28 DAYS LATER AND A BIT MOD VIDEO COMING SOON, PROBABLY AFTER THE VIDEO ABOVE IS UPLOADED !
Proof, I don't have a actual capturing device, so quality is shit, but unless you're mentally retarded, this should prove it's possible to mod the ps3 version of oblivion. Haven't tested skyrim yet, I don't have it to test. Works on pretty much all Bethesda games. Just posting to pretty much give pc fan boys a huge middle-finger.
This is actually pretty ground breaking, though it's fairly old, it isn't that well known. But if you have the pc version of oblivion, + tes construction set, you could make your self a custom companion, or a custom house. Or even make a door leading to the testinghall / a door leading back from the testing hall. You can use mods with .bsa files too. You can't how ever use the script extender or .xml mods. (darnified UI for example)
The mod in the video is:
Advanced User Tutorial:
Redefined spoonfeeding Tutorial:
1. Make sure your ps3 is on 3.55 or some other varation of 3.55, I'm personally using 3.55.2 update 6.
2. Make sure you have a usb thumb drive / some sort of way to transfer files, recommended to be 4 gigs or more.
3. Oblivion or some other bethesda game. (I'm using the disc so i can't help people running off usb, but it should work the same.)
4. Go to and download a mod you like, or more for that matter.
5. Create a folder on your desktop called "INSTALLEDDLC" no quotion marks, then within that folder place the mods you downloaded, and move the "INSTALLEDDLC" folder onto your usb flash drive or what ever you're using to transfer files to your PS3..
I've updated step 6, you don't actually need to create the two text files.
6. MAKE SURE you rename the mod and replace all lowercase letter with capitals. EVEN the file extension.
Remove ALL spaces / symbols from the mods name, capital alphabet / numbers ONLY.
Also it's probably a good idea to shorten mods names too.
For example: "Spells for you.esp" must be renamed "SPELLSFORYOU.ESP", and "Spells for you.bsa" must be renamed "SPELLSFORYOU.BSA".
7. Next, copy the files with a file manager to BLUS30007/USERDIR/, and put INSTALLEDDLC in USERDIR, then just exit out of whatever file manager you're using and start oblivion.
8. Enjoy your mods !________________________________________________
If the above tutorial(s) gets you thrown off, you can try my INSTALLEDDLC folder or use it as a template.
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