I didn't make it!
I've been looking all over the internet and its proven very difficult to find a way to make PS2 quality games. Most sites that come up on my searches are about copying PS2 games and mod chips. But i'm looking for a way to 3d games. I would prefer not to use RPG Maker or Flash. Help.
Go to a college where Game Design is a major focus, such as: University of Michigan; MIT; University of California, Irvine; and Purdue Plus there are also schools more specialized for producing future game designers.
But, if you don't feel like going that far... I would suggest learning how to use a good 3D modeling program, start with some mod-making programs, work up to possibly design and programming and look into online projects for ideas and opportunities.
you mine as well shoot yourself.that kind of stuff is to bad complicated for me
Well, there aren't a lot of options for people that want to easily make their own games from scratch any way they want without some preset tools or coding abilities. Sorry. I wish there was a do-it-all easy enough for beginners program, though. I would make games all the time.
same here.they is this program at school.i'll see if i can get a copy of it.it is very intersting
http://www.gamemaker.nl Your best choice for making [2-dimensional] games for free. (Of course, registration gives you all the good stuff.)
http://darkbasic.thegamecreators.com/ Great choice for making 2d and 3d games. Very easy to understand programing language plus if you want to spend a little more money theres a very good book for learning it.
well, if you can sit there and read an instructional dealee without cutting out anyones eyelids then you just buy the books that these colleges would sell to you, me and this guy are making a zombie online RPG, but i gotta wait for the computer i my room to be fixed. try 3D programming all in one by kenneth c. finney and you might have to purchase some programs. they're pretty expensive but i wouldn't know. the book shouldn't cost you more than $50.