Friday, August 5, 2011

why i want a gaming laptop.

i know that oblivion has been out for a LLLLOOOONNNNGGGG time, but when it come to the PC the game can be made almost new with mods. whether its new quests, items, or just options to alter the in-game physics, this game is made fresh. there are even mods that replace the entire game and and substitutes it with a new main quest with accompanying side-quests. then there are the mods that are just for fun, such as the pokeball mod. catching monsters and npc in pokeballs then hitting someone with the pokeball and the npc jumps out and fight to the death. i saw a video based on a series of mods that made me think all this. i have included the video in the post. watch as hilarity ensues... plus the music is catchy.


20 comments:

  1. I have never played that game. D:

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  2. Hahaha ohh wow, thats completely crazy. It looks like a LOT of fun.

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  3. but you can build a gaming desktop + a netbook for the same price as a gaming laptop. plus a netbook gets like 8 hours battery life and is half the weight ;)

    plus you can upgrade a gaming rig and it will last forever.

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  4. Oblivion modding is always good for a laugh.

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  5. I love Oblivion and i wish i could mod my games XD

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  6. Make your own gaming laptop! My friend got an Alienware gaming laptop and it ran him up to 2,000 bucks. You're better off new-egging it. :)

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  7. Then just upgrade your pc or get a new one. A gaming laptop is a horrible idea.

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  8. Its great to have so many ways to enhance or virtually reinvent the game! thanks for the heads up.

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  9. You can always upgrade your desktop, or slowly start building one over time. Get the parts that wont be replaced first.. Like the case, then monitor, ect. :)

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  10. nice one, sounds like much fun, like it ;)
    keep it up

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  11. I lost my BOUGHT copy of the game ...

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  12. Those mods add some spunk. Great stuff!

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  13. I've always wanted a gaming computer of some kind but they've always been too expensive at the time

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  14. I'd still suggest going for a stationary pc if you want it for gaming, it usually isn't very worthwhile doing it on a laptop.

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  15. Oblivion is great ... well if you choose well you can find an affordable laptop that is not exactly made for gaming but that can still fit the role pretty well !

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