Reed Richards wrote:
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I love to talk about mods. For fallout 2 I just have the fallout 2 restoration project downloaded from no mutants allowed. for fallout 1 I`ve got fallout fix`t from No mutants allowed again. everything else is from the nexus. for fallout 3, the high sea caravansary, which adds a sort of pirate enclave, mart`s mutant mod adds many new monsters like the terrifying enclave deathclaw (a power armored deathclaw!) F03 wanderers edition adds features like bullet time, different leveling, and an alternate start, rts new wave lets you build your own settlement in the wasteland, apocalypse armory armory adds hundreds of new weapons, powered power armor makes power armor much more powerful, more moddable, and require batteries, mothership crew allows you to do something with the giant spaceship you`ve taken over, dcinteriors adds interiors behind all those sealed doors. a quest for heaven is an excellent puzzle and action mod with a very cool story although sadly never finished. and the librarian is an epic quest to through several great environments to rescue a girl. for fallout new vegas, project Nevada is fallout wanderers edition for new vegas with the added option of cybernetic implants, angel park is a huge area crawling with monsters and cool weapons like the em gauss rifle, momod adds more monsters, area 51 adds area 51, mo`guns and mo`gals for mo`guns and more attractive women, new vegas bounties adds a bounty hunting office and the ability to kill certain criminals for money, random encounters brings back random encounters from Fallout 1,2 a world of pain adds a huge underground and more powerful versions of monsters and weapons requiem for the capital wasteland allows you to play fallout 3 in fallout new vegas (there`s a sewer to travel between the two wastelands) although not all mods will work if you play fallout 3 this way. for oblivion fcom as an amalgamation of several overhaul mods that adds a huge amount of content. windfall adds a big detailed island in the midst of a revolution, better cities makes the cities much better, armamentarium adds more weapons and midas magic lets you summon a balrog, morph into a weretiger, and fly on the wings of an angel; unique landscapes changes all the land in oblivion. here are the names of the quest mods I use: enter the shinobi, werewolf legends, fighter guild contracts, naked nord, kraeginirs death quest, kraeginirs death quest rural line additions, feldscar, heart of the dead, origin of the mages guild, lost paladins of the divines, ungarion the welkynd sword, the lost spires, gtaesgaard, quest for the elements, the ayleid steps, Verona house bloodlines, thievery in the imperial city, ivellon, integration: the stranded light (requires other mods), tales from elsweyr anequina (requires other mods), the forgotten realm, Tears of the fiend.
mods for skyrim so far are moonpath to elsweyr, and the realms of the daedra, no mercy, sea of ghosts, secret of the dwemer, the grytewake legend, the lost legend of captain sharphook, tomb of ahranas, deadly dragons, caos quest for goldbrand, midas magic (unfinished), wars in skyrim (in development). this is the nexus: http://skyrim.nexusmods.com/
for skyrim where you can find links to all other nexus sites this is no mutants allowed for the two mods I mentioned: http://www.nma-fallout.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=811799
and http://www.nma-fallout.com/forum/viewto ... 100#840100
. to find mods on the nexus I usually google them because google works better then the search function on the site which does not correct for spelling.
mods can be a huge headache if you mess them up make sure to read to the readme on every mod you download. Useful tools are Fo3edit, FNVedit, TES4edit all of which can be found on the nexus sites.
some good rpg`s I`ve played that didn`t make the favorites are the dragon quest IV, ff the four heroes of light, golden sun 1,2; neverwinter nights, jade empire, red faction guerrilla (sort of an rpg).
I agree with reed on ff tactics. disgaea and planescape look cool although I`ve never played them.