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So I’m trying to get back into writing more fiction work, and I’ve found that the actual writing environment has a big impact on my productivity. When the look, feel, and sound of a tool matches the tone of the writing I’m working on, it gets so much easier to focus.
One of my favorite games of all time is System Shock 2, a first-person cyberpunk thriller RPG. It was released in the late 1990’s, was way ahead of it’s time, and occasionally I’ll play through it again just to immerse myself in the wonderful story-driven world it creates. So naturally, when I’m working on SF-heavy writing, a SF environment helps 🙂
To set that up, I used the following:
The sound files simply need to be extracted to the same folder where Q10.exe lives. The fonts can be set via the preferences pane inside Q10 (Ctrl+P).