The Lost Spires v13 - Unofficial Oblivion Expansion

Uncover the mysteries of ancient Tamriel as only one can, through the Archeology Guild. Scale the guild's ranks and explore new, exotic locales to unravel a plot of sinister deceit, betrayal, and doom.

  • Single, climactic story-arc supported with 10 highly immersive dungeons
  • New Archeology Guild, filled with dozens of collectable display items
  • Two entire cave retextures
  • Over a dozen retextured creatures
  • 100+ new custom meshes
  • Powerful new lore-soaked loot
  • Functional bear trap
  • Deep, characterized NPCs
  • Epic, heart-pounding battles
  • Must-have modder's resource
  • Over 15 hours of new gameplay
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This game is less buggy than most. Ive had it since it was released and run 100 mods at least all the time...and these are gigantic mods that change the game across the board...the game has run stellar for me no matter what I throw at it. The bottom line is, you must have a decent machine. One of the greatest games of all times and absolutely one of the least buggy.

For all those people who said all this crap about Oblivion being buggy... Then why did you read the article and post about how buggy the game is, instead of actually talking about the mod itself. Geez.

Great Rpg - YES
Buggy - YES
Repetitive Gameplay - YES
Time to play xpack with all the great new games coming up - NO

I for some reason lost interest in this game. Just uninstalled it about 2 weeks ago after not playing it for over a year. I think it was because it was too buggy. I took down a portal and never got credit for it, nor did it disappear.

Initially it was a bit buggy. The patches sorted it out, I finished the game, was quite enjoyable, and im not normally a RPG person

(Raa said @ #1.1)
Initially it was a bit buggy. The patches sorted it out, I finished the game, was quite enjoyable, and im not normally a RPG person

the patches did dick all, its the buggiest game of all time
they dont care about there users anymore, people in the community had to clean up after them

pretty sad

anyways, i wouldnt call this news unless your willing to post about every single oblivion mod ever made
thats all it is, nothing special at all

(X'tyfe said @ #1.2)

the patches did dick all, its the buggiest game of all time
they dont care about there users anymore, people in the community had to clean up after them

pretty sad

anyways, i wouldnt call this news unless your willing to post about every single oblivion mod ever made
thats all it is, nothing special at all

Buggiest game of all time? Hell, when I first played it, it wasn't all that bad at all, and that was without patches. The patches have cleaned up a lot of things. Also, the community will ALWAYS come out with better stuff as they have countless people who are willing to dedicate their time to adding new content, revamping many scripts and systems, and such without being paid. That doesn't make Oblivion any less of a game though by far. In fact, I go through much of the game and sit there thinking how much time was spent on each area as there are a gazillion dungeons and places to roam. It's not as big as Morrowind, that's for sure, but it does have a lot of content.

The community is quite literally the never-ending expansion to Oblivion as it was to Morrowind. One of the biggest achievements I've seen is the Morroblivion mod which uses a tool to convert Morrowind landmasses, textures, NPCs and such to be played on Oblivion. Hell, if they go as far as they say they're attempting, that's a GIANT new land to roam.