Much Respect for MODs
In a recent attempt to put together a team of folks to help me with a personal project of mine, I am reminded of the difficulties that arise from trying to get a group of talented folks together, for little to no pay, in order to achieve an objective. The reason i felt a need to give kudos to all of the successful MOD teams out there, producing quality game modifications. It takes dedication and a drive that is hard to find among individuals that could be paid professionals.
My hat goes off to all of you.
Along the same lines, I am beginning to wonder if a well thought out, documented plan of attack and design is necessary to create a good MOD? A commercial game is one thing, but something that is just used to pad a portfolio is another. I have worked on both kinds, and have seen success and failure with both. I am not sure which is the “correct” way.
~ by roca on November 28, 2006.