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Here’s some tips for any of our Total Rome fans in how to fix some of the graphical errors.
Once you clear the opening, open your settings menu and enable unlimited video memory. This feature will allow Total Rome to access your computer’s virtual memory, although it will hinder your FPS but it can be fixed as well by turning off Vegetation.
Here’s a before shot:
Here’s the after shot:
This information was brought to me directly from Drakulus. Although he can play this game on max settings, he had to lower a lot of the settings to fix these problems. “The game looks a lot better now and I’m enjoying it a lot more than I did when I first loaded it up,” says the gaming beast, himself. “If the game is still giving you problems after you configure it then try adjusting the shader model. This is just what worked best for me and I can’t guarantee it’ll work as well for you.”
I hope this post has helped some of you optimize your gaming prowess. Now go take names and own some foreign asses! Remember to sport your commemorative ear necklace! It’s very in right now. Feel free to leave a comment if this doesn’t resolve your issue and we’ll try our best to help you out. Don’t forget to click that follow button if like what you read here!