Dualshock Nexus: Check out these several helpful glitches that can be found in Skyrim.
The full set of glitches can be viewed at the source.
The infinite magica glitch is really helpful. I'll let my buddy know about this.
Lol that infin magicka 'glitch' is sh*t, on a side note though ive had a genuine magicka 'glitch' dunno how it happens but done it a few times now where i just suddenly get infini magicka, the blue bar just wont delpeete just stays full
@2:15 "That's not your horse!"-me
I like the sprint glitch. Just gets me to where I need to go quicker.
Gold glitch sounds useful. I've got my house in Whitrun literally overflowing with expensive jewelry, gemstones and scrolls because it's so tedious trying to sell off loot to shopkeepers that don't have the money to buy more than a fraction of what I need to unload.
It's not a glitch. It's called console commands on PC
tgm tcl player.additem f 999999999999999999
@bracetoaster isnt it 0000000f then 9999999999999999?
Actually yeah, I think it is. I don't cheat so I wasn't positive.
@MRMagoo123 "f" in hexadecimal is equal to "00000000f", just like "1" in base 10 is the same as "00001". Therefore, both of your versions work. I would use player.additem f 99999999, as it takes less typing.
Pffft. All of these glitches are pointless on the PC where they are available via console commands. So glad I brought this game for the PC, it appear to be superior to the console version in all aspects. One of the handy thing I found is the ability to bring up the character creation menu to tweak my character's looks while playing the game. With my PS3 that simple feature doesn't exist. I would have to start a brand new game for that.
console gaming is more convenient and practical and more accessible to the average gamer. mods and other features along the lines arnt enough to get me to buy a gaming pc specially since i dnt spend that much time playing anyways. ppl have lifes...and pc gaming takes way too much of it
What is the point of buying Skyrim if you're not going to "spent that much time playing it"? Get MW 3 then if you want something accessible and doesn't require a time investment. Skyrim is basically an offline MMO. Thats why I brought it for the PC instead of my PS3. I want to get the best experience I can with all the options.
The way you speak, you would think that your OPINION is law. The man above you is correct, different people have different priorities, some are in the real world, others.... well, read your last comment. LOL.
It is law because it's my opinion. Did I say everyone should get the PC version because the PS3 is inferior? I said I'm glad I brought this for the PC. I had a choice to make and I'm glad I made the right choice. . I want to play the best version of the game not appease to whatever platform you worship. Damn fanboys.
Bought not brought.
Lol, why do you keep saying brought? Isn't it "bought"? xDDD Edit: Ahh, bigtrucknd beat me to it! damn xP
@ Bolts - You make me almost sick to admit that I lived in San Diego. You need anger management sir.
Once I cheat in a game it seems to ruin it for me... I had to grind a bit in dark souls and I regret it even now...
agreed im not sure why people cheat, breaks the game and takes away all the challenge. i would never cheat in a game like this unless i have beatin it the way it was meant be played first. i level as i go, i get money from selling items and questing. i understand some people dont have alot of time, im included in that bracket. but at the same time, why buy a game like this if you didnt want to put in the time? i play about 2 hrs a day, skipping a day here and there and have full intentions on playing this often for many months. no reason to rush to beat it.
Have found out when u loot the skeleton, don't pick any book at all, go in and out, and everything there'll be one more book, when is enough, take them all!
>.> <.< ... say, what?
While its nice to have the options of cheats/ glitches, I will reserve that for my "fucking around" playthrough of the game
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