I'm a longtime modder who has been on and off the scene for almost a decade. I started modding in 2000 starting off with Westwood Studios' Command and Conquer series. My first ever mod was a solo effort dubbed "Soviet Revenge" for Red Alert 2. Quickly after producing my first mod I met a team of the most skilled individuals I have ever worked with and lead development for a Red Alert 2 total conversion named "Warhammer 40k - Red Alert." With over 42,000 downloads this was by far the most successful and full-fledged mod I have been a part of. After the end of that mod and the decline of Command and Conquer: Red Alert 2 as a modding platform I've made minor mods for other games. My most current mod was Final Fantasy Tactics: Rebirth, a modification of the PSOne game Final Fantasy Tactics.
Man oh man, I've fallen off the beaten track and haven't updated this blog in three weeks. Sheesh, being busy is putting a crimp in my plans. Anyhow on next to this week's topic:
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Project 64 is an emulator that allows you to play 64 games on your computer. For those of us like me - who never played Zelda 64 or many other games it allows us to check those games out. Also Zelda - Ocarina of Time is considered the greatest game of all time via Gamerankings.
Check out this link for evidence:
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