It’s nearly the end of 2019 but before it ends I have once again assembled my Game of the Year list. 2019 wasnt the most memorable year for games, while there was some interesting games like Disco Elysium, Pathologic 2, Resident Evil 2, and Control it still had the usual big budget games that were mostly average. I played a few games this year mostly thanks to Xbox Games Pass, and from returning to old games. Many of the best games I played this year missed the cut off point and will likely feature in my Game of the Year 2020.
This post is my guide to modding The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion with about fifty mods that work well together, don’t break immersion, and actually make Oblivion into a more modern and deep game. Feel free to choose which ones to install or use this guide as a stepping stone to learning about modding.
Bethesda will be releasing The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion 5th Anniversary Edition in Europe. It will be released on 23rd September for £20 on PS3 and Xbox 360. It will cost £18 on PC.
The 5th Anniversary Edition will include the Game of the Year Edition of Oblivion, all DLC add-ons, Shivering Isles and Knights of the Nine. The box will also include a Making of Oblivion DVD and a colour map of game world Cyrodiil and the Shivering Isles. A Skyrim video will also be included.
This is the new trailer for the fifth Elder Scrolls game. It tells more about the story and shows of some of the improved visuals over the previous game Oblivion. It also shows how some of the game will actually look like when played. To be honest it just looks like Oblivion with improved visuals and added features. It also reminds me a lot of Dragon Age II. That isn’t a bad thing of course. Dragons are in fashion these days.