Radical Insanity Apr 8 @ 8:27pm
I think my game is to modded and I think it's ruining my Skyrim experience, should I delete all my modded files?
Should I to start a new game clear of data not as modded?
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The Doctor Apr 8 @ 8:31pm 
its not ruining your experience.unless you have mods that make it a one hit kill with every weapon, or a very over powered weapon. (just to clarify, you can have theses mods installed after you complete the main quests in my opinon)
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Radical Insanity Apr 8 @ 8:48pm 
No they are more of making Skyrim not Skyrim.
Burnt Chicken Apr 8 @ 9:24pm 
Can you show your list of mods? If you have that oversized boobs + OP weapons or if the Thalmor have invisible robes and Jarl Balgruuf is wearing a bikini, clothes and armor are clipping, and if doors are locked or if a certain room in Blackreach is blocked by another door, then you have a problem.
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ShadowSonata Apr 8 @ 11:59pm 
Depends on what type of mods you're running. You might want to look over the video series "A Beginners Guide to Modding Skyrim" and "Skyrim Mod Sanctuary" by Gopher for any mod suggestions. Overall, you should probalby avoid any cheat/god mods and focus more on texture/ atmosphere/ home/ companion mods.
Radical Insanity Apr 9 @ 7:09pm 
I can't show a list since its too many, like 100+ mods from both Steam and Nexus.
Radical Insanity Apr 9 @ 7:16pm 
I don't do those cheat mods, but I have a lots of mods I don't like anymore and would like to clear all of my save files for that heavily modded character so I can make space for new saves.
The only cheating I've done is console, since I've played Skyrim already to level 81 on PS3.
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