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Terminator 3 Rise Of The Machine (2003) (Stern) (Megapin - Groni) (Rascal) (1.0) (Hv) 1.0

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File Name: Terminator 3 Rise of the Machine (2003) (Stern) (Megapin - GRONI) (Rascal) (1.0) (HV) 1.0

File Submitter: Rascal

File Submitted: 25 Feb 2014

File Category: VPU Patch - Hybrid View Tables

Modified by: Rascal

Original Table Author: Megapin - GRONI

Original Table Version: 1.1.0

Original Table Download: http://www.vpforums.org/index.php?app=downloads&showfile=2621

This is a patch to convert Megapin - GRONI's 2003 Stern Terminator 3 Rise of the Machine to the hybrid view. A big thank you to GRONI for allowing permissions to convert his fine table to a different view after 3 months of his release.

The file contains the .dif file used to patch the original table. Get the original table from the link posted on this page lower right.

Use the VP Patcher System to create the modified HV version. The VP Patcher can be found here.

Click here to download this file

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Con el debido respeto que merece ¡¡¡No le pido? . ¿Cuál es el problema, de la publicación del pinball directamente con la modificación?, Puedo continuar sin entender la razón de la VP Patcher. tiene permiso del autor para modificarlo!.

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Con el debido respeto que merece ¡¡¡No le pido? . ¿Cuál es el problema, de la publicación del pinball directamente con la modificación?, Puedo continuar sin entender la razón de la VP Patcher. tiene permiso del autor para modificarlo!.

 

This has been asked several times... The patcher allows for the original table to still be relevant instead of making it completely obsolete. It saves bandwidth, so instead of re-hosting a 50mb table, we host the 2mb patch file.  If you already have the original table, then you don't have to re-download the whole thing again. Just download the patch and that's it.

 

Look at patches like this....  There are thousands of games out on the market. Most companies love for their products to be modded and many even support and create tools to allow the modding of their games. User created content is all the rage now, look at Steam and their Steam Workshops. Take Arma II for example... Arma II as a game that on it's own really isn't that great of a game. Modders took the game and created a mod called DayZ and caused the sales of Arma II to greatly increase. This mod; kept the original game from going obsolete and fading into non-existence.  

 

Why can't the VP scene become more open minded to modding?

 

A patch is exactly this; it allows the users to "add-on" or in some cases make the existing game better. It still makes the original authors creation valid and still gives download counts and credit to the original table creator.  If the modder was to just release their mod as a full re-creation, and if it's better than the original, then the original authors creation will eventually fade away leaving only the mod.

 

There is absolutely nothing that would keep an original table author from incorporating the mods into an updated table of their own; if the original author deems the mod to their liking.

 

If you ask me... ALL mods, should use the patch process, for the above reasons, and fully modded tables should not released unless released by the original author.  

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