I code stuff!
Paths need to be rebuilt!
B-b-but I like typing!
Yeah, just look at my school for instance, each year there's like 8 groups of 8 coders.
And there's a hell of a lot more out in the world.
Finding ones to join a free mod project on a game the majority of all those many coders in the world probably don't even have and be available to do work besides their own projects, now that's hard :)
Yeah this mod is the exact opposite, SB(Super Badass!)
Had a ton of fun with this :D
Works now, thanks for that :)
When I launched it through SideKick it seems to mess up the _english .txt file as localization stuff went missing, when I relaunched through Steam it was fine again though, thought I'd report that as I believe chat doesn't properly work anymore when that happens.
Oh I just spotted this type in the article summary, just HAD to post it:
What are buf gixes?
Same, I installed with the torrent download, can't update with Sidekick, using the username and password still in my email inbox to the letter, case perfect and it won't accept it, so I can't update either.
It better not be an April Fools btw, it's 2nd april here when I woke up and saw this.
Oh, that's a change from the last trail I saw :O
I couldn't even recognize it as Source.
Job well done on the makeover, gameplay looks smooth too.
Well not all my goals are in video's, but it does show how devepopment progresses quite well.
You shouldn't abuse hotdogs like that, you evil bastard.
Just be aware, you don't have unlimited arrows :)
But small goals, that's the way to go, achieving smaller goals working towards a bigger goal can be satisfying, while just shooting at a harder to hit goal will merely end up in frustrating failure, hitting targets along the way to it will have that gratification of hitting each target. (or most at least)
I use a similar approach, just take a look at my profile, the recent video's of the last 2 weeks I have there are part of a new hobbyist project, each time a reach a goal I set out(whether that's expirementation or not) I make a video to show it off and it feels good making progress like this.
Looks good :)
Well that's your opinion, I haven't played the demo, but my opinion would be it's a perfectly fair price, it looks great, a lot of work went into it and I've seen worse games with crappier looks charge at least double.
I don't think I'll buy it, but it looks good enough to make me want it! But I'm not that into tower defense type games and I'd make me too distracted from my current development progress.
Chivalry: Most Dramatic Sounding Storytelling of 2011.
Still, good stuff, but the voice, way too dramatic :O
Yeah I'm pretty sure it was Maarten :D
I remember a Off Limits coder was one of the people who helped me got started with Off Limits, I wonder if he's still on the team.
Hilarious how you got people to + vote the one who's been making the **** they're hating on. Well played on that, I give you that.
No one is banning anything, it got removed and the creators can continue to work on it and show that work.
Please leave comments like "Kill/Bury yourself" out of this, I've seen no one imply anything that would even suggest fascism.
You however appear quite radical, you disagree with someone and then according to you doesn't deserve to live, I'm shocked and you are more like a fascist than whoever you were talking to.
Religion different then mine? DIE. Opinion different then mine? DIE.
See the resemblance?
Get some common sense man.
"There is no Freedom of Speech if we pick and choose which can speak freely"
Which seems to be the case here, I can find nothing in the US constitution at least that proves the right of ModDB to say they're still upkeeping freedom of speech.
Therefore you are in the right there. Touché to you then.
Your fact still remains unproven, but it's no longer relevant, freedom of speech is broken here, because people found it to cross the lines of what's permitted, but this line only seems to exist in what the people made up, not how it is in fact.
So while ModDB does have the right to remove content as they choose legally, this then does not indeed uphold freedom of speech.
So really, +1 to you for winning this argument.
Regardless, my opinion(freedom of speech and opinion eh?) is still that ModDB did the right thing, regardless of keeping in mind those people's freedom of speech or not.
I have done as you say and googled the US Constitution, what I find there is but one reference to freedom of speech, namely in this section:
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of
No other mentions of freedom relating to this subject, or any mentions regarding crossing the line of freedom of speech. So either all 4 US constitutions I've been looking through are fakes, or it's not in the US consitution, but perhaps somewhere else. For it does seem strange there is nothing about racism, affecting freedom of other others or other cases of what is crossing the line.
