MMR Ruiner Apr 4 @ 8:16pm
I Think this game is really need a Steam Workshop for Modding.
Anybody agree?
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Lumanator (R.I.P. My Wii) Apr 5 @ 12:56am 
3 words:

No we don't.
Leonard Apr 5 @ 1:54am 
I said that too a while back,so yes i agree
Gareth Apr 7 @ 2:18pm 
I wouldn't mind workshop support!
pkm trainer red Apr 8 @ 1:00pm 
Using mods is easy. You make a mods folder in the sonic generations folder, unzip the mod download to that folder, download sonic gmi, put it in the sonic generations folder, click "install" to enable mods in sonic gmi, launch the game, and ta-da!
Leonard Apr 8 @ 1:17pm 
Originally posted by The One and Only Derpy Hooves:
Using mods is easy. You make a mods folder in the sonic generations folder, unzip the mod download to that folder, download sonic gmi, put it in the sonic generations folder, click "install" to enable mods in sonic gmi, launch the game, and ta-da!
And i already made a list of the best ones so we also have that. XD
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Oddsock Apr 21 @ 2:50pm 
I find mods too hard they crash my game. they glitch out most of the time and workshop would just be better when it comes to that stuff in the first place
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Gamephreak5 Apr 21 @ 10:46pm 
Seeing how easy it is to mod Sonic Generations, I'd say that Steam should add Workshop to it.

The main problem is everyone who owns SG would be required to have Sonic GMI downloaded to have any mods working. You can't have a Steam Workshop for a game that initially isn't built to be modded. SEGA would need to make the Sonic GMI program a semi "official" thing and add it to the regular SG Steam installation files.

And we all know SEGA's never gonna do that.
MMR Ruiner Apr 22 @ 3:52am 
Originally posted by Gamephreak5:
Seeing how easy it is to mod Sonic Generations, I'd say that Steam should add Workshop to it.

The main problem is everyone who owns SG would be required to have Sonic GMI downloaded to have any mods working. You can't have a Steam Workshop for a game that initially isn't built to be modded. SEGA would need to make the Sonic GMI program a semi "official" thing and add it to the regular SG Steam installation files.

And we all know SEGA's never gonna do that.

Most Steam Workshop games are M for Mature and Indie Games. Most AAA Games dont give a ♥♥♥♥.
CoryStarkiller Apr 22 @ 5:12am 
Originally posted by Rabbidscool:
Originally posted by Gamephreak5:
Seeing how easy it is to mod Sonic Generations, I'd say that Steam should add Workshop to it.
The main problem is everyone who owns SG would be required to have Sonic GMI downloaded to have any mods working. You can't have a Steam Workshop for a game that initially isn't built to be modded. SEGA would need to make the Sonic GMI program a semi "official" thing and add it to the regular SG Steam installation files.
And we all know SEGA's never gonna do that.
Most Steam Workshop games are M for Mature and Indie Games. Most AAA Games dont give a ♥♥♥♥.
http://store.steampowered.com/stats/

Dota 2
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Team Fortress 2
Football Manager 2014
Sid Meier's Civilization V
Garry's Mod
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

7/10 Top Played Games On Steam have Workshop support, and Counter-Strike 1.6 is one of the games that doesn't. Which is a mod of Half-Life 1, and was around LONG before Steam Workshop was ever a thing.

http://store.steampowered.com/search/?snr=1_4_4__12&term=#category1=998&category2=30&sort_order=ASC&page=1
98 Results

That is quite a bit, and there are a lot of big name games on that list of 98.
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5magmacubes May 14 @ 10:06am 
i'd like it
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