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Re: Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
It does for me. I want minimal hassle for my first playtrough. Carefree enjoyment. When you go about modding an hopelessly broken game you end up with more time modding then actually playing, and when playing finding out it has just become even more unstable...

 

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I actually enjoy modding, though. I love looking through all the neat stuff even if I don't plan on putting it into my game. It's like part of the "new game" process for me! :D
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Re: Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
If I can't play through a game out-of-the-box and expect a reasonably fun experience, I'm not going to buy it.  I'm a customer, not a developer. :p

 
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I actually enjoy modding, though. I love looking through all the neat stuff even if I don't plan on putting it into my game. It's like part of the "new game" process for me! :D

Me too actually, but I always get a bitter aftertaste because I simply mod to much and end up with a lot of time and effort wasted :(. And many mods can't fix some of the game's core flaws in immersion and story, unless you run a total conversion trough it...

Anyone here tried Nehrim, at fate's edge?

 

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did somebody say nehrim

 
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Nehrim.

Yes, I said that.

 

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I quite liked the Archeologists Guild Mod in Oblvion, that was a pretty good add-on.

 

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Link, please.  :eek:

 

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Working bear-trap? .... AWESOME!  :yes:

 

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Nehrim.

Yes, I said that.

I prepared a reply for you, but then I thought screw it I've been meaning to do a write-up on this for ages I'll just make a thread

http://www.hard-light.net/forums/index.php?topic=74310.0

in summary i did try it yes i rather liked it

 

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Has anyone seen this?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9eGtyqz4gY&feature=player_embedded

Pretty funny, Who here hasn't acted like that at the sight of a trailer for a game or game series we love to play?
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* BloodEagle raises his hand.

That was mildly amusing, however.

 

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that's hot
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Holy **** that's pretty. Seriously, that's outstanding.


 

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Pretty. It's the animation I'm worried about, though.

 

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Pretty. It's the animation I'm worried about, though.

One of my favorite unintentional-comedy things in ol' Gamebryo was the panic-zoom to start conversations.

Particularly, if you nudged someone who was sleeping, they would chase you down and panic-zoom into conversation mode, then just deliver one of their normal ambient lines. For instance, in Fallout New Vegas:

I nudge some guard, run downstairs and start doing something else entirely. He wakes up, chases me down, captures me with his magnetic conversation-starting abilities, STARES at me and says:

"I hear they're sending some rangers up from the south."

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haha god damn it

I don't even know what to make of that engine. Other developers have done good things with it.