Top 5 Skyrim Mods of the Week: OH! MY CAR
Did the Red Wedding episode of Game Of Thrones leave you empty inside? Teary-eyed? Or just plain furious? Well then, enjoy this Skyrim Mods homage to [SPOILERS}, with how the Red Wedding should have ended.Posted Jun 6, 2013 | 1:27 | 15,159 Views
Cam and Seb bring you a fantastic collection of Mods including one which lets you play as any living thing in the game.Posted Jun 1, 2013 | 18:50 | 26,910 Views
This week Seb and Cam battle their enemies by conjuring a Death Forest. Don't worry, that's only a name--it's really more of a woodland.Posted May 25, 2013 | 18:37 | 33,585 Views
No smoke with your fire? There is now! This week Cam and Seb take a look at fire smoke, Project ENB, and place an absolutely enormous chicken on their head.Posted May 18, 2013 | 20:16 | 21,007 Views
Join Cam and Johnny as they check out the Ningheim race, craft some shiny diamond armour, and a get acquainted with a mead keg backpack.Posted May 11, 2013 | 10:16 | 31,237 Views
- Jun 16, 2012
This week in Skyrim Mods, we build ourselves a nice little home, form an army of skulls, and impersonate The Flash!
@TakosKon Pc only. You download to ps3 but risking you have to jailbreak it and risk of messing up your system
How do I download the mod Build Your Own Home for Skyrim.
I´m new and it´s like the only thing I want to do.
@Kasper_1997 Go here:
It's the feature page where the video was originally posted, and it has the links to all the mods (they're also on the actual YouTube video as well). I downloaded that one as well, and I can't recall if the guy said it or not, but most of the mod authors have put instructions on their pages about how to install the mods (if he hasn't, Skyrim Nexus has an FAQ with everything you need to know). It's very much drag-and-drop, nothing complicated. Good luck, it's a great mod.
I am sorry, but mods get way out of hand sometimes. Come on, a car in freaking Skyrim? That is beyond ridiculous. I am not a fan of mods as it takes away from what the game is supposed to be. With that I understand why there are mods and that the devs encourage them. Why not just make a game that is nothing from the begining so people can just mod the crap out of without messing up the intended experience?
they have a flintlock pistol mod
@tightwad34 I understand your point and I disapprove any mods that cheat in some form, but I think you are a little over the top. I agree that people should first play through games vanilla to to experience what the creators intended. However, once you've played the crap out of a game like Skyrim, mods are way to extend the playtime and enjoyment of games. Yes, funny mods like cars and exploding chickens are great fun to simply goof off, but there are also plenty of serious mods that are in line with the original game that act almost like mini-addons. Mods are for people who want to extend their value of an already great game. If you don't like them, don't use them simple enough.