Skyrim Restored My Faith In PC Gaming
There is one reason why PC gaming to me will always remain epic, and the most important part of my gaming life. And that’s mods. Yes, it’s well known that I’m a PS3 junkie, and many would call me a Sony fanboy (because of how much I hated on Microsoft and Xbox One back when they were shit), but PC is always my pride and joy. It’s where I was born a gamer, and where I live out most of my gaming life.
One day I decided that I miss The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and I wanted to see if it was merely hype that was making my memories so fond, or if the game really was the awesome RPG I credited it to be. Well, just as I fired it up on my PC and started to love it, I noticed how visually unimpressive it is, and how there are so many things I’d love to have in the game or change if I could.
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That’s when it hit me. You call yourself a PC gamer, Tody? You know nothing of power!
Not quite as dramatic as that, but basically I realised that I had been neglecting all manners of mods, and the stock HD texture pack the PC version of Skyrim boasted wasn’t much to brag about. So I set to work, and hours of intense modding later, I was gawking at what I had done to Skyrim.
Long story short, I am totally in love with the game again. I previously played it on PS3, and after this, well, I could never go back to that.
Last night I decided to make a video out of it for fun, so if you want to see how cool my Skyrim is now, and if you want to check out my Kame Hame Ha attack, take a look up above.