonic Generations is stored on your computer.
      • For example: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\sonic generations"
      • Simply copy the extracted files to the game's directory.
      • Run SonicGMI.exe as Administrator* (should be located in the same folder where SonicGenerations.exe is). If your Sonic Generations exe is not modified yet to support mods, simply click the Install/Uninstall button on the bottom.
      • *: Running as administrator is not a requirement, but it seems to help when creating the FxPipeline renderer.
    Configuring mods

    • Once your game is set up to support mods, all you need to do to play is enable them via SonicGMI.
    • To play the Unleashed Project, simply check the box next to its name on the mods list. If you intend to use the FxPipeline renderer, you should also enable the "Unleashed FxPipeline Shaders" mod the same way. Both configuration examples are shown here:

    Unleashed Project Configuration with FxPipeline:


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    Unleashed Project Configuration without FxPipeline:

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    Installing FxPipeline Renderer: Check the "Enable FxPipeline Renderer" box as shown here, and click on the "Create alternate executable" button. Please note this is a one-time operation only. Once it's available, the Save and Play button will be enabled.

    Optional
    There's an optional mod called "Unleashed Project Low End", which simply overrides various settings in the game to try to improve performance as much as possible,while sacrificing many graphical effects.

    Unleashed Project Configuration with FxPipeline with Low End Mod:

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    Unleashed Project Configuration without FxPipeline with Low End Mod:

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    View the Sonic Unleashed Project on Mod DB
    Email the team at: wentos2013@gmail.com
     

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  2. Trebor

    Trebor Dolphin Fan

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    Good to know! I checked out the ModDB page also and they say Segas stance is OK with the mod. Hopefully they won't take issue as this looks very tempting :) I'd have even paid for it so can't complain for free.
     
  3. Rockman

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    This looks pretty cool but I don't have Sonic Generations for PC.

    I somewhat like Sonic Unleashed, though, the werehog made me despise of it because it made the game tedious to play and uninteresting. I'm not sure I'll even bother to complete it as a whole.
     
  4. InsaneNutter

    InsaneNutter Resident Nutter Staff Member

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    Same as me, the Warehog stuff ruined the game however I did love the action stages. So really this total conversion is the "best of" Sonic Unleashed to me. I've tested it out and it works really well. A Solid 60fps in max detail, looks very nice!
     
  5. Cruzer

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    Awesome.i played Sonic Unleashed on Playstation 2 and if i remember well some stages are exactly the same man!Congratulations!
     

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