Oblivion may be a fantasy game, but that's no impediment to the science fiction fans out there wanting to get a little taste of their favorite genre in Cyrodiil.
Darth Gadget takes out his aggression on a hapless reptile. Saber inadequacy issues?
Part Dwemer, part machine, all bump mapped.
Can love bloom in Cyrodiil? The only way to find out is to deactivate the forcefield on the robot.
Forget the Flood, Master Chief has bigger troubles to tackle. Like that crab walking around by the river.
Thanks for the ride to the Mage's Guild, baby. Keep the motor running, Master Chief just has to run in real quick and buy some soul gems.
All good things must come to an end, and so must all bad things. Thus we reach the end of the first Act of our journey through Oblivion's world of mods. We've seen some strange, deviant, and completely stupid mods this time around, but our adventure has only begun.
In Act II we will discover the many sex mods for Oblivion and "enjoy" a very special appearance by Michael Jackson. In the final Act we will travel to the faraway land of Japan and learn that the Japanese have an insatiable lust for modding complete insanity into Oblivion. What a surprise!
I want my bed to look like the health department is checking for bedbugs. I want to feel like it’s on an episode of Maury getting scanned for semen.
Do all of your holiday shopping in the Star Citizen online store! We have great deals on space ships for a game that may not be released for years. Think of these as investments in your future enjoyment.
It's still okay to like Ben Stiller, guys.
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