Originally posted by OMEGA79GER:the modders do not claim to be professional ... they just do it on their free time, they do not get payed ... they work when ever they want and when ever they have time ... there days in a row when nobody spends a single minute on the mod ... just a hobby, and if others like it then its okay, if they dont then its okay toonobody can expect anything, nobody owe to each other (modders>community>Modders)in a game, in which a lot people spend up to $80 for a copy and a lot more ingame-currency, the company behind this game owe to the customers ...and yet, hammerpoint fails in almost any aspect of this!must be blind to not see the difference and the facts
Originally posted by Regergek:the modders are pros
Originally posted by WikiPedia:A professional is a person who is engaged in a certain activity, or occupation, for gain or compensation as means of livelihood; such as a permanent career, not as an amateur or pastime
Originally posted by OMEGA79GER: and over all, defending hammerpoint is a bad thing, after all they did to their customers and gamers all over the world
Originally posted by =UwG= Donaramu:Eh the point is mod or full game a lot of Dayz fanboys talk so much crap about how dayz is better. I just wanted to remind em that they are wrong :-) ...But yet the Modders are planning to sell he standalone >-)The point I am trying to make is better is better. The company hasn't banned me for anything stupid.
Originally posted by =UwG= Donaramu:a lot of Dayz fanboys talk so much crap about how dayz is better. I just wanted to remind em that they are wrong :-)
Originally posted by =UwG= Donaramu:mod v game. mods been out for some time. they should of been able to update it to be as good as full game ish*.... And Hammerpoint has some down sides but at least they didnt give up after all this crap.