Tech-Gaming: ModNation Racers Review

Tech-Gaming writes: "In 1983, a young programmer named Bill Budge taught the gaming industry a critical lesson: occasionally, there's more fun to be found in designing your own diversions, that in playing prefabricated ones. Budge's Pinball Construction Set gave players an intuitive drag-and-drop table creator, an elementary paint program which allowed customization, along with the ability to load and save their designs so players could share their handiwork with others. An early precursor to Sony's "Play, Create, Share" axiom, the title displayed the ability to captivate audiences for far longer than its static contemporaries- I spent the better part of my summer vacation exploring PCS's deepest recesses".

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