fent wrote:I installed some new mods for Oblivion so I went back to playing that. I had fun playing the vanilla game, but the leveling system irked the hell out of me. The mods I have been using almost make it a new game. But it certainly makes it a lot more fun to play. So thats something that you probably already have to can be made to seem new.
pete_roth wrote:Links please?
Vrock wrote:Man, you are really missing out. Company of Heroes and the Warhammer: Dawn of War series are some of my favorite games ever. The games actually focus on strategy and tactics opposed to other RTSs (i.e. CNC) tendency to be a "build up and zerg" type of game.Company of Heroes sits uninstalled on my desk....
NeXus 6 wrote:I'm playing Half-Life 2: ep.2 and F.E.A.R.: Perseus Mandate. I'm looking forward to Stalker: Clear Sky, Alan Wake, FarCry 2, Deus Ex 3 and Project Origin (sequel to F.E.A.R.).
I haven't read much about the new RPG from Bethesda. But rumor has it that it's coming out sometime in 2009 or 2010 and it might be called "Elder Scrolls V: Shadow Realm."
The Internet wrote:"[The] 360 starts at the factory, moves to retail shelves, into consumer's homes, back to Microsoft. So THAT'S why Microsoft called it the 360...It all comes full-circle "
pete_roth wrote:I downloaded and allegedly installed the OOO mod for oblivion correctly, how can I tell if I have it working? Is there a "sure thing" such as "This is definitely different" ... I made an orc hand-to-hand knight.