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Another week another cast, this time Ryan and Dave take a look at Music in games and dueling.

Posted by Henley on Dec 9th, 2008

Another week another cast, this time Ryan and Dave take a look at Music in games and dueling. We also address your letters and announce another segment. Fun for the whole family :D.



This weeks forum question is all about your Muse, so tell us all about the weirdest places you got struck with the old idea lightning bolt. To answer just post in this thread and the ModDB Crew will read your answers out next episode.

So that's it for this week modders, but don't fear we will be back next week with more mods and goss for you all to enjoy! Don't forget to send your modding/gaming questions to and we will answer the questions on the show!

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KyleJoe Dec 9 2008 says:

OH man this was so boring ;)

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Henley Dec 9 2008 replied:

I dont understand you say its boring then wink, so I have no idea what you really mean.

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Herr_Alien Dec 10 2008 replied:

I think that's because you joked that it will be boring. If you ask me, modcasts and the developer banter are never boring. They all present game development from different perspectives. And even if the problems discussed are somewhat similar, the sollutions that are used to solve them are always new.

Modcasts also provide feedback for the mods that just got released. And feedback is just like a present, you should be happy to receive it.

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Mularac Dec 9 2008 says:

why didn't you mentionated the stargate mods that were released this couple of days? like Stargate: Empire at War and Stargate War Begins, and the both made it to the front page for several days, and Stargate Empire at War continues to be the 2° mod. I think it was worth mentionating...

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Henley Dec 9 2008 replied:

As stated in the show, we talked about the mods that stood out to us and mods that we have played. If we where to talk about every single release of the month we would be there for a good 1.30hrs just talking about the releases. The plan is to make the show entertaining talking about what we know and what we can discuss. If we dont know much about a mod rather then attempt to sound like we do and not do it justice we would rather not say it at all.

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Kai-Li Dec 9 2008 replied:

It's only about giving a complete list of all releases on moddb to announce what's new to try out for the audience. You don't need to talk 15 minutes about every release and your deeply experience with it. Just give it some sentences within a minute to tell people that there was a release and what it's about. If stuff stands out for you it's up to you to give it more time to stand in the spotlight. Just an proposal. People will decide by themselves if they give a release a try.

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mflux Dec 9 2008 says:

Both of your college experiences were so similar to mine. There are those people who simply needed to be spoonfed education and there are those who hunger for more and more. It couldn't be clearer who was who, and it made a big difference on the work that was produced.

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geokes Dec 9 2008 says:

Lugaru has wolves. Good episode.

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Kai-Li Dec 9 2008 says:

Oh, what a pity. There where a whole bunch of good releases worth of mentioning. With it WoP X-Mas Mod. Common guys, it's Christmas time. Also NeoTokyo in a ModDB Podcast for the third time now without any new information but just hyping it. Keep focus on all releases of a week. It's not too much to handle for a show of this length.

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jeffr Dec 9 2008 says:

Dave's right, Lugaru has wolves! :)

Check out this hot video:

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mrbarracuda Dec 9 2008 says:

cool modcast, keep it up guys.

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