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4 years ago#1
You think with modio some of the plentiful mods on the pc can be made for use on the 360? If this topic exists then sorry.
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4 years ago#2
Its not that simple.
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4 years ago#3
Actually, technically it is VERY simple. For Oblivion almost ALL non-script requiring mods DO work on the 360. The issue is that Microsoft doesn't easily allow mods on consoles.

Basically it's really up to Microsoft whether mods make it onto the 360. Bare in mind that Unreal Tournament 3 is moddable on PS3 and almost all PC versions of games with the Unreal Engine have values in their configuration files for PC, PS3, AND 360. All of these values would EASILY be alterable if Microsoft would allow it.
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4 years ago#4
Ninja_Gaignun posted...
Its not that simple.

Its about as simple as peeling a banana. Pretty much all you need is a USB flash drive and you're good to go. You won't be able to use all of the PC mods obviously, but you can get "god like" characters in about 5 minutes.
4 years ago#5
As others have said, it is simple. What isn't simple however, is teaching Microsoft about fun.
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4 years ago#6
Yea using a usb stick you could do all kinds of things with Oblivion saves you couldn't do in the actual game.(yes on the 360) Getting the mythic dawn armor is one example i've seen.. Look up some videos on youtube my friend.. Was going to try it a while ago too just never got around to it.. Too busy playing a bunch of PS3 games I some how missed over the years lol.

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