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Posted 30 January 2002 - 04:38 AM
Original post by Damocles
Hey liquid, fancy meeting you here
IMHO I think new or at least quality gameplay should be the backbone of any mod. People don't expect mods to be the best looking games in the world, but gameplay is what will make or break them. As for whether or not developers expect this is another matter. I think most developers will give the tools, and see what happens.
not all games are easily moddable (as you know with DX)
As for expecting support, no they don't expect it they just hope for it. A decent mod community can make or break a game. Especially these days where mods are the only thing keeping most games alive. I think more developers should submit more resources to continued support after release, and I dont just mean patches. Improvements to available tools is what made the UT community enormous.
Posted 02 February 2002 - 02:04 AM
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