Its Nod, not "NOD". Nod is not an acronym like GDI is, its a name.
Never quite figured this out!
Any chance of the music for the ECA to be posted on ModDB or anything...?
The description seems to end too early. "After the shameful defeat at Ku"?
Finnaly on ModDB!
*Yawn* Anime :P
So do I. Especialy with the recent reveals of Microsofts close cooperation with the NSA.
How can this mod be so awesome and CoH2 be so "Meh"?!
Thats a really neat plan! I like, I like.
Oh no :(
I guess the main problem is the fact that the UDK lacks any form of support for Linux then?
Hm, thats interesting. How do you develope for Linux in the UDK, if I may ask? Yes, I am a newbie.
There is a few reason this is not going to happen:
Kanes Wrath does not have a functioning official mod kit.
We here at TE do not consider Kanes Wrath to be proper canon.
C&C3 has a lenghty campaign, while Kanes Wrath only has one shorter one.
The only reason that a Kanes Wrath version would be cool is because of that special game mode, whatever they called it.
Shouldnt this be changed from a Crysis Wars mod to a CryEngine 3 indie?
Sooo... 4K? :P
The barracks, along with a few other structures, seriously need some redesigning as well though.
So will the vehicles fire off giant bursts of blue and red fire in all directions now? :P
Renegade was never lore-accurate. Nod didnt have the technology to use portable versions of their Obelisk, especialy not in a hand-held format.
So whats this, a new unit or a replacement for the shadow team?
I defenitely do not mind cosmetic improvements. The mammoth MKII looked like that due to resolution limitations and so forth.
Looking very good. Which CryEninge was it again?
Flak tracks as an example. Or different engineer mechanics. GDI turrets. Small things here and there, not a big deal, but still.
By what, more precisely?
Doesnt quite work as smooth as OpenRA though.
I think what you are doing is really cool. However, I must say that a lot of the things you change does not fit into the canon of C&C, which is something that bothers me and friend who has started playing this, quite a bit.
The ability to play it 100% like vanilla wouldnt be out of order.
Pretty shiny, yes. But I do think the Tiberium is too small. Or rather, it should come in many sizes. An example of much larger Tiberium: Upload.wikimedia.org
Thats really cool! I wouldnt ever have guessed. They all sound like they could be taken out of some major RTS game!
Where DID the ECA voices come from anyways?
I must actually say that I really enjoyed Minecraft, up to but not including the beta-patch 1.8 which implemented all the RPG elements. I prefered it to be very simple and let the players stand for all the creativity.
They could always port to a certain new Renegade-engine... ;)