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It's a story GamePolitics passed on more than a month ago and, to be honest, we're still not sure how much ink the user-modified topless female characters in Elder Scrolls IV Oblivion deserve. On April 2nd a source we know and trust pointed us to the patch at Adult Game Reviews definitely not safe for work. Maeyanie's comments to the file seem to place responsibility for the creation of the breasts in question with the developer: " In the process of trying to create a nude skin for Oblivion, I found Bethesda had already done all the work for me.
Take-Two Interactive may not have a follow-up for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas yet, but it appears the publisher does have a pseudo-sequel to that game's Hot Coffee scandal on its hands. Inital reports indicated that only the PC version of the game had been re-rated. Originally released with a rating of T for Teen, the game has now been rerated M for Mature, due to "more detailed depictions of blood and gore than were considered in the original rating, as well as the presence of a locked-out art file or 'skin' that, if accessed through a third-party modification to the PC version of the game, allows the user to play with topless versions of female characters.
This is a utility for managing plugins, and also for packing them for distribution. A comprehensive, all-in-one revamp of Oblivion character heads. New head shapes, skin textures, normal maps, eye textures and some new hairstyles covering all races in the game, including Dremoras and Shivering Isles races, all built to a single unified art direction that adheres to the styles of Skyrim and TESO.
Created with the Elder Scrolls CS 1. Its probably better that you install the 1. Changes: Several slight tweaks along with an updated I.
Note: This page contains links to nude body mods for Oblivion. View at your own discretion! Female body replacers vary substantially from voluptuous to waifish to athletic.
I think the sheer number of bugs that still plague the game even after the official patch is noteworthy. A fansite called Baldurdash has identified more than such bugs many of them critical, including "crashes-to-desktop and many quest errors that break entire questlines". It is certainly possible to complete the game without running into major issues minor ones, as we know, occur aplentybut a significant portion of these bugs can severely break the game if you happen to run into them, and Bethesda apparently has no plans to fix them.