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Thursday, August 08, 2019


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Trey Mus

This sim is actually the second incarnation of this place. Drune was the original and it had interiors you could go in. There were I believe 4 apartments, at least a couple bars and lots of other random buildings to go inside. The layout in aftermath is the same. If you went to the original, you would feel as though this is the shell of the place you once saw...before whatever mysterious force turned the city into what it is today...

Vladimir Porterfield

Hello and thanks for this beautiful review.
May I ask, how do You manage to explore these kind of worlds without any lag or texture loadings, freezes? Can You, please, share what options do You use, because I can't apparently fine tune then properly.

Thank You.

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