Oh I'm definitely sure you will do an excellent job.
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All aboard the hype train to hypetown.
I call the front seats!
« on: May 23, 2014, 04:29:56 PM »
Playing trough the Mass Effect trilogy again. Currently 20 hours into the first game.
True love for Postal is eternal.
And look who decided to post after a million or so years. Have you found your soul yet?
Hello, hello, good to see you again.
The Steam version just got the workshop, so it's very easy to download custom mods/maps.
Steam is also top priority for RWS and they are constantly releasing new patches for it. This patches contain not only bug fixes, but new content as well. For example AWP is now part of the game! They added so much crap that I can't even begin to list it all, and for modders the new editor is pimped with awesome new features. Retail owners should also get this new patches, but Steam version will always get it first. So if don't want to wait, get it now while it's on sale, 3$ is really cheap.
it is sad..I knew it was coming,but I didn't think it was going to bother me as bad as it is...
You just make sure that happens. Postal 2 MP is very fun and it needs to live on. With the Workshop, people will start to make some amazing mods and maps, so it would be a complete waste.
I didn't want to say that UDK is exactly as same as UE2. I did launch it once and I immediately noticed that a lot of things have changed.
What I was meaning, because I already worked with Unreal, getting into UDK wouldn't be as hard. Most of the things would be familiar to me. Of course, watching some tutorials over at 3dbuzz.com would be the first thing I would do when getting into UDK.
CryEngine 3 is free? That's a new one.
Most devs today use Unity (at least what I saw), I never used Unity myself but I hear it's a really powerful, yet easy to use engine.
I didn't play with UDK too much either, but I'm going to guess that the workflow is same as in UE2, so I would choose that.
You could always download all three, play with each for let's say a week and try to make something. That would give you a good indication what engine suits you the best.
« on: February 10, 2014, 11:38:48 AM »
No worries man. Glad to see you are back.