OMM is an easy to use mod manager that allows users to easily manage several thousand different user profiles, configurations and settings for your The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion game at once. With a click of a button, you can quickly and easily manage all of your players, their skills, attributes, races, quests and much more. In this review we take a closer look at the features of this powerful program.
The main reason I love OMM is because it allows me to efficiently cater to my massive database of user profiles, allowing me to quickly identify which skill level or character build combination is the best in order to level up or maximize my XP potential. I also like how convenient it is to update the game data files, as opposed to manually doing so each time. With the vast amount of player information found in the well-designed interface, you will know what gear your characters have, which items are sold, and which recipes have ingredients. For example, when crafting your character you will know the ingredients required to make a specific item. The interface makes it very easy for me to keep track of all of these in one place.
I use several oblivion mods on a daily basis, and while they don't necessarily add content, they do a great job at expanding and enhancing the game. When using any oblivion mod manager, it's important that you're able to seamlessly install and uninstall any mod without getting confused or overwriting your game's data files. That's why I like OMM, it has been downloaded hundreds of times and has always been reliable. If you're looking for an effective way to manage your oblivion mods, or other game mods for that matter, give the oblivion mod manager a try. It might just be the best tool you ever had for any modding experience.