Monday, 21 November 2016

Game of Thrones Season 1 Trailer Recreated in Skyrim (over 260 Skyrim mods used)

quote [ I have used Skyrim to recreate Game of Thrones at last. I am starting with the season 1 trailer but I will most likely do every Game of Thrones trailer as time goes on. This video features over 260 Skyrim mods so that every Game of Thrones asset from the Season 1 trailer looks just right.

Basically it turns out Skyrim is shockingly perfect for recreating Game of Thrones. Skyrim has such a range of Game of Thrones esque locations, outfits, hairstyles, weapons and animals. I always wondered how Game of Thrones and Skyrim would match up together and now we know! I have managed to recreate pretty much every character from the show, although the trailer mostly focuses on Ned Stark (and Little Finger oddly)... ]
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[by vintuk@2:38amGMT]


HP Lovekraftwerk said @ 2:46am GMT on 21st Nov
"Basically it turns out Skyrim, along with 260 mods, is shockingly perfect for recreating Game of Thrones. Skyrim's main questline and role-playing opportunities still suck royal balls, though."
cb361 said[1] @ 7:42am GMT on 21st Nov [Score:2 Funny]
Let me guess: Someone stole your sweetroll.
HP Lovekraftwerk said @ 7:56am GMT on 21st Nov
Worse than that: Someone stole my ability to make meaningful choices, affect the game world, or have speech checks mean anything.
cb361 said @ 7:59am GMT on 21st Nov [Score:1 Funny]
I heard about you and your honeyed words.
HP Lovekraftwerk said @ 8:09am GMT on 21st Nov
foobar said @ 10:54am GMT on 21st Nov
I actually never got around to playing the main questline. I put dozens of hours into several characters, but I always found something more interesting.
HP Lovekraftwerk said @ 1:46pm GMT on 21st Nov
Ah, all of the "go here and kill a thing and get a thing" quests.
arrowhen said @ 6:46pm GMT on 21st Nov
You need to go inside, little cub.
foobar said @ 9:22pm GMT on 21st Nov
I once collected hundreds, if not thousands of skulls in my house. Mostly thrown into the forge. Skullforge.
arrowhen said @ 10:02pm GMT on 21st Nov
My house was filled with stolen cheese.
foobar said @ 10:05pm GMT on 21st Nov
Now I'm craving a good open world RPG. Any coming out soon/recently?
arrowhen said @ 10:48pm GMT on 21st Nov [Score:1 Funny]
Not that I know of. The last time I looked, I just ended up playing another hundred hours of Skyrim.
HP Lovekraftwerk said @ 12:17am GMT on 22nd Nov
Fallout New Vegas is quite good, though it differs a lot from Skyrim in several key points:

1. The plot doesn't really suck.
2. You have decisions that matter.
3. You have factions you can join that actually have a philosophy behind them.
4. The DLC is good to excellent.
5. There are no immortal NPCs apart from children and one robot.
6. Speech skills actually work and have meaning.
Dienes said @ 2:05pm GMT on 21st Nov
I've never completed the main quest but by God I've saved the Dark Brotherhood 4 times now.
cb361 said[1] @ 5:24pm GMT on 21st Nov [Score:1 Good]
In Morrowind and Oblivion I followed the main quest with the tenacity of a cliff racer. So when I started Skyrim, I decided to ignore all quests for a month, and live as an NPC.
arrowhen said @ 6:45pm GMT on 21st Nov
Heh, I put about 4,000 hours into over a hundred characters and only did the main questline once.

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