Signed of course.
There is a reason the Total War series has always been on my computers since I picked up my first copy of Rome - and I can't say this is vanilla. Signed.
Nothing that hasn't been said before, but this is a great interview explaining the advantages of companies who support their modding community properly. Want to get NTW on the Steam best sellers list again CA? Give us tools!
"It is in truth not for glory, nor riches, nor honours that we are fighting, but for freedom -- for that alone, which no honest man gives up but with life itself."
Declaration of Arbroath, 1320AD
Yes. I am certainly in favour of this. One thing we need is a campaign map editor. And the means to make entirely new factions would be nice too. Come on CA and Sega we have already paid for the game. Support your customers and think bout whats good, not just what makes you rich. Follow Bethesdas example. The first thing they did after releasing Skyrim was work on their (free) modding tool, the creation kit.
Let's hope that Rome 2 will follow this.
I would hope that someone attending the meeting with CA at their offices, take with them a printed copy of this petition, so at least we know it has been seen.
signed good luck to u
Signed! Mods are the soul of any PC game!
Most of you are still bunch of uninformed idiots.
It is NOT Creative Assembly, it is SEGA, as a publisher/owner, thus - the BOSS. (since 2005, duh)
Sega, therefore, will continue its policy of NOT allowing you to modify their games more than is needed too, as time has proven.
Now, times change,
for example DayZ, a new mod for a game called ARMA2 caused 1 million unique users to register for it, INCREASING the game sales to a record, unbelievable/unpredictable success.
Here you go, you sick SEGA suits, read on it, and choke:
P.S. go play Sega's Sonic Free Riders, you'll see what a garbage they usually make developers release.
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