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The Cyberith Virtualizer sounds like something out of a crappy sci-fi novel — until you watch this video and see what it can do.
Cyberith’s Tuncay Cakmak is at it again, blending the Oculus Rift with the company’s “Virtualizer” treadmill. This time round, instead of taking us through the bullet-riddled battlegrounds of Arma 3 or the… bullet-riddled battlegrounds of Grand Theft Auto IV, we’re slaying dragons, casting spells and punching people in the face with bows in Bethesda’s Skyrim.
With enough mods, anything in Skyrim can get out of hand, really. Here’s salty0range with a bizarre collection of mods, like the recently highlighted train-dragon one, which all come together in a glorious armageddon dance party (which starts sometime at the 1:40 mark, for those of you who are inpatient).
The team behind Skywind, a fan project aimed at transferring Morrowind to the SKyrim engine, have released another trailer. Thanks, guys. Not like I needed the extra sense of longing.
Sometimes, criminal scoundrels need to be stopped — it’s true. But dang, Skyrim guards, just because some Dragonborn get out of hand doesn’t mean you can just do whatever you want!
Making weapon replicas, or building armour sets from Skyrim, or any other Elder Scrolls game is one thing, but creating a whole shelf of Elder Scrolls potions, scrolls and books is some next level stuff. Here’s Faasnu’s shelf, featuring lots of potions and even the Mysterium Xarxes from TES IV: Oblivion.