>Play for 5 minutes
Have you ever played a game so much you can't get yourself to play it again?
Oblivion, Skyrim, FO3, and NV too.
I tried to dig them up recently and play with mods in prep for FO4, but I just can't. The gameplay is too similar and I've seen the writing/plot/quests way too many times.
>sunk hundreds of hours into Fallout
>don't ever want to play it again
fuck, I don't even think I can stomach open world games after those
>really really want to fap to skyrim and fallout sex mods because a rpg in which the heroine gets raped, sold into slavery, and eventually killed is a fetish of mine
>too lazy to figure this shit out
Just kill me.
Install game-specific mod manager.
Unpack archives in Data directory.
Boot up the MM and tick the filename, drag them in order of least effect to most.
Really, it's so simple a retard could do it. Most mod descriptions will tell you how "self-contained" or compatible it is.
Don't have the excuse, my recall ability has always just eaten shit.
Almost all of my favorite games
I can't wait for Dragon's Dogma, Dark Souls 3, and
Fallout 4because they seem like the types of games that i will invest large chunks of my time into
Currently i just browse the internet waiting for a game to catch my fancy and take me on a month long journey
Just install Violated Heroine
>Be late Middle School/Early Highschool me
>Play minecraft for at least 1 hour each night on school nights, and 5-6 hours every day on the weekends
>Literally play minecraft for a month's time out of the year, keeping up good enough grades for parents to not care
>Carry on that trend for almost 3 years
I'm done with minecraft and have been for a year or two, and haven't found a game I play quite as obsessively yet, but pretty much anything minecraft-like I get bored with early on.
>Minecraft has been out for 5 years
>People who grew up with Minecraft are now old enough to post on 4chan
>tfw you will never play that one game and experience it like it was new again
Deus Ex, I know pretty much all of the ins and outs of that game that it's a walk in the park for me.
Not him but I first played Minecraft 6 years ago in Year 9 and now I'm finishing up my undergraduate degree. A lot of time has passed since that Alpha release/Team Fortress 2 article.
>patched it out
This has been happening since morrowind. It's only gotten worse. Advice is to either touch nothing in a cell, or touch everything, close doors behind you, don't auto save, and never overwrite a save file, make new ones. This will still be a problem even with fallout 4 since Bethesda refuses to fix their engine.