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I'd offer modeling, but I'm pretty much limiting myself to prop work, and I have a fairly slow work pace at the moment as I'm in a modeling course at a local trade school. On the bright side, I do my own textures whenever possible. But I should also note I'm a bit of a perfectionist which gets me hung up on individual projects for longer than I should be.
TS was C&C 2. Tiberian Twilight was originally going to be a direct sequel. It was to feature CABAL and perhaps the Scrin as separate teams. Nod and GDI would begin a fight for the alliance of The Forgotten who gained the ability to control Tiberium and therefore turn it against the invaders.
This became C&C 3 with the mutants as little more than a footnote.
I'm interested, but after the reading I assume this is to remain private, correct?
Resource collecting is still present, but you don't need to maintain it once you've filled out your tech tree. The idea is a fast paced gameplay that isn't muddled up by late game resource scarcity or rushing.
I like C&C 4 and I feel they had a right to change up the gameplay after so many identical titles, but it could have been much better, I'm not even going to get into the problems. I think the unit cap can be very problematic at times, especially seeing as the lowest amount one unit can take up is 3, but as I said I'm not gonna get into all the little things that bug me.
Also, about the constant internet connection, you really shouldn't be playing it by yourself at all, the gameplay isn't at its best until you've done coop with 4 friends.(Assuming you have a stable connection)
So it's voice chat and image display?
EA actually supports third party game creation, so long as you don't sell it. Even then, if it was good enough, they'd probably be willing to allow it if they got some of the profit.
When the Reborn Team asked EA if it was okay to use the W3D engine and release Reborn for free, they replied with "Go for it, we love free advertising."
Most of the law suits EA is involved in are from employees suing them for unpaid overtime. A symptom of working at a company with such stringent release dates that they're willing to compromise quality just to ensure they're met.
Another step towards originality.
Seeing as this is a mod and game development resource site, instead of complaining about how EA ruined your childhood, why don't you all take steps towards rebuilding the games the way you see fit, either through modding or starting from scratch. Of course you won't be able to sell it if it's based off of C&C, but it's great portfolio work and there's other ways you can make money should you need any to support the project.
Even if you were to just come up with concepts, it really is more conducive than complaining about something you won't change any time soon.
And remember, all developers(Whether they want the money or the art aspect) are receptive of CONSTRUCTIVE criticism. So putting down what you'd want in a new game would get better results than idle threats to EA, who I can assure you, won't listen to them.
We all know Renegade would be cooler if it wasn't under the time restraints EA put on it, but that's the beauty of a site like this, you get plenty of opportunity to do it yourself.
Neat how Red Tiberium is actually at the lower end on this one, and I like how everything is in keeping with the light spectrum.
I recall blue growing more often in colder and mutated environments. It's trivial, though, as nobody seems to have officially taken note of such behavior.
A little late on commenting, but it's great.
Too bad, I'd have payed more but I'm not getting more money until after this amazing deal. Oh, well, not like I can't donate on my own.
The second word is dawn...
Is the whole thing...
So a campaign mode?
I've noticed similar mismatches with Nod and Scrin units, don't remember which, though.
I agree with this. Although House Ordos doesn't fit in with the rest of the mythos, I don't think it would be hard to angle them in with the rest of the factions that crop up throughout Dune.
I'd also like to see a conquest style gameplay mode where you can manage territories and organize assaults on new strategic locations on different planets in order to expand your empire. You know, so the logistics aspect isn't only handled on Arrakis. I'd say something like the Conquest Mode in Kane's Wrath, but spanning more than one world.
Off the top of my head:
I found the combat music in C&C 4 to be fitting(To the Death, The Harder They Fall), more specifically the sort of industrial/electronic percussion aspects alongside violin. While the vocals are decent, they complete the songs more in a 'good enough' way at times, I'd avoid anything sounding like the breakdown in To The Death(2:31-3:16).
Hate to sound like someone absolutely obsessed with Frank Klepacki, as many C&C fans are, but he does a good job with Ancient Presence from Universe at War. Youtube.com I think something to that effect would make great passive music for either faction.
Not saying it isn't good, but unless this game is going in a different direction I thought initially, I don't see it as fitting.
Are the feet gonna reposition while turning in the future? Hardly necessity, just a nice little bit of polish.
What's that about Source? The only link this has to Half-Life is this game's predecessor.
Oh, cool squads of 4.
Hah! So it isn't really a carryALL is it?
But seriously, nice job, the props on it look relatively small, though.
I like where this is going, but the stacks on the power plant and the radar dish don't quite fit The Brotherhood's low profile style. I think the dish could at least be sized down a little, and maybe the stacks have a little darker coloration.
Great job, now I can stand to use ground vehicles other than motor cycles, but I still feel like they are still a little awkward to drive.
Ohhh, I see. That makes sense, then. I thought it was just idling.
That's a lot of exhaust, maybe cut down distance of how far down it goes?
I love how fickle the 12 year old portion of the community has become since the studio where C&C was developed changed its name from Westwood to EALA.
A. German is one of the parent languages of English, tons of words can be found in common. (Not to mention, German borrows new words from English)
B. If you can't identify the things in your build menu by picture, then you probably can't really play C&C.
C. Learn some patience, if you want progress to be halted on an unfinished product just so you can play a buggy version of the final product, GB2 Renegade.
I'd rather wait for something nice than rush it as it is now.
But, hey, maybe if all the people who are angry that you have the audacity to make it in your own language rather than theirs stop watching, they'll stop spamming "MAEK ENLIH VERSON PLZ" and you won't need to be constantly explaining to them that you're doing what's in their best interest.
Lesson1: Deutsch ist töll. Deutsch macht spass.
I dunno, don't really look like disks anymore...
There are Ion Storms, but seeing as base power and function are unaffected by even a close proximity storm, I think it's safe to say they'd put the same power/shielding tech in the MRLS. Not to mention, MRLS' could still fire when grounded, they weren't defenseless, despite their value being further diminished by the lack of air units to attack during a storm.
Ich kann Deutsch Sprechen, aber nicht viel D:.
But, yes, waiting does usually entail a better final result.
Can't wait for a download.
I'm so angry because I own a PSP, I don't think ANYONE ELSE should be able to play this. I'm gonna stop watching it for this outrage and send the dev team hate mail on a regular basis./sarcasm
Seriously, it's a Quake derivative, they don't need to recreate the game from scratch to get it working on the Wii, they'll progress all the same. Assuming it's not an April Fool's joke.
If it is, that's not cool, getting my hopes up with a well-made hoax vid.