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This comment triggered my cat.
I don't have a cat.
Coming soon to Zoo (the TV series).
When I saw "Abandoned", one side of me thought it was true, the other knew it was a lie. xD
I explained it in the first comment. Look at it and the image (press 'view original' to enlarge it).
Steam is saying that the last time those people played those games were in 1 January 1970, before they were released, and, because of that, it labeled those reviews as "Early Access Review".
Happy New Year everybody!
Happy New Year!
If I'm ever in line for something in an English-speaking country, I'll start singing this.
Tell that scrap metal that I wish him a Happy New Year too!
Happy New Year, guys!
I don't think that this would affect the mod.
(NOTE: I'm not defending them, I'm just saying what might have gone through their retarded heads when they sued the fan film.)
They probably sued the film because they see it as a threat to their current film franchise. So, since they are not making a Star Trek space strategy game (as far as we know), I don't think they would have a problem with this.
Of course, the risk still exists (especially since the producers expressed their support for the mod, and corporate ******** are major ********), and doing all this work just to see everything go to waste would be a huge kick in the balls.
On one side, you will not be able to finish this mod, on the other, you will keep working on it to maybe see all (or most) that work go to waste.
This ****** me off (and I'm not even a huge Star Trek fan like you guys).
If reincarnation is true, whether you believe in it or not is irrelevant. :P
I was browsing my Discovery List on Steam, sometimes looking at reviews just to see if there was something interesting/funny in it, and I found this, in 3 different games.
"The last time the author of this review played/used [GAME] was in 1 January 1970, before its release."
Oh, excuse me. I thought this was the Humour Group, and not one of the Debate groups. I'm sorry.
Now seriously: This is HSP. You guys, from both sides, just broke the main rule of this group:
No serious arguments allowed, they have no place here on this group.
Gypsy made a joke. Now, whether you think it's good, bad, funny, stupid, ignorant, naive, etc., that's irrelevant. It is a joke, this is the Humour Group. Done.
Look here: Moddb.com
One man DIED doing that. Now look at the comments. We made jokes and puns of it.
This is the Humour Group, this includes:
*Light humour to black humour.
*Good jokes to bad jokes.
*Humour everyone can laugh about to niche humour.
PS: In my opinion, both sides said stupid things, but I won't write a long comment on that. Wanna know why? This isn't the place for serious topics.
I'm not a moderator, and I can't speak for them, nor give orders. But I can make suggestions that take the rules into account: Please, if any of you wish to continue this conversation/debate/near-shitstorm, take prints of this and post it on a Debate Group and continue it there.
Well, he should have worn protection...
Good to see you are back. Hopefully things will get better and these difficulties will end soon.
Happy new year and here's hope the coming year will be much better!
According to Google's image search, it's from Cloud Atlas.
Looks great, good job.
PS: Thanks for sharing that video. :)
At least she doesn't underdo things.
She would have put a raw fish in a plate and you would have to cook it. xD
What a glorious christmas tree!
Fixed that for you. :P
I say it's not enough!
Well... It was worth it.
I like 1.
I let the voting for the last minute (last hour, to be exact), but I would never forget to vote. Good luck.
Oh my... Putin is the Emperor of Mankind!
That depends. If it goes above 500 suddenly (like when feillyne posts a lot of games at once), it doesn't remove the older ones right away. So, if you get it under 500 not long after it has gone above it, it won't auto delete older updates.
We need to know the context behind how it got to 1000 to be 100% sure.
(Look at us, doing ModDB science. xD)
This makes my constant 450-500 not look so bad. xD
If only it were practical, it would have been beautiful.
I know that some games/mods make unnecessarily long summaries (which kind of breaks the meaning of 'summary'), but I think that hiding them behind something is a bad idea.
Summaries should be just that: summaries.
Now, the main reason some are too big is that the devs put too much information there (sometimes information that isn't even needed for a first impression, and should be somewhere else).
Devs that want to put more information (for example: factions overview, in-depth backstory, etc.) could put them in an article (in Features), and put links/buttons in the summary taking people there.
Tiberian Odyssey is a great example of good usage of Features: Moddb.com If they create a fancy summary, they could put buttons there taking people to these Features, which contain well-organized, in-depth information on the mod.
We should find a way to better convey to the devs how to use everything the site offers. This way they will have an efficient summary, keep their followers updated through 'News', have all important information (like lore, FAQs, etc.) in the 'Features' (and keep them updated as development goes), etc.
I hope I explained that in an understandable way (If not, let me know and I'll try to reword it.)
I like 1 and 3, but if I had to choose, I would say 1.