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Money is a good incentive. It will attract/motivate alot of modders. But there is a good chance it will be more about quantity rather than quality.
The reason im ok with crappy mods is because i know im not actually paying for it. Modders who sell mods will have to be accountable now. And what happens when a game is patched and breaks the mod: "No refund, bitch"
It may incentivis developpers/publishers to make their games moddable in order to get a piece of the pie. But im afraid it will become what dlc is today. Selling games bits by bits. Putting less effort in making full games.
Its not like an indie developper. A modder is using whats already there. Its like taking a song, adding a few lines of your lyrics somewhere in the middle and selling it.
Im thankful to modders. Donations is something i can get behind. But paid modding? No.
Yeah this game's HUD really sucked.
A useful mod.
Great game. I loved the ending i got.
I found it to be too short however, despite going with the slow, stealth, low chaos gameplay and collecting all runes and bone charms.
The game left me wanting more. There should have been a bigger plot involving The Outsider. I would love an expansion.
Im gonna assume that you're playing as a Giovanni, because of the zombies. Power over the dead is cool.
The Herpes, nice.
No masquerade violation?
Great Game, Great Story, Great Plot. I want another extension for this game.
I don't understand the "Fu Syndicate Non-Combat Solution", what am i supposed to sneak in through a back door?
Sweet, i coudldn't complete my Gangrel Quest, now i can.
I've noticed that in CQM 3.0, Knox doesn't give you the book, i re-installed and same problem.