gotta say the build your own home mod is a brilliant idea it would work really nicely as part of the actual game giving you something to work toward although im a little dissapointed that we didnt get to see the interior but oh well off to steam i go to check it out for myself
@shaunmc Is it possible that with every skyrim mod show you could also talk about their effect on your save game? I recently had a bloated save game on my main Skyrim save file and my only way out was to start a new game. No clean save or anything could help it.
I would appreciate if you could do either a disclaimer before the show, or the best would be to just tell the viewers if you saw any effect on your save game size after using this mod, or all these mods collectively.
@bandarman That's kind of the tricky thing about mods--you never know how one is going to react with another. That's why I always tend to use a clean save file every week, and only combine the current 5 mods. I very rarely return to an old save file from previous episodes, so the snowball effect of using more and more new mods isn't really something I can speak to.
It is odd that loading an old save file didn't seem to work for you. I've never had that problem myself. Occasionally I've deleted every mod and reinstalled the game, then dropped in a cleans save file from earlier and had it work just fine. Did that not work for you?
if you dont like them dont get them its as simple as that i personally go for mods that expand the game without going too silly like improved UI options or a blacksmithing upgrade that allows you to make arrows oh and ofc a nice big house is always welcome
@arborym lol@ the console fanboy who pays 20 dollars for console dlc while at the same time misses out on all the free user made dlc which most often is better than the game dev dlc you have to pay for.
@arborym how is this mutilating the game? these mods are completely optional but many improve aspects of the game by fixing bugs and glitches, improving how user friendly it is with Modded UI's and improving the graphics.
@SirNormanislost I totally agree with certain mods, I even got some myself, but they don't alter the game so much. Say I didn't agreed Nords to be black, so I got a mod to change Vignar's skin color (not racist). That car mod is beyond stupid; it ruins the fantasy/history blend atmosphere of the game. Anyway, I'm sorry if I offended anyone. Everyone has their own thinking and I don't intend to change it. Have fun with your mods.
@thechuck11 haha...your school will probably have some computer nerds like me who would be glad to help you if you either watch an episode of star trek with them...or help them find a girl...now that would get you some high points indeed...
I never said one was better than the other a*shole. I didn't say that skyrim was better on consoles, I didn't say consoles were better than PC's, and plus in terms of gaming on computers laptops are inferior and a decent gaming laptop is expensive as sh*t. Plus not every TV supports PC outputs, and even if it does or your PC has an HDMI output, those things are only standard in $200+ TVs. Next I'll go into the matter of prices again for example my gaming PC costed me a grand total of $730 a console like a PS3, Wii, or "Lamebox 180" costs at most 300 dollars and can be used on almost any time of TV so if you have an old a*s TV like I used to have than it would work but if you have a PC you're out of luck.
@buccomatic Actually i game on a 2500 dollar computer regularly so i do know, at least i know my opinion. I also own a xbox 360 and i'm enjoying them both. Sorry to hear your a stuckup pc fanboy who can't enjoy both platforms.
@jorge69696 No, you're just wrong. Consoles are cheaper than even a computer that can only run graphics at the same level as the 360 or ps3, there are also different controllers on consoles, depending on your controller preference you might like them more than pc, one could also argue that consoles have more entertainment included with them, look at all the different things you can do or watch in xbox live, and lastly consoles are more friend orientated in my opinion, its easier to find friends, make new friends, and talk to friends, and since consoles are so common now, there is a huge playerbase. Now im not sure how many people play pc in comparison to consoles, but I've played games on the pc that the multiplayer has been discontinued and where on console it is still up and running with many people still playing.
@Shamwownow212 Plug in a controller, problem solved. PC gives you the freedom to choose Mouse + keyboard, Xbox 360 controller, and you can even use the other consoles with the right software and a bluetooth adapter.
@jorge69696 While PC obviously is more powerful in terms of tech than its console counterpart both have two different experiences. Plus have you ever tried playing a fighting game with a keyboard? Cause it does not go well.