7 Mods To Improve Your Nude Skyrim Experience

Normally aabicus is the expert when it comes to nude mods and what works best, but frankly I think nude mods work very well in Skyrim. It’s the sort of fantasy genre where you can just about imagine people running around naked. At least, some of them. But while installing a nude mod in Skyrim, there are caveats and things that can be improved. And how do we improve mods? With more mods, of course! In today’s article, we’ll have a look at some mods that make the nude experience so much more enjoyable, while also giving you a little… [Continue Reading]

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Cautious Shot Is (Currently) A Worthless Mod

Warframe has a huge number of mods. Because of how many mods it has, it’s guaranteed that some Warframe mods will be bad. Some Warframe mods have no practical use despite sounding good on paper. Many Warframe mods have more useful variants or are simply too niche in their usage. In fact, some mods could be usable, if they didn’t cost so much. But there are plenty of mods that have the pretense of being useful when they simply are not. Today, I want to talk about one of these mods. Editor’s note: It turns out self-damage is actually going… [Continue Reading]

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On Using DynDOLOD

Skyrim, even without mods, has always looked kinda pretty up close, but if you look more than a few grids away (the loading distances Skyrim sorta uses) then everything goes to crap. Things pop in and out of existence, grass ceases to exist, textures look awful… it’s just all round a shitty look. There have been numerous attempts to fix this stuff so that the distance looks at least tolerable compared to the pretty area loaded around you, but the only real solution is DynDOLOD. DynDOLOD is basically a program that combs through your installed mods and automatically creates dynamic… [Continue Reading]

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The Weapon Exilus Adapter

The Old Blood came out with many strange things, but one of the strangest things is the Weapon Exilus Adapter, a new item that allows you to unlock a new slot that has appeared on all primary and secondary weapons, just like the Warframe Exilus Adapter. Now, for Warframes, the Exilus Adapter is there for utility mods only. This is where you put mods like Rush (for sprint speed), the hacking and loot radar mods, or things like increased bullet jump or reduced friction. In theory, at least, none of these mods are supposed to do any damage, as they’re… [Continue Reading]

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An Inability To Call A Dragon

I’m not very good when it comes to Skyrim modding. I can do basic things, like maybe making a follower or making a stupidly overpowered weapon. Heck, I can only just make basic shouts work. But according to Nexus Mods, the three shitty mods I have uploaded there have got over 1000 downloads combined, which means that I’m now a modder and have access to the Nexus Mods Skyrim modding forum. Most of those downloads come from the Summon Dragons – Durnehviir’s Necromancy mod that I made a really fucking long time ago. The mod adds a small portal which… [Continue Reading]

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The Curious Situation that is whatever Set Mods are supposed to be

When the Plains of Eidolon came out, something else was added as well, slipped in for us to sort of consider later, and offered mainly as bounty rewards. These were the three set mods, the Augur, Vigilante and Gladiator set mods. The concept behind these mods is simple: you use one of these mods, you get a small bonus. The more mods in the set that you use, the stronger the bonus will be. The Augur mod set gives you shields whenever you use energy, the Gladiator set gives you 15% melee critical chance, which stacks with your melee combo… [Continue Reading]

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Modding the Awkward Way

Lately, I’ve been playing Warframe with my brother Smeghead. I introduced him to the game in April last year, and he’s really enjoyed it, having reached Mastery Rank 21 with ease. His favourite character is Rhino, and his glorious Rubedo-plated Rhino Prime is his most used frame, complete with several Forma and all the maxed mods. Meanwhile, my beloved Volt Prime still does not have a single Forma embedded in him. You see, Smeghead mods like a normal person. He fully upgrades his mods. If a Warframe or weapon doesn’t have enough room for a mod, then he sticks a… [Continue Reading]

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5 Of My Favorite Free-to-Play Nude Mods

Warning! Censored images of naked people (and one bunny) in this article. Turn back if you’re at work! Also assume that any links are to NSFW sites. It’s an article about nudity, so we’re warning you now. There ARE naked people here. Turn away if you don’t like that. Do you like nude mods? I like nude mods. But up till now, the only free-to-play game I’ve covered in my articles is the nude mod for Star Trek Online. This time I wanted to write about other games you can play right now without spending any money. Star Wars: The… [Continue Reading]

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What? A Team Fortress Classic update?

It was surprising enough that Team Fortress 2 is forecasting activity this summer, but I don’t think anyone was expecting a new update for its predecessor, Team Fortress Classic! The last time we got an update for this game was the infamous March 29, 2013 update that pushed forward a few minor model upgrades and (much more importantly) reset everyone’s game folders, which wiped all customizations, mods, and configs. That’s right, a lot of people lost years of mods and settings if they hadn’t been bothering to back them up (and why would they? TFC never gets updates, does it?) I’m not sure… [Continue Reading]

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You Can Finally Be Nude in Star Trek Online Again

Warning! Censored images of naked people in this article. Turn back if you’re at work! The nude mod for Star Trek Online can trace its roots all the way back to 2012, when it was originally made by a GVZ user who went by the names meehee and thefunkyone, before his mods went offline due to the home forum shutting down. Lucky for us, somebody shared the file with budding modder Password42, who updated it for the (then) current game. He maintained it until February 2016, when changes to Star Trek Online’s underlying programming made it inherently unstable. Then it went offline,… [Continue Reading]

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