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#141 Mr King

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Posted 11 January 2019 - 0553 AM

After putting in over 4000 hours in Fallout 4, I decided to go back to Skyrim Special Edition and do everything there is to do in the game. I have not gone back to the Special Edition earlier because I was waiting for some mods to come out for it. I am having a great time. I had forgotten how pretty Skyrim is, and how fun. It has been long enough since I have played that I have forgotten a good bit about the game, so I get to rediscover stuff again, which is always fun. 


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Posted 11 January 2019 - 0621 AM

I tried ESO recently and it's fun (though you have to find the guild/s - you can be in 5 at the same time). I don't think I'll be playing Skyrim again.


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Posted 12 January 2019 - 0405 AM

After putting in over 4000 hours in Fallout 4, I decided to go back to Skyrim Special Edition and do everything there is to do in the game. I have not gone back to the Special Edition earlier because I was waiting for some mods to come out for it. I am having a great time. I had forgotten how pretty Skyrim is, and how fun. It has been long enough since I have played that I have forgotten a good bit about the game, so I get to rediscover stuff again, which is always fun. 

Not to mention some awesome DLC sized mods

 

https://www.nexusmod...tion/mods/10917

https://www.nexusmod...ition/mods/3008


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Posted 12 January 2019 - 1256 PM

 

After putting in over 4000 hours in Fallout 4, I decided to go back to Skyrim Special Edition and do everything there is to do in the game. I have not gone back to the Special Edition earlier because I was waiting for some mods to come out for it. I am having a great time. I had forgotten how pretty Skyrim is, and how fun. It has been long enough since I have played that I have forgotten a good bit about the game, so I get to rediscover stuff again, which is always fun. 

Not to mention some awesome DLC sized mods

 

https://www.nexusmod...tion/mods/10917

https://www.nexusmod...ition/mods/3008

 

 

Thanks Colin I will check those out


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#145 Simon Tan

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Posted 15 January 2019 - 2029 PM

Skyrim co-op mod is going into closed beta.


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#146 Stefan Fredriksson

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Posted 14 September 2019 - 0831 AM

Ok, I finally inherited one of the sons' PC when he thought it too slow.
Have Skyrim on Steam, so it was the first game to be installed. Have no save-files, so start from scratch.
I remember some stuff, but want input on which quests/guilds you found most entertaining.
I think I played 80 hours or so last time around, so I have done a lot but not nearly all.
(Also, I see that mods are popular, but I will run it vanilla.)

Edited by Stefan Fredriksson, 14 September 2019 - 0845 AM.

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#147 Colin

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Posted 14 September 2019 - 0921 AM

The great thing about Skyrim is the mods, SSE is very stable compared to Oldrim when modded.


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#148 Mr King

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Posted 18 September 2019 - 1323 PM

I always enjoyed the dark brotherhood and thieves guild, but I'm the kind of unimaginative player that makes sneaky archers in Elderscrolls games. 

 

Also to add, I have read some rumblings that that Nexus which hosts Skyrim and other game mods, has managed to piss off the community of modders royally, and a bunch of them are removing the mods off Nexus at the moment. I guess Nexus is floating the idea to create mod packs like there are for Minecraft, which is a bunch of mods packaged together and tested and known to work together. The problem is supposedly tNexus is not going to give the modders an the choice if their mod is included in a mod pack or not, if they go through with the idea. Also I guess others,not related to Nexus, have been putting together mod packs of other peoples mods, and selling them and profiting off the work of others. 


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#149 Colin

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Posted 18 September 2019 - 1607 PM

Monitizing mods is difficult because most mods needs resources that come from other modders.


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#150 Stefan Fredriksson

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Posted 19 September 2019 - 0048 AM

Thanks.

I realized after playing for 3-4 hours that while it is still a good game, I have played it enough, and quit. But since I already owned it, no monetary loss.
I still have Witcher 3 from start, which I only played a few hours when it came out (also no save files).

But what is running now is Just Cause 3.
So far it is more of JC2, with a wingsuit. I liked JC2 so I think it will be good.
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