Top 5 Skyrim Mods of the Week - Kevin VanThord burns Centaurs
Kevin lives on as the god of thunder, now with the power to start forest fires and create new heavy weapons. He may use both to slay terrifying centaurs.
Entertaining video again! You guys are starting to cover mods that interest me more compared to the videos you've done in the past.
I have an honest question though. Why all the obsession with Depth of Field? Personally I think it's totally unneccesary except for screenshots. My eyes do it already, so why do we need an extra layer on top of that for gameplay? It also doesn't help that artificial Depth of Field makes my head hurt, but I'm guessing that's notan issue for most players.
you guys should cover "konahrik's accoutrements" next week, seems like a seriously cool and well done mod
Now that you have the new Kevin VanThord, I say we revisit the shout farts!! I just have to see VanThord bend over and unleash the power of a shout out his ars!! XD
This show is called "TOP 5 SKYRIM MODS OF THE WEEK" if you don't like Skyrim why the hell are you watching this show ??? are you just out to put negative comments or trying to troll ??
"I don't like this show so I must come here to complain about it and try not to let other people keep enjoying it."
i pray to god that someday skyrimspot would end up this mad show and play some new games
one can only wish
Now that Dexter and Breaking Bad is over, this is actually my new favorite show. Hhahaha, you guys never failed to entertain.
@GTAVonPS3 well yeah agreed but skyrim is good shit not so crapy rpg its fun in the beggining and epic at the end... didn't beat dark souls yet not beated it but its bettter than skyrim in everything...
@GTAVonPS3 Someone was inappropriately touched by Skyrim as a child...
@nyran125tk It is an open world semi-sandbox RPG. I personally am rather fond of story-driven RPGs, but not quite so much open world sandbox games, so The Elder Scrolls is a bit of a mixed package for me. I have a lot of fun exploring the world the first time, but I loose interest after awhile because there is so much. A more traditional RPG (like a J-RPG) will keep the places and characters fresh with advancing plot lines. I like that more.
@nyran125tk Depends on what game they started with. If they started with Oblivion or Skyrim it's understandable why they would not like the series.
@eze_sl89 So. Grand Theft Auto V came out last month and people are probably still playing it to this day. Does that mean they are living in the past? I say no. If there are some great games from earlier this gen up until now then I say enjoy the Hell out of them!
@eze_sl89 are you serious ??? the modding community breath new life into "old" games everyday , this is one of the things that sets pc gaming away from consoles.......
Also if you don't like it don't watch it.
@Daian Ignore the fanboys, this show is lame.
@jessie82 and that just goes to show you wasn't paying attention, it wasn't about the pole it was about DEPTH OF FIELD you know when concentrating on something up close everything else looses focus. Watch it again an listen this time.....
har... har... har... the people who likes "poles" apparently...
when hell freezes over...
@riyadkmr Skyrim will last forever and every episode is better than the last. If you have any ideas on new features, send them to gamespot. Have a clear plan and maybe gs will let this feature slip into the abyss where all the other overrated games reside.
I have to agree, Skyrim was overwhelming at first. They kept piling the side quests on top of each other and so you really had to persevere to complete them all.
That doesn't mean I didn't enjoy finishing them but I felt like they could've spaced them out while progressing through the main storyline. Having it so that you could only visit/start the Companions/Thieves Guild etc, while playing the main storyline would've been exactly what the game needed to stop scaring new players off the series with the sheer number of quests.