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    I can do it!, i guess... Sylvanas1234 is online now
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    Quote Originally Posted by GRB View Post
    Easy way around this, get a provider that DMCA ignores... then we can all start laughing together
    ayep

    same as people had to been doin with streaming

    "you want to stream emus on twitch? too bad your acc will get banned" --> "hey guys, i am hitbox and i don't care what you gonna stream here"

    same with facebook
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylvanas1234 View Post
    seems someone starts to feel worried i guess?

    and honestly there are more places to use than facebook ;s and more safer place if people just gonna sit around searching for them ( believe me )
    Yes I thought the same, I started a project (website) only for WarZ to publish servers for free, when finished I'll create a topic about.

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    It's kind of ironic, yes, but you have to remember that because he has legal rights to the WarZ/Infestation IP, he is legally in the right.

    Personally, you guys need to move on from infestation and channel your creative energy into Unreal4 or Unity. You can make a game that's ten times better (or about the same) in those engines with a fraction of the effort. Hell, you can even use the WarZ backend with a Unity/Unreal4 project if you spend maybe a week putting it together. WarZ isn't exactly the most complex game, and you all know it, yet you cling to the dumpster that is the Eclipse engine for some unknown reason.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SecretsOThePast View Post
    It's kind of ironic, yes, but you have to remember that because he has legal rights to the WarZ/Infestation IP, he is legally in the right.

    Personally, you guys need to move on from infestation and channel your creative energy into Unreal4 or Unity. You can make a game that's ten times better (or about the same) in those engines with a fraction of the effort. Hell, you can even use the WarZ backend with a Unity/Unreal4 project if you spend maybe a week putting it together. WarZ isn't exactly the most complex game, and you all know it, yet you cling to the dumpster that is the Eclipse engine for some unknown reason.
    cuz some people are addicted to it :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by SecretsOThePast View Post
    It's kind of ironic, yes, but you have to remember that because he has legal rights to the WarZ/Infestation IP, he is legally in the right.

    Personally, you guys need to move on from infestation and channel your creative energy into Unreal4 or Unity. You can make a game that's ten times better (or about the same) in those engines with a fraction of the effort. Hell, you can even use the WarZ backend with a Unity/Unreal4 project if you spend maybe a week putting it together. WarZ isn't exactly the most complex game, and you all know it, yet you cling to the dumpster that is the Eclipse engine for some unknown reason.
    Building the core of a game takes much longer than the features and gameplay... have u tried making a game in Unity or Unreal without any starter project before?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonteh View Post
    Building the core of a game takes much longer than the features and gameplay... have u tried making a game in Unity or Unreal without any starter project before?
    Yes, I have. I have shipped two console games before.

    The whole point of using an engine like Unreal or Unity is so you skip the 'core' aspects like networking, rendering pipeline, etc.

    If you consider the 'core' aspects to be game design ideas, you're wrong. You don't start off in the games industry as an 'idea man'. Most people start out as either customer service or some sort of code/art internship/volunteer work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SecretsOThePast View Post
    Yes, I have. I have shipped two console games before.

    The whole point of using an engine like Unreal or Unity is so you skip the 'core' aspects like networking, rendering pipeline, etc.

    If you consider the 'core' aspects to be game design ideas, you're wrong. You don't start off in the games industry as an 'idea man'. Most people start out as either customer service or some sort of code/art internship/volunteer work.
    Core features, core functions as in the barebones basics of what you need for a game to even begin functioning... ideas don't really come into the picture until you have a solid base down.

    What games did you ship?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonteh View Post
    Core features, core functions as in the barebones basics of what you need for a game to even begin functioning... ideas don't really come into the picture until you have a solid base down.

    What games did you ship?
    Two Unreal Engine games on modern consoles on both platforms.

    You don't need a solid 'base' if you don't even know what that solid 'base' is. Sure, in a MMO sense, you need a server framework, a database engine, and in today's world those are trivial to make, especially now with solutions like Node.JS, JSON, WebSockets, and free database engines like Postgres available for server software.

    Beyond that, you need artists, animators, and programmers. 'base' is too broad of a word and no single person can typically cover everything on a project, unless you want to make 2D/3D pixel art games.

    Either way, that's typically a team of 2-5 core people. There's a ton of people on RaGEZONE, you can easily take 5 of them with different talents and make your own game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SecretsOThePast View Post
    Two Unreal Engine games on modern consoles on both platforms.

    You don't need a solid 'base' if you don't even know what that solid 'base' is. Sure, in a MMO sense, you need a server framework, a database engine, and in today's world those are trivial to make, especially now with solutions like Node.JS, JSON, WebSockets, and free database engines like Postgres available for server software.

    Beyond that, you need artists, animators, and programmers. 'base' is too broad of a word and no single person can typically cover everything on a project, unless you want to make 2D/3D pixel art games.

    Either way, that's typically a team of 2-5 core people. There's a ton of people on RaGEZONE, you can easily take 5 of them with different talents and make your own game.
    its a subject I'm quite interested in and have been pursuing in my spare time for a while now, I've made some simple things in unreal and Cryengine but nothing spectacular.

    i found it hardest to start, but once I had a flow it became easier. It would be a lot better indeed to create a new game in a better engine, but it's hard to turn away from an already somewhat complete game (warz). Either way, this is a good starting point for those wanting to get involved with game development.

    i appreciate your post, it's good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonteh View Post
    its a subject I'm quite interested in and have been pursuing in my spare time for a while now, I've made some simple things in unreal and Cryengine but nothing spectacular.

    i found it hardest to start, but once I had a flow it became easier. It would be a lot better indeed to create a new game in a better engine, but it's hard to turn away from an already somewhat complete game (warz). Either way, this is a good starting point for those wanting to get involved with game development.

    i appreciate your post, it's good.
    Yup, exactly. I have worked in unity, and have some knowledge of it, and it would be intresting to make a warz like game in a better engine etc.
    Specially theres is so many good engine and tools , you could make a half complete game without any programming ( I think :P) like Stingray with its tools, lumberyard, unity, ue, cryengine, etc... And yeah its hard to move away from a game thats already complete and you have the full source and stuff , but who knows maybe later :D.


    BTW, @SecretsOThePast do you/could you read your PM's on RZ?
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    Sorry Fred, I own as much as you do.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ud2ICM_6G0U
    I will retaliate

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    Lol, what is happening now ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iHateWarZ View Post
    Sorry Fred, I own as much as you do.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ud2ICM_6G0U
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