I'm starting a tweaking thread because I'm fed up with having to scour the internet to make a game look and run properly for practically every game I buy, or worse, scour the internet for hours and discover there is no fix. I'd like to use this thread as a place to post fixes and improvements for PC games that may be a resource for other people with the same games. If you find a way to fix a problem, such as getting a decent form of AA to work or getting a game to display in the correct resolution, post the title of the game in bold and add it. I'll start with re-posting some improvements for The Walking Dead with some added info. The Walking Dead (AA and SLI) I've discovered a way to get a real form of antialiasing working with The Walking Dead, at least if you have an Nvidia card. I've tested it; this method works. You'll need Nvidia Inspector. Head to the profile for The Walking Dead. You'll need to input 0x200002C1 for AA compatibility. Then turn on 4x MSAA and 4x sparse grid super sampling AA. Change LOD bias to -1.000 and make sure it is set to Allow rather than Clamp. This seemed to clean up the image considerably without blurring up the screen. It's not a demanding or technically advanced game, so with a decent card you'll have plenty of power to use a potent form of AA. Turn off any post processing AA; it is not needed if you are using supersampling and will only lower image quality. Also, there's a way to get SLI working. I just ran across this last night. It seems to work. The compatibility bit for Mass Effect and the Borderlands games, which is 0x02406405, seems to also work for The Walking Dead. It's ridiculous that this is something that needs to be found through testing by the consumer. This should be available standard at release or at minimum via an update.