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  1. According to an online article, id Software abandoned "Duke Nukem 4". After suffering from a serious blow economically, they tried to find another publisher. Since they could not find a partner, they decided to let the franchise come to an end. I read the article a few months ago, so I do not know if anything has changed. Bethesda makes pretty good games, so maybe they can revieve id's older franchises.
  2. Apologize for what? You cannot control how fast or slow the game ages. Team-Gizka has been working hard on the fixes, tweaks, and add-ons, but they also cannot control the progression of time. Even though I come here to check out the mod's progress, I do not have the same vision as I once did. After watching the trailer for SW:TOR, I pretty much counted this mod as being dead on arrival. SW:TOR has already changed the original story, which Obsidian originally created for the third game. Anything that is added by this mod has already been written out of history, so it no longer has any type of
  3. Remember that its only a rumor. Until someone confirms the article, I would not give this rumor any weight. Give it some time. NWN3 MMO might not be a bad idea, but lets wait an see what comes out of Atari. I loved playing NWN2.
  4. They are a very politically biased group of individuals, and if you disagree with their philosophy they will gang up on you. I don't suggest them to anyone. When it comes to Lucasforums.com, I would keep your distance from any involvement. Even though the owner commited fraud, him and his friends framed more than one of their visitors in recent history. They take part in discrimination when it comes to politics. They are equivalent to an online cult. Keep your distance and google other locations. You might want to try StarWars.com they have a set of forums.
  5. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/30265030/ I hope its $3.6 million each. Every single movie and music cd/dvd I own is store bought. We need more prison time for them. One year is not enough. Here is the best way to see this: PirateBay is providing the escape car while someone robs a bank or store. They are literally saying, "I will drive the car anywhere in the world. All you have to do is ask, and we will drive you to the door. Don't tell me what your doing, but I have no problem sitting in the driver's seat to transport you." If you think about their car as being a massive vessel (worl
  6. Yup. It's by the same person. Not only is it the same old patch full of "stolen" work, it will definitely conflict with TSLRP when it is released. Can you expand on this 'stolen' aspect? Are you talking about the files, which are already available to the public both online and on the cds? -or, are you talking about something else? I do not think anyone should be accusing anyone else with stealing. If you are going to make such a statement, do not forget that Team-Gizka originaly stole the files. Lets not go in that direction. Edit- Added: Nevermind, I did not translate your p
  7. I think I get where you are coming from. Since modding is now considered an act of social contribution, modders should only be motivated torwards enhancing such a social construct (aka. the modding community as a whole). Instead of making mods for the sole purpose of self-fulfillment, they owe the community as a whole for their talents. Anything else outside of social contribution is considered futile and useless. Did I read that wrong? If I'm translating your statement correctly, I think the gamming community has missunderstood why modding was started. -and, why people do mod in general. Its
  8. I think I get where you are coming from. Since modding is now considered an act of social contribution, modders should only be motivated torwards enhancing such a social construct (aka. the modding community as a whole). Instead of making mods for the sole purpose of self-fulfillment, they owe the community as a whole for their talents. Anything else outside of social contribution is considered futile and useless. Did I read that wrong? If I'm translating your statement correctly, I think the gamming community has missunderstood why modding was started. -and, why people do mod in general. Modd
  9. That is what made computers and modding great. Since not many people could use a computer or mod, it made people more reluctant to get involved. That is also why I like MSVista. It brought the computer back into the hands of those who are tech savy. Modders back in the day worked in smaller groups, and they didn't care about contributing to society. They were making a statement. Doesn't that take away from the underground uniqueness of being a modder? When things were more difficult, modders and hackers were in a league of their own.
  10. Since this is a SyFy Channel show, I'm starting to fear for "Stargate: Universe". After watching the last episode of "Battlestar Gallactica", I could only imagine how it's sequel will change things. Outside of the 90210 similarity, what other show does it mirror?
  11. Yeah, that is a perk. Undergound modding felt more personal, and it had this kind of 'exclusiveness' to the whole experience. It reminds me of how Heavy Metal went mainstream. Once the word started to spread, that little corner of the world was gone. Everyone started to jump aboard. People became possers, and stores opened to accommodate everyone.
  12. Modding Was Better When it was Underground Before modding became mainstream, the movement was a little dirty secret. Once the gamming companies started to encourage the whole idea, the luster of the act of modding became dull and boring. Has anyone else noticed this?
  13. Someone has to ask. If both of your statements are true, why do you people even bother with maintaining such a thread? Why does this thread exist? Someone has to ask. When will Project Nemesis be done? In other news, loving the demonisation of Dash as some kind of cheap TimFX knockoff. Perhaps as an encore we can blame him for the coal mine closures of the late 80s, take the pressure of Baroness Thatcher for a while? I think we will. If you have been paying attention, you would have noticed my original post. http://forums.obsidian.net/index.php?s=&am...st&p=929136
  14. Magic The Gathering: Alara and Conflux Series Has anyone played the premade sets? What an increditble series. After getting the two "Bant" sets, I was sucked right into the series. Wow! I'm one short of obtaining all ten intro packs, and on April 30th "Alara: Reborn" will be released. This is such an exciting series. Has anyone else bought or played this version of Magic?
  15. Someone has to ask. If both of your statements are true, why do you people even bother with maintaining such a thread? Why does this thread exist?
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