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Not at all. Mods are the top reason why I game on PC. It's TC's fault that he decided to play a s***ty Bethesda game and mod it with trivial crap.
Fallout 3 for instance, becomes playable after these mods:
DarNified or any other UI mod, MMM, FWE, NMC texture packs, stutter remover, large address enabler, CFF, Fallout Fullscreen Windowed, EVE, RH Ironsights, ENB.
The difference from vanilla is night and day.
Virtually every game with a modding scene becomes substantially better with mods. If you're expecting a triple A endeavor with baysplosions and epic proportions from a quest mod, you're doing it wrong.
I don't enjoy modding at all. I'd rather play what the developer intended than some random person on the internet. The new ability and balance mods are probably the worst.
There's always huge respect to the original and intended work, but after playing a game in and out, some people want to change that up to try and get a fresh experience from the groundwork which developers created. It's like people who make remixes of their favorite bands.
A pc's brain is the cpu, its heart is the motherboard, its stomach is the hard drive, and its anus is the user.