Sorry about the Swedish, but I hope you get the deal anyway.
If it doesn't display despite the filter saying "All games", you might want to contact Steam Support.
I'm a European federalist. Now you know.
i messsed around with it, and i don't see it. got it on all games and such, so i guess my steam is borked or something :/
hmmm.... then i guess i will try it with just cause 2 first. i'm paranoid when it comes to deleting things on the computer, cause i'm not great with computers QQ
:edit: ok, redownloading it right now, thank y'all for the help <3
Last edited by derpkitteh; 2012-11-03 at 03:16 AM.
I have a question if someone doesn't mind giving me their experience. Its been a few months since I played and decided to start a new game and be somewhat of a dedicated frost mage. My game is still early but im noticing as frost its been pretty darn difficult. I realized it was because a lot of things apparently, resist it (yea yea, in skyrim, i get it lol) So has anyone had a similar game where they were dedicated to frost and found it enjoyable? Or will I just be wishing I went with the fire perks instead? I like the idea of doing a frost/necro kind of build. But I really dont want to have to spend 5 minutes killing things in a cave cause they have 50% resist if its that common.
If your gonna go Pure mage use all types of destruction magic:
- fire for killing stuff fast
- frost for fighting melee heavy enemies over a long period of time
- lightning for mages to drain their mana
And honestly find yourself a Magic re-balancing mod. It will likely make your experience much less frustrating, and possibly allow you to be a Frost focused mage depending on its balance.
Empowered Magic. It doesnt lower enemy resistance (you can only use poisons for that), but it makes magic scale, changes some perks to make them more usefull and increases their costs at higher levels only to balance it.
Originally Posted by High Overlord Saurfangi7-860 @2.8GHz | Radeon HD 7770 | 8GB DDR3-1333MHz | Corsair CX 430W |
Is among other finishers.Paired_DLC02RipHeartOut
Last edited by Verdugo; 2012-11-03 at 09:13 AM.
Thats not a Falmer mask. Its another type of mask altogether. It is also looks very daedric (HM the tentacle inspired one) inspired to me... Nudge nudge wink wink
It looks to be a dragon priest mask to me, I mean, just look at those eyes, they're exactly the same as the other DP masks, which ties in with the "Dragonborn" title for the DLC.
Is there a balance mod out there thats actually good? I hate that the game becomes faceroll once you finished your skilltree
These expansions don't seem as exciting when they are adding things PC gamers have had access to for months. Not getting on Bethesda or anything, just doesn't excite as much.
One can only wonder as to if Skyrim were PC exclusive how the expansions would affect and add on to the game. We would probably see expansions as big as the original game!