Hello, I would like to present to you a new Skyrim quest mod - Niflheim: House of Dark Mists. This is a quest mod I just finished up after three months of work on it. I've created many new mechanics for the quest, and I've created an archery range and two combat mannequins you can use to level skills, a new set of armor for the player as a reward, among many other things. Please review - TRAILER - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TuE8s25-FBc&hd=1 STEAM - http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=74022975 Thank you for reading this! - Richard aka Hellcat5 Submitted to TIME magazine for mods of the month, MMOxReview and Gamespot!
There is one question that's been bogging me for weeks and weeks? How can anyone care about some stupid Skyrim mod where you can be a crappy ass dragon or where you can spawn chickens and make them explode? Are you guys THAT bored with the game?
@xolivierx These are basically just mods to try out and play around with, they literally take 2 minutes to install. Check out the Nexus Skyrim website to see some really game-changing mods that are out there, maybe it will convince you to upgrade to a real system. BTW I have a 360 and play it a lot although mostly GOW3 now, I started off playing Skyrim on the 360 and decided to upgrade my PC and that was that. Even though I can only run it on high settings, I have easily 20 mods that completely improve the game and experience, if you're really into the game I consider looking into it.
@xolivierx Yes, actually, I was. If it enchances the game game or adds new, cool content equivalent of dlc, then yes, I'll gladly take it. I'm guessing the only reason you DON'T mod is because you have on a console. Next time, check just how big the modding community is before you ask a question like that.