Actually, up until the 7th Generation, 100% of console games could be modded.
Nobody remembers the Game Genie, Game Shark, and Pro Action Replay, it seems.
PC games are mostly console ports now, plus many have an online component. Thus they will have anti-hacking measures baked into the code.
By this logic 100% of PC games are modable because of Cheat Engine.
And you have a problem with that logic?
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PC isn't just for modding PC games, console games are modded on PC, too. =P ROM hacks, bro.
Another excellent point!
Man, it seems that all these wannabe Master Race folks are actually super-casual peasants if they want mod support baked into the game. What's the fun of modding if all of the work has been done for you?
Remember when Duke Nukem 3D was released, and came with the Build level maker? It was amazing, since you could create levels that where even more complex than the ones that came with the game.
But even before that, my first experience with MODs was with Wolfenstein 3D. I remember downloading a level maker for MS-DOS that could edit every level in the game. I used to create copies of the game's folder and make my own levels to distribute to my friends in floppy discs. ^^ --- If you believe in Marona as your Loli and Savior and you're not ashamed, put this in your signature. :3 http://i.imgur.com/GV8UFZR.png
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I'm not including these things... they've been included, for a long time.
Just because mod is (poorly used) in a word's definition doesn't make ti a synonym. But, hey, if you think CE and AR counts as mods... --- god invented extension cords. -elchris79 Starcraft 2 has no depth or challenge -GoreGross
80% of that indie, so mods actually there on 50% games all the time --- PC Gaming Rigs, PS3, PS VITA, PSP i7 4790 | MSI GTX 780 Ti TF OC | 12 GB RAM | 3 TB HDD | Sony Bravia 40HX750 | Altec Lansing MX6021