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Strap Yourselves In Codex Year of the Donut Torment: Tides of Numenera Wasteland 2 Steve gets a Kidney but I don't even get a tag.
Reminder that Skyrim is the best selling RPG of all time. Reminder that you are living in an age of decadence.
Merely by virtue of the length of time it has been out for + platforms it's available on.
In terms of actual sales performance, Witcher 3 probably tops it. Witcher 3 has had surprisingly strong sales figures for years after release, something few games experience.
I'm glad obtained money was well spent and we've got Cyberpunk
 

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I gave up with my recent bout of Skyrim SE modding. There have been some great improvements in the visuals and combat gameplay (particularly 3rd person combat gameplay), but I realized that my computer is just too old to take advantage of the best of what modding has to offer. I'll have another go after an upgrade.
 

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I gave up with my recent bout of Skyrim SE modding. There have been some great improvements in the visuals and combat gameplay (particularly 3rd person combat gameplay), but I realized that my computer is just too old to take advantage of the best of what modding has to offer. I'll have another go after an upgrade.

Requiem is the only mod unrelated to graphics that makes Skyrim worth playing and it's not supported by SE, so unless you're an acolyte of The Todd, everything post-Legendary Edition is pretty worthless.
 

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I gave up with my recent bout of Skyrim SE modding. There have been some great improvements in the visuals and combat gameplay (particularly 3rd person combat gameplay), but I realized that my computer is just too old to take advantage of the best of what modding has to offer. I'll have another go after an upgrade.

Requiem is the only mod unrelated to graphics that makes Skyrim worth playing and it's not supported by SE, so unless you're an acolyte of The Todd, everything post-Legendary Edition is pretty worthless.

There are numerous pick and mix options for SE (for example the Simon Magus collection of overhauls to various aspects of the game). I tried an early version of Reqiuem yonks ago, and tbh I don't think Skyrim plays very well if you depart too much from the original gameplay. The world just isn't built for anything much more complicated than popamole gameplay. It is what it is. But you can make the popamole gameplay a bit more intricate, challenging and enjoyable.
 

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