Neoseeker : News : Bethesda's Pete Hines on Fallout 3 and the mod community
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kspiess Sep 23, 08
Pete Hines does seem like a honest and straight-forward guy. For a marketing guy he doesn't seem to use many talking points and hot-air balloons (which is good.)

With mods, Fallout 3 has some incredible potential.
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Bill Gates03 Sep 23, 08
Hmmmm... I wish I knew if Fallout 3 WILL end up with an SDK or not, and when, so that I would know whether to make a Fallout 3 mod site or not...

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kspiess Sep 23, 08
Might want to register fallout3mods.com (or what-have-you) while names still might be available.
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Bill Gates03 Sep 23, 08
Actually fallout3mods.com redirects to the official site

Lol, any other good ideas for domain/site names?
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chautemoc Sep 23, 08
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Hellfire29 Sep 24, 08
I've played games with massive modding communities and those games have never had an SDK and/or help files. Why can't Bethesda release the SDK without help files and let the community write them? For Deus Ex, someone even made an SDK using a newer Unreal editor than the original SDK.
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Bill Gates03 Sep 24, 08
chaut: there can be more than one mod site.

But yeah, it doesn't really look like there is going to be one. Isn't this game a little more linear though, in the sense of level design, so it wouldn't even be the best game to mod?
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ShadowJ Oct 7, 08
Beth Soft are known for giving modding capabilities to PC users, however I think this time they want to keep all 3 platform versions identical, which means they would have to take user mods away and keep it all official.

Either that or do what EPIC have done and released a "cooking program" for unreal tournament III that converts PC mods for PS3 use.

Then again I doubt they would take away that ability for PC users...I hope not.
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