The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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Jeff the Sexually Aroused Apr 14, 2013 @ 3:28am
Not liking Skyrim
Hello, people of TES series! So i can't find this game enjoyable. I love Far Cry 3 and Oblivion. But i cant find Skyrim enjoyable. I can run the game on Max Settings so thats not why. For i really wanna like the game.
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J3X Apr 14, 2013 @ 3:52am 
Why do you want to like the game?
BlackninjaB0y Apr 14, 2013 @ 3:55am 
How do you not like the game its one of the best games of this decade?
Jeff the Sexually Aroused Apr 14, 2013 @ 4:03am 
Originally posted by J3X:
Why do you want to like the game?
Because it seems like a great game. I really want to be able to like it as much as the other people do.
Jeff the Sexually Aroused Apr 14, 2013 @ 4:03am 
Originally posted by myxboxexploded:
How do you not like the game its one of the best games of this decade?
I don't know. I cant get it myself. I must be possesed by Alduin.
GlamaGlobulin Apr 14, 2013 @ 4:08am 
Originally posted by myxboxexploded:
How do you not like the game its one of the best games of this decade?
That's your opinion, dude. Not everyone agrees. Honestly, I bought the game on the Xbox and got bored relatively fast. Then I bought it for the PC and loved it. It had nothing to do with the graphics (though I do use graphics mods), or frame rate, or anything else. The vanilla game just wasn't satisfying to me. So I started modding, and tailoring the game and gameplay more to my liking, and I fell in love with the game.

TurtledHat, I'm not sure if you've ever modded a game, but if you haven't modded skyrim, you might want to try it. Hell, I barely even get to play the damn game, because I so busy looking up new mods, and new ways to expand my gameplay experience. Just a warning, if you're a first time modder, just make sure to read instructions well. Often times people get a little too hasty, and end up corrupting their save, or even destroying their game. I can't stress enough to read the instructions (at least until you've built up a level of comfort with modding - believe me, it's a bit tedious at times, but it's incredibly easy and the results are astonishing). Plus there are literally like a million mods for the game.
Last edited by GlamaGlobulin; Apr 14, 2013 @ 4:10am
Jeff the Sexually Aroused Apr 14, 2013 @ 4:14am 
Originally posted by GlamaGlobulin:
Originally posted by myxboxexploded:
How do you not like the game its one of the best games of this decade?
That's your opinion, dude. Not everyone agrees. Honestly, I bought the game on the Xbox and got bored relatively fast. Then I bought it for the PC and loved it. It had nothing to do with the graphics (though I do use graphics mods), or frame rate, or anything else. The vanilla game just wasn't satisfying to me. So I started modding, and tailoring the game and gameplay more to my liking, and I fell in love with the game.

TurtledHat, I'm not sure if you've ever modded a game, but if you haven't modded skyrim, you might want to try it. Hell, I barely even get to play the damn game, because I so busy looking up new mods, and new ways to expand my gameplay experience. Just a warning, if you're a first time modder, just make sure to read instructions well. Often times people get a little too hasty, and end up corrupting their save, or even destroying their game. I can't stress enough to read the instructions (at least until you've built up a level of comfort with modding - believe me, it's a bit tedious at times, but it's incredibly easy and the results are astonishing). Plus there are literally like a million mods for the game.

Hmmm... Moding the game seems fun. There are very intersting mods. And im used to Moding. ( Used to mod Fallout: New Vegas and Fallout 3 and TES: Oblivion.) So ill try that out. Thanks!
Gildas Apr 14, 2013 @ 4:22am 
Yeah i have the same Promblem. Didnt find it Enjoyable on the Xbox
Not sure about the PC Though
Beowulf Apr 14, 2013 @ 4:35am 
You are just like me i cant enjoy skyrim for ♥♥♥♥ it just dont work for me and i loved oblivion
kesmai Apr 14, 2013 @ 4:37am 
so played for over 70 hours.
70 hours gameplay that was not enjoyable.
why did you play it 70 hours then, if it is "not enjoyable", something is not fitting together for me.
XsV[olition] Apr 14, 2013 @ 4:56am 
Try S.T.E.P. as a stable start to modding:

http://wiki.step-project.com/STEP:2.2.4

And Gems for mods which enhance the original spirit of the vanilla game:

http://www.skyrimgems.com/

Use WryeBash to install, configure and order. The install order is as important as the load order. Then stick a cherry on the cake by using an ENB shader. I prefer Realvision with RLO but there are loads of options to choose from. You can stack an SMAA or FXAA injector on top of that too.

Everytime you say you don't like Skyrim, a Linux gamer dies. We'll pray for you brother/sister. ;)
Last edited by XsV[olition]; Apr 14, 2013 @ 4:58am
kesmai Apr 14, 2013 @ 7:03am 
^^ listen to XsV
perfect advice
but s.t.e.p. and g.e.m.s. take some time and reading, not that hard. the result is breathtaking.
the icing on the cake would be adding skyre, frostfall, realistic needs and deseases, wet and cold etc.
bra1n1ac Apr 14, 2013 @ 7:56am 
Originally posted by TurtledHat:
Hello, people of TES series! So i can't find this game enjoyable. I love Far Cry 3 and Oblivion. But i cant find Skyrim enjoyable. I can run the game on Max Settings so thats not why. For i really wanna like the game.

I enjoyed Skyrim once I stopped expecting it to be an RPG, and accepted it as an action game.

As an RPG, it's exceptionally poor.

As an action game, it's exceptionally good.
Jeff the Sexually Aroused Apr 14, 2013 @ 8:21am 
Hello, people. Im currently installing Skyrim again. And im going to add a few mods. Any good mods that you guys recommnd?
kesmai Apr 14, 2013 @ 8:41am 
see post #10
Lou Dobbs (Banned) Apr 14, 2013 @ 8:50am 
You can't make yourself like the game.
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