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love these games i hope they keep making these games until im old and wrinkly from a die hard elder scrolls fan
every game made after stronghold crusader sucks ....lol
modd yourselves some fashion tips and a razor.........then fix the 10 million bugs, add some dialogue that isn't cheesy rubbish..i might think about playing it again.....not.
I wish I had a good PC so I could mod...
Stop it guys, you'll make us go deaf! PC master race hearing can only withstand so much volume of console peasant whining.
Way to reinforce the stereotype about what nerds look like.....
Moders have made your DLC look like S*** Shame on you for charging money!
Oh and do not get me started on a MOD panel ????? Also why dont they release a DLC that fixes my Ps3 from crashing everytime I play.
Really people are still playing this game????? And mods???? Really sorry but DLC that should have been in the game in the first place and MODS. WTF is gaming coming too.
The guy who asked the last question looks "a bit" like johnny depp.
Heard Deathcraft ... Hit google
LOL at the first guys shirt who asked questions!
I love videos like this.
look at there leggs.They all have there leg across there other leg.
goofy stuff, new armor and great houses are fun, but in the end no one ever developed a full, professional expansion to any elder scrolls game.
What is this? A Steam workshop advertisement?
wish mass effect had modding tools
If I hear another "you know", I'm gonna burst a daedric mace into a wall. Not metaphorical.
Valve and Bethesda. My two favorite developers talking about modding. Sweet.
half of this is just valve stuff , beth should just have brought skyrim nexus CEO as everyone who knows skyrim serious modding knows that the good mods are there and not on the workshop
@vongroove I THINK that all the things modders made are being applied officially by bethesda for free. Aren't they?
@jcuffley1209 I play Skyrim since January... haven't crashed ONCE!
I spot a bitter console gamer who can't use mods.
Jealousy makin' you mad Bro?
@jcuffley1209 People are still playing this game because of MODS. They make the game different, thereby adding longevity. If you can't understand why people are still playing this game, why do you want them to fix their PS3 issues? If YOU are not finished with the stock version of the game on PS3, why are you surprised that MODDERS are still playing new and unique versions on PC?
@daan17 I like that from a 40 minute panel, you deduced that they had their legs crossed. Very astute observation.
@daan17 Are you 5? Is that why you can't spell?
@GameYakuza I would like to see Bethesda challenge the modding community with a 20 hour expansion. We want and under water cave mermaid city we will give you 1 programer 1 writer and 6 months for 40% or the profit. There is a 50% chance it might work out and be really cool.
@GameYakuza Eh, Google Nehrim.
@vadagar1 You know they won't right..... why giving you modding tool when they can sell DLC and earn cash..........
@Sefrog Then the Stendarr will swiftly strike you down! Pray to Stendarr so they will show you mercy in death XD.
@dinosaur-123 I think a good thing about the Steam Workshop is the exposure it's given to people who would have otherwise never have the Nexus site. I myself prefer using Nexus, but not everyone may want to go out of their way to visit a third party website, then download a program like the Nexus mod manager, etc, etc. It probably deters the non-hardcore(ish) community from potentially experiencing those mods. I view the workshop as an even easier step towards accessing mods, which simply exposes mods to more people than before. I don't know the #'s on this, but I would very much like to think that with workshop, there are more people with mods running around Skyrim, and that perhaps even Skyrim Nexus' traffic has increased due to that.
@dinosaur-123 Skyrim Nexus has the largest and some of the most amazing mods featured for Skyrim, bloody hell Steam is trying to promoted Skyrim mods months after the major success on Nexus, and only partial of the best content was featured on Steam :(
@dinosaur-123 The good mods are on both.
@brunolp Lol no. There's tons of great mods that never see the light of day in the games, and they never show up until the next installment anyway. EX hunger, thirst, sleep, and ironsights for New Vegas or the new bow combat in Skyrim.
I hope so!
That will free up some resorces ingame.
@jcuffley1209exactly. the mods improve the game and eery week or so i find a new mod that makes it better. it's like playing a game that improves itself all the time. its incredible. and if i happen to leave skyrim for a while, go to another game, finishes that game after a week or two and come back to skyrim - bam! tons of new stuff to see and do. there is almost nothing like that in the gaming industry. the more companies can allow such a thing - the better.
@CMOTKarlos Isn't this a Review about Dawnguard....not a spelling B....
@CMOTKarlosFYI. I am not english.And i dont know how to say. That there leg is over the other leg.
@CMOTKarlos WHAT WAS MISSPELLED
@deviant74 Its very difficult to mod something of a 20 hour expansion without endless of mazes and tunnels with no end in sight, people who builds mod are ordinary person with 3d, or game modding expertise, but they are neither staff of Bethesda nor actually receiving any sort of salary, only donation. They also have jobs and a social life to keep up with.
I recommended Nexus website , it may not be 100% user friendly, but hey you can find mods that not only greater in variety, you can even get mods that is not available and sometimes not "entirely" allowed on Steam, its your game, do whenever you want. I love Skyrim for its incredible wideness of endless possibility.
@Falzonn Steam Workshop has an annoying 100MB limit though. This means that any major, major content mods and HD texture packs will only exist on Nexus.
@Falzonn Hehehe, you know Steam doesn't allowed certain mod in Steam Workshop right, not the ripped out copy but something else, you know what I meant, right XD
@Tripwolf Most people use Nexus probably.
Nexus was here for Morrowind and Oblivion, and was the biggest game in town for both of those ...
I highly recommend you check out the Nexus.
The Nexus Mod Manager
BOSS (sorting load order for far more stability)
Script Dragon and SKSE (added functionality for the game engine) There are some amazing mods that use these from a far better UI to autosave and extended hotkeys. Not to mention hundreds of other mods that use these features.
@Tripwolf More people use Nexus
Except that the Nexus has been around for more than ten years, while the Workshop is still new. Besides, since Workshop doesn't support SKSE, you're missing half the experience of skyrim modding.
@Duke_51 studies have shown that those with the most homophobic tendencies are they themselves grappling with their own sexuality. just wanted to toss that in there.
@HipHopBeats Who cares. Dave Grohl, the coolest bastard around, crosses his legs. People who are badass aren't worried about vanity, or image, or ego.
@daan17 but you know how to spell leg. It would also help you to learn the correct version of 'their' to use. To be fair though, if I had known English was a 2nd language for you, I wouldn't have been so harsh!
Don't let the spelling police get to you.
@echoedpulse23 their vs. there, grammer police!!
@WillyChong I know what you are saying. I did give it 50/50 shot at it working. I see you are think they have no shot in hell.