DSOGaming writes: "Our reader 'Jonathan Gustafsson' has shared with us yet another mod for GTA IV. Created by the talented modder JulioNiB, this mod brings a special Aston Martin DB5 based on JB700 from GTA V to GTA IV."
The PC community have talented people in their midst. If modding came to consoles, who would make them?
i disagree, we're all gamers, no people are better than other people in fact, if consoles introduced modding,it would surpass PC modding community due to much higher player count/user base
Couldn't disagree with you more. Especially the "much higher player count/user base" part which is just plain wrong. Consoles are "ease of use" machines which attract the less tech savvy while PC is the opposite. Not saying there wouldn't be some awsome mods made on consoles or anything, just saying it wouldn't "surpass" the PC modding community.
the "higher player count" is wrong. Not sure where you got that information. I game on both, but there are no games bigger than WoW, LoL, Dota 2, SC2, ect.
Educate yourself before commenting you tool, PC gamer userbase far exceeds all consoles combined. Just because this website is flooded with Sony fanboys that doesn't represent the rest of the real world.
The same people who've made all the amazing SoundShapes and LBP levels? You make it sound as if content creators are exclusive to PC. Even many PC modders play console games.
I didn't mean PC gamers, just the techie community that live and breath PC. GTA IV didn't even have mod tools like console games--they had make them themselves, and that goes for Oblivion too. There was a guy that added high-rez textures to the whole game.
@Dante Oblivion had the Construction Set, a Bethesda made modding tool.
I get what you're saying, but it still seems like you're just assuming there aren't content creators on console. There are many of them, it's just that it's near impossible to mod console games without proper mod tools.
UT3 was a pretty cool experiment.
Mods aint so difficult to create with some time and effort (not taking anything away from the good work here btw) - you will find that there is a HUGE amount of people around who could mod for consoles as well and im speaking from a personal stand point
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