This has been discussed a few times in other mods but I felt it was time for a proper debate in its own post. I have copied a lot of the discussion from another post because it was what started my thinking about the idea.
To summarize, Robert Yang wanted to know why I didn’t add non-combat mods.
I promised to think carefully about it and I have. Unless a lot of PP readers don’t want me to then I will start adding SOME “art” mods from next week. However, I won’t be adding everything that doesn’t fit the criteria of the site, just the ones that I think are interesting and are single player – no MP mods will be added. In addition I won’t commit to playing or reviewing them. I will post screenshots supplied by readers or by the mod maker themselves. Of course, other readers can post their comments and review but they won’t be able to add recommendation images. I don’t want the overall results diluted with non-combat mods.
Lastly, I won’t be mirroring the files either. Not doing the above will help ensure that I can still post the mods without a negative feeling of obligation at the work involved.
I accept that what I find interesting is very subjective but I need to limit it in some way otherwise I will have to add hundreds of maps and mods.
So, here is the question:
Would you like PP.com to list some “art” mods?
I always meant to demand a better answer from you, actually
5th May 2010
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