Veynam Apr 15 @ 12:15pm
Love the way this game looks :)
Can't wait until it goes on sale :D dont have it yet...
Last edited by Veynam; Apr 16 @ 1:11am
Showing 1-15 of 19 comments
< >
Stania Apr 15 @ 12:44pm 
If you're judging by the screenshots you normally see around here, you better have a nice computer and some patience to install and manage many graphic mods.

Though it's a great game, anyway.
Even in vanilla, it looks very pretty and nice. Well worth it in gameplay and it's beauty. I don't heavy graphics modding. So if you like my screenies, then you will see what I mean by Vannila.
[KL] Master Dan [StormCats] Apr 15 @ 1:02pm 
Veynam's gonna have a little gem of a game soon huehuehue :)

To the newcommer, Skyrim blows you away. That's what it did to me. I bought it only last year (whaaaaat?) Yep... and I was like: Oh maaaaan, why didn't I get this ages ago??? DUHHHH >.<

It's amazing! To give Bethesda credit where crediot's due, those guys worked really hard; pouring passion and hours into this game. So many sleepless nights and head aches with bugs. Sadly, some got through, BUT... there are many fixes and a thriving modding community.

Like the guys say, it does demand a bit of Vram, but, you can always play on low settings and still enjoy a relatively nice game. I can play on ultra everything maxed now. But I had to play the game on everything set to low, for ages..(ughh) But I saved up and now have a nice computer.

You should do the same. Throw that laptop in the skip and go get a rig my friend... best investment of your life believe me...AHEMPORNAHEM.

:P
Bob Apr 15 @ 1:56pm 
Kiss your family, work, and general lifestyle goodbye! This game is so easily addictive. If/When you get it, I wish you many happy hours with it. If you get half as much enjoyment out of it, as many of us do, you'll be in good company.
Last edited by Bob; Apr 15 @ 1:59pm
hedgie_yozh Apr 15 @ 2:27pm 
The game's sheer loveliness continues to marvel. When you do get it, take time to just walk around...don't just fast travel everywhere. It's worth it.
Bob Apr 15 @ 2:29pm 
Indeed!
Trigger Apr 15 @ 3:29pm 
wanna learn about this game before you get it, watch GOPHER'S videos on youtube
Veynam Apr 16 @ 1:14am 
Originally posted by KL Master Dan StormCats:
Veynam's gonna have a little gem of a game soon huehuehue :)

To the newcommer, Skyrim blows you away. That's what it did to me. I bought it only last year (whaaaaat?) Yep... and I was like: Oh maaaaan, why didn't I get this ages ago??? DUHHHH >.<

It's amazing! To give Bethesda credit where crediot's due, those guys worked really hard; pouring passion and hours into this game. So many sleepless nights and head aches with bugs. Sadly, some got through, BUT... there are many fixes and a thriving modding community.

Like the guys say, it does demand a bit of Vram, but, you can always play on low settings and still enjoy a relatively nice game. I can play on ultra everything maxed now. But I had to play the game on everything set to low, for ages..(ughh) But I saved up and now have a nice computer.

You should do the same. Throw that laptop in the skip and go get a rig my friend... best investment of your life believe me...AHEMPORNAHEM.

:P
Thx man :) i have GTX 650 Ti so i think i should be able run this game on High settings :) my friends love this game... i wanted to play Skyrim from 2011 but back then i had a bad... BAD... pc... :( still thx :D
Veynam Apr 16 @ 1:14am 
Originally posted by Bob:
Kiss your family, work, and general lifestyle goodbye! This game is so easily addictive. If/When you get it, I wish you many happy hours with it. If you get half as much enjoyment out of it, as many of us do, you'll be in good company. :honkhonk: :rbiggrin:
ty^^
Veynam Apr 16 @ 1:15am 
Originally posted by Trigger:
wanna learn about this game before you get it, watch GOPHER'S videos on youtube
yes i know that guy, i think he showcases skyrim mods or something, but yes heard of him
jakethebusKer Apr 16 @ 4:18am 
O/p - if you have a GTX GPU then check out this guide ==== http://www.geforce.co.uk/whats-new/guides/the-elder-scrolls-v-skyrim-tweak-guide#1 ==== as it give a step by step guide as the performance gains to be had from understanding exactly what each setting does and the extra settings you can add via specialised ini tweaks. Also there's a good section on settings for your GPU control panel that will make the game look even nicer. I cannot recommend this guide enough because I used it on my old GTX560ti and had a game that my console playing friend was envious of. (so much so he bought a gaming rig to try and match my set-up)
[KL] Master Dan [StormCats] Apr 16 @ 10:17am 
Another one converted...excellent work Jake :P
mickydickybob Apr 16 @ 10:21am 
If your compuer isn't great you can still get great gameplay and effects by being selective and installing choice mods.
[KL] Master Dan [StormCats] Apr 16 @ 10:27am 
I still played it when I had potato computer with Hamsters in wheels to power it, everything on low, and even tho the graphics weren't amazing (still acceptable) I still had smooth framerate, never had stuttering even with potato. GO BUY EEEEEET! :D

I am now running on WIN 7 home premium and Steam recognised the change from XP and the new disk drive location for my old HDD etc etc (no biggie there) and updated automatically (this is for if / when you upgrade or whatever) It only took a short time to update :)
Last edited by [KL] Master Dan [StormCats]; Apr 16 @ 10:28am
Veynam Apr 16 @ 10:29am 
Originally posted by KL Master Dan StormCats:
I still played it when I had potato computer with Hamsters in wheels to power it, everything on low, and even tho the graphics weren't amazing (still acceptable) I still had smooth framerate, never had stuttering even with potato. GO BUY EEEEEET! :D
:D yes i will buy it, i... well... i dont have the money right now :( so ill wait untill it goes on sale :)
Showing 1-15 of 19 comments
< >
Per page: 15 30 50
Date Posted: Apr 15 @ 12:15pm
Posts: 19