It has come to our attention that Take-Two Interactive has submitted a DMCA request to remove all VR mods for their games. We believe this is a gross misuse of the DMCA system and an attack on the modding community as a whole. Not only will this make it impossible for modders to create and distribute mods, but it will also prevent players from using mods entirely. This will have a negative impact on the overall gaming community, and we urge Take-Two to reconsider their position. We believe that mods are a valuable part of the gaming ecosystem, and they should be protected, not attacked. Thank you for your time.
Luke has been modding games for over 10 years. He’s created some of the most popular mods for some of the most popular games. And while he could have easily gone into the game development industry and made a lot of money, he’s chosen to stay independent and continue modding games. The reason is simple: he loves it. He loves taking a game and adding his own personal touch to it, making it unique. And his fans love him for it. They love the fact that he’s still creating mods for old games, even though there are newer, shinier games out there. It shows that he cares about his craft and about his fans. And that’s why they continue to support him.
For those who don’t know, modding is the act of changing the way a game works by altering its files. This can range from simple cosmetic changes to adding entirely new gameplay features. Modding has been a part of gaming for almost as long as games have existed, and it’s typically seen as a positive thing by both developers and players. After all, mods give players the opportunity to customise their game experience to better suit their own preferences, and they can also breathe new life into older games that might otherwise be forgotten about.
However, there are some large companies that seem to be blind to the benefits of modding. They see it as a threat to their business, and they’re quick to shut down any attempts to mod their games. This is short-sighted and counterproductive, as a thriving modding community can actually provide a major boost to a game’s popularity. For evidence of this, one need look no further than Grand Theft Auto V. The game’s massive success is in part due to the wide array of mods that are available for it, including one that allows players to role-play as police officers or criminals. If more companies would embrace modding, they would likely see similar results.