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Rail Wars FTW.
A readme with at least the install paths would be great.
"Let me be your wingman" is 私はあなたの僚機とします. What you've written basically says "me have your second machine".
Anyway, nice skin.
Awesome, I like this car a lot.
Only wish this had custom handling and mods.
@SkinThePrey I'm always calm, I just stated what was presented to me.
My point is that no matter how long you've been modding or how simple mods may be for any given game, it doesn't change the fact there should always be a readme even if all it says is [put in mods folder], in this case it simply serves as confirmation that there aren't any extra things that may need to be done.
A readme is not trivial, especially if you're new and don't know where things should go. The problem is amplified if its an addon as they can go into about 8 different places but only one will work, how is a new person supposed to know which?
@SkinThePrey How long have you been modding? (not very long by the looks of it).
Anyway back with IV this was a big problem (not so much in V but still is), there were always at least 2 places for the same vehicle, weapon, prop, whatever. If you replaced one it would crash the game or not do a thing. I won't go into details as why it was setup that way as it's probably way above you.
Also what about people who don't have internet at home?
What if I stop playing GTA for a year? You're gonna forget where to put stuff no matter how good your memory may be.
There is absolutely no reason not to include a readme. End of story, please think before speaking.
@SkinThePrey What if I don't have internet at the time of install? not to mention its so much less of a headache to just have a local file with all required info; don't have to wait for the (incredibly slow compared to local) internet.
Why is it so dam hard for some people to write a readme, like really? I don't get it at all.
Is it an addon or does it replace the old one?