A Forgotnot modder has now allowed players to order real pizza themselves to be delivered directly to them. Generally considered one of the best old scrolls games around, this Bethesda RPG for teens may seem quite primitive compared to the current era of gaming, but it’s still a fan favorite, with stunning visuals for its time and standout voice acting from Sir Patrick Stewart and Sean Bean. Perhaps what has helped keep the game in good favor all these years is the sheer number of ways to tinker with the format.
games like Skryim have a slew of weird and wonderful fan-made mods. Such examples include turning guards into chickens, giving the player a stick that produces sweet buns, or the spooky one that converts giant spiders into a weird Spider-Man. Oversight is no different from such a quirk, and while many mods seek to make improvements to the vanilla experience, either visually or by adding custom content that extends the life of the game, there are people in the community who want to inject something a little different.
That’s exactly what modder Nikies42 did with his “Pizzablivion” mod. As spotted by PCGamer, this user has managed to create a way to order Domino’s pizza via Oversight. With a little tinkering, players can use a new character, who goes by Pizza Black and is located outside of Weye, just west of the Imperial City, to have real pizza delivered to their doorstep. The option will appear to be asking for the usual, which in this case will be a 12 inch thin crust, 8 garlic bread twists and a 20 oz bottle of Lemon Fuze tea, for a total of $28.23, taxes and delivery included. It is important that players edit the .py file and enter the correct delivery details beforehand. The modder also encourages anyone who knows how to code to change the order if they know how.
It’s also not the first food-based mod that’s been released for a old scrolls Thu. Earlier this year, someone started a burger restaurant for Skyrim called Burger Jarl. This establishment is located near the Broken Fang Cave fishing site, and the menu consists of cheeseburgers, milkshakes, a cola alternative, nuggets, and a Big Jarl, which appears to be a larger version of the cheeseburger.
With Nikies42’s mod, it’s possible to order real food instead, which is quite unique. With Oversight containing one of the most memorable release moments from a Bethesda release, it certainly has an air of immersion. But nothing says “immersive” like being able to place an actual food order from within the game itself.
The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion is currently available on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.
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Source: PCGamer, Nexus Mods