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this post is part of a series which will look at 10 ways that the steam platform could change the way people play online video games. for more detail on the series, check out our previous coverage and the links there. the modding community is already picking up steam, with well over 1,000 mods and 3,500 downloads being added every day. the story of the nexus is not over, however, as it still has the best collection of mods in the world. while the nexus has always been vibrant and has always had a very specific niche, it's clear that valve wants to try and make the steam workshop into the thing that's always connected to the rest of the steam ecosystem, and perhaps even shift the way that people think about the steam client. mw2 crack no steam razor 1911 skyrim it's easy to worry about the future of the nexus and similar sites; after all, the biggest releases on the nexus have been skyrim: dragonborn and skyrim: hearthfire. with skyrim: dawnguard out now, it's clear that the skyrim crew is officially coming back to the nexus this month, and it's also clear that a lot of people are looking forward to that. but if you look at the history of this community, you can see that people have been thinking about this for ages. i spoke to one of the founders of the nexus, the community has been around for a while, and this is the third time that he's seen the steam workshop and modding move into the mainstream. the game's world is one of the most beautiful i ve ever seen, and those moments of seeing giant mushrooms, ancient ruins, or a level-crashing volcano are few and far between. if youve seen the video above that took a mod that lets you control skyrim's weather with the arrow keys, you ll know what i mean. the video itself is a little annoying, however, as it starts out with a rather flat introduction of what a mod is and how it works, and the presenter starts talking about how it works a bit too soon. i know the video was made to be short, but it could have done with a little more variety. not that that was enough to detract from the overall presentation, which is excellent, as it should be, but still.



the good news is that the modding community seemed to take our move with a grain of salt. the biggest complaint was that i'd chosen to go down the paid model rather than the free one that nexusmods were offering. the idea that there might be some benefit to a paid model was new, and so was the idea that valve might want in on the business. but the concerns over what paid mods would do for the modding scene seemed to have been mostly dismissed. people worried that steam would encourage a flood of copycat paid mods, but that didn't happen (and if it had, the situation is one which most people would call a win). to the best of our knowledge, there's not a single paid mod on the workshop that was influenced by us, even though we're pretty sure that some mods were affected by the financial situation. there are two main problems that we see with free mods, and one that's somewhat unique to paid mods. the first is a matter of discoverability. a lot of steam users don't know how to get to the skyrim modding community, and even those who do might not know that there's a second place to go for mods (e.g. nexusmods or nexusmods/steamworks). this can be a bit of a problem for paid mods, since it's harder to get people to discover them. for mods that are free to use, this is rarely a problem- even if you use an unofficial launcher like nexusmods/nexusmods, it's pretty easy to locate the right mod from the list- but paid mods can be a lot more difficult to find, especially as the volume of content increases and the modding scene becomes more diverse. it's the kind of thing you'd always been taught to avoid, but which in practice doesn't really matter. cooking is an extremely useful task. and yet so much of the questing in skyrim has to do with "getting gear" that you end up spending more time running around collecting ingredients than you do actually doing anything with them. it's time well spent. i've spent countless hours trying to crack the code on the righteous crusader's sword of risen recipe in skyrim, and it's only now that i can actually cook the ingredients. i've wanted to do that for years. 2bb342d4c0


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