Hi, I'm Veliremus! I'm an independent creator of narrative experiences. Mods, mostly. I pick a game that strikes my fancy, and try to make an immersive, emotional narrative experience for it. Story is always the main focus, and I try to be progressive, using storytelling techniques that are unique to games. As I work by myself, I tend to keep these stories short and sweet. Check out some of my projects on my site and Steam profile, and support me if you feel like I deserve it. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or comments!

For instance, check out my Quest for Skyrim called It Beats For Her !

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Get this game if you like System Shock / Deus Ex style "immersive sims" and solid sci-fi stories.

The mysterious opening is one of the more enticing narrative hooks in recent history. That level of mystery is maintained throughout, culminating in a surprisingly intriguing ending. Because of the convincing world and character building, you get invested in what happened and happens on Talos 1: everything you do feels relevant, and all the people you engage with (directly or indirectly) feel like real, living characters. The freedom you have to tackle objectives and challenge is expertly balanced, never feeling to constrained or too loose. I loved the narrative, including the main branching stories and the smaller side stuff (Danielle Sho was my favorite). On top of that, the PC version looks and runs great -- an excellent PC port. Highly recommended.

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Malicious-Sauropod Jan 12, 2015 @ 2:21pm 
Haha Yeah I know what you mean one could consider a murderer or psychopath just as much a monster as any beast.
Veliremus Jan 12, 2015 @ 3:37am 
Yes, I intended to have what the "monster" is remain vague. However, it's probably not really a monster in the classical sense -- it's not a vampire or werewolf. It's basically up to you to determine what kind of monster that man really is. After all, a monster can many shapes or forms besides just a creature with a row of sharp teeth. Thank you for playing!
Malicious-Sauropod Jan 5, 2015 @ 3:04am 
Hi Veliremus, I just played your "It beats for her" skyrim quest mod (which I thouroughly enjoyed) and was wondering wether you could answer a few questions for me? Are you supposed or abl to find out "what" the monster is or is that supposed to remain a mystery? All in all my question is, is it supposed to remain a mystery? Or are there hidden clues to find the details?