So, if what you say is a fact, it's not anywhere in the US consitution that I can see it, so where is this fact written then?
Constitution, show me a place where I can read this constitution then, again you come with no proof.
Is your country's constitution even the same as mine? And what constitution would apply to an international website that has users from all over the world?
Oh really? Clarify that and these "you people".
That is your opinion, it is not a fact.
Discriminating a person for skin color, for example: You are speaking freely, but it's discrimination and will not be tolerated.
Does discrimating someone directly affect that persons freedom?
What about insulting a police officer, or anyone for that matter. Real freedom of speech would be saying what you think of that person("I don't like you!") insulting someone is another matter though as police officers can give you a fine for insulting an officer on duty and perhaps worse.
But does that affect their freedom directly?
The answer for both of these is no, you are trying to present your opinion as a fact, I recommend you package it as what it really is.
But perhaps I'm wrong and what you say is true, which would mean freedom of speech is drilled into the ground when it shouldn't, but to prove that, present the actual fact from a credible source.
What I'm saying may not be facts either, but it's how I've perceived them to be in my country, whether these things are right or not.
I'm however not going to hunt down the appropriate facts, the whole point of this is, if you are just giving your opinion, state it as such, what you just said came accross as quoting a fact, but without citing a credible source.
Whatever the consequences, I think this was a right step, it's not about it being about killing, media and others will always be using violence in games as an excuse for the flawed moral upbringing and guidance of people's children when they go nuts.
This is about ill intent, the creators of that "mod" were like cinco said above, intent on seeing how far they could push the boundaries and get as much as attention as possible, such behaviour is a disgrace to both modding and gaming developers who may make games with murder or without murder, but are doing so without the intent to drag the reputation of games(and in this case mods) further into the mud.
Free speech is nice and all, but it's limited regardless, discrimination isn't allowed just because there's free speech.
This mod was an attempt to see how far they could push it, they pushed too far and are now facing the consequences and it's not exactly stopping them from continuing their work.
ModDB is like a website hosting service, except it hosts mods and games and other game related content in a different format. Aren't normally those normally asked to shut down sites hosting things like child porn?
I can't imagine they're not, there's a limit to what is acceptable to put up for hosting, the line was intentionally crossed here and ModDB took action after being pressured to do so.
There will likely be consequences, but there would be too if they did not take action, whatever they'd choose to do, they'd have people pointing their fingers at them, but I think they did the right thing in giving the developers a good hint that what they're doing is not acceptable.
In a way I agree, in another way I don't, it's an alpha, but already the combat looks different from both what the mod was and Mount&Blade.
The animations just have a ... bad look somehow sometimes, but that was mostly before the frantic first person combat bit started then it looked great!
Previously this "sequel" of AoC never really peeked my interest, but this video got my interest, so definitely tracking, keep it up guys!
Interested, but have to dissapoint you, since I'm not nearly dedicated enough, nor have my own PC available and logging that time is just not possible without. I'm wonder what humongus things you have planned to require 20 hours per week programming though.
Anyway, have you considered going to the UDK? I'd say it's biggest worry with that would be the server browser deal(assuming that's still an issue), but the bonus of being standalone would draw in more people(I hope :P)
Also idea: A semi tower defense kinda game, gardeners move along set paths to... gardeneer stuff, players have to strategically position themselves and set off traps and **** by their own suicides.
Well, that sounds like a lot of work actually, but just spewing stuff ^_^
You ran it over, then catnapped it and did necrophile things with it.
THE PLOT THICKENS.
But seriously, I wonder what these bad things are he mentions, this smells like slander.
Agreed, though I'm aware of the pains involved, I sure do.
I had this downloaded to try this, but hearing this I guess I won't bother to install it.
I know it's no fun, but it's going to make your players happy :)