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Published by PKM 14 years ago , last updated 4 years ago

Blackhat leaving EA Games means :

Good, after what he did to airborne, he needed to go . 30.9% (26)

YES ! Now some new blood into the MOHAA line ! 29.7% (25)

Bad, BH at least tried . EA didn't listen . 29.7% (25)

NOOOOOOOO ! EA will just put some ''yes-man'' in now 9.5% (8)

Total: 84
Start: 07-26-2008 06:45
Last: 08-02-2008 06:54

 #1 - Posted by: PKM (Staff) on 07-26-2008 at 06:46
short article on Blackhat leaving EA : http://www.modtheater.com/forum/showthread.php?t=35472

 #2 - Posted by: Armdude (Member) on 07-26-2008 at 08:26
How the hell am i supposed to know everyone at EA. WTF am i supposed say?! And who the fu( is blackhat????

 #3 - Posted by: RailwayChildrenBobbie (Member) on 07-26-2008 at 10:06
Blackhat's departure from EA is for the best. Now whether ot not it wasn't his fault that all (if any) of the requirements for a great MoH game were not met by the developers for Airborne is largely irrelevant. He had all the information & feedback available from the whole community and somebody somwhere decided to ignore it all. So on that basis then of course he should go. But EA should go further and throw out all the other people involved with Airborne. Start afresh and recruit all the modders over at Modtheater - at least we'll have a game we can all play and resemble the game we all love.

 #4 - Posted by: COMBAT_18 (Member) on 07-27-2008 at 10:49
#3 EA recruting moders in the communitty.... You re really dreaming, they dont just care at all about us. One thing interests EA, its money. Personally i think moh has no more future and that s all actual fps games wich show that. They can replace that blackhat guy with superman it would change nothing

 #5 - Posted by: Samboring (Member) on 07-29-2008 at 20:07
about recruiting modders- I believe happened for BF1942 modders who became sort of famous for Desert Combat, a Iraq War mod of the game, were hired by EA for future BF games and have become a separate studio which has recently released some games by itself. They are bourgeois now, lol, they let talent in if it creates profit, for example sports stars, pop stars, and tech peebs. It can happen.

 #6 - Posted by: RailwayChildrenBobbie (Member) on 07-30-2008 at 09:19
When I made my comment I was thinking about the BF Modern Combat modders as a prime example of what EA could do for MOH - if they wanted too. Not sure if I'm right, but the guy who started the Pirates mod also went on to do things for Dice & EA. So they do that from time to time. I still think what I said before is the way forward for the MOH series - a game made by players for players.

 #7 - Posted by: RailwayChildrenBobbie (Member) on 07-30-2008 at 09:21
Opps...I did mean to say "Desert " Combat

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