Monday, December 19, 2011 4:14:09 PM
And with a quick google search i've determined that bethesda has not stopped modding... http://www.pcgamer.com/2011/11/25/ skyrim-mods-the-20-best-so-far/ .. Delete the space before "skyrim"
Monday, December 19, 2011 3:12:34 PM
@Angilion, Yeah it's a port, but so what? It`s still a great game. If you can`t just relax and enjoy the game even though there aren`t any mods and you have to use the keyboard more when using the menu, then maybe you take it a bit too seriously. Video games are being viewed as more and more of a skill and less as a leisure activity. Just drati n` relax and play it, if it turns out to be something you don`t care for, then play something else. All you nit-picking "gamers" do by bitc hing all the time is annoy people who don`t need everything to conform to their own standards all the time. Do us all a favor and SHUT UP!
Sunday, December 18, 2011 10:50:15 PM
I would have bought Skyrim (I bought the others), but I don't have a console and don`t want one.
And no, there isn`t a PC version. There`s an Xbox360 version that has been made to run on a PC, but that`s not the same thing at all. Normally, fans would rapidly mod it to make it closer to a PC version (i.e. do the developer`s job for them, for no pay), but thanks to Bethesda making the "PC" version something they continue to control after the customer has installed it on their PC, they can stop mods...and one of the first things they did was exactly that, after fans had modded away some of the worst of Bethesda`s failure to make a PC version.
I was looking forward to Skyrim, too. But not enough to buy a new platform because they couldn`t be bothered to either make a real PC version or allow fans to make one.
Bethesda used to make PC games, but then they took an arrow to the knee.