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Vendetta Online Lets Users Create New Game Content 54

Incarnate-VO writes "Multi-platform space MMO Vendetta Online is now allowing users to create missions and submit other content for use in the game via their new 'Player Contribution Corps' system. Any game subscriber can join the PCC and gain access to a web-based mission editor, permitting them to build and test new missions on Vendetta's test-server. Once the player believes the mission is ready for prime-time, they submit it to the greater PCC community for testing and feedback. The community may then sign off on the mission and push it up to the developer staff for final oversight and propagation into the game."
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Vendetta Online Lets Users Create New Game Content

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  • Re:Finally (Score:1, Informative)

    by Anonymous Coward on Sunday October 19, 2008 @04:10PM (#25433739)
    But posting news about a game on Slashdot will only draw the ire of the Linux and Mac fanboys because they can't run it. Oh wait... they can natively. [] Just wait until the Amiga fanatics get wind of this. All five of them.
  • by Incarnate-VO ( 1307775 ) on Sunday October 19, 2008 @05:51PM (#25434699)
    As an FYI to the person who said we'll draw the ire of Linux and Mac fanboys.. the game is available for Windows, MacOS Universal, Linux/32 and Linux/64. See our site's front page []. We were also multi-platform since launch, as our 2004 retail box art [] shows.

    I actually included the supported platform list as the final sentence in my slashdot post, for this specific reason, but it seems to have been edited out. Oh well, hopefully people will gather that from the "multi-platform" mention at the beginning.
  • by ratonu ( 868505 ) on Monday October 20, 2008 @05:21AM (#25438637) Homepage

    For those of you who don't know Vendetta, here are some pointers:
    - NSMMORPG where the NSM stands for "Not So Massive"
    - a really well-done modern remake of the ZX Spectrum Elite game.
    - allows guilds, teaming, missions, owning stuff
    - will feature soon: dynamic in-game economy, player-owned capital ships, stations
    - fight outcome is based on actual skills (and ship capabilities), not player advancement in the game, the advancement does however allow you to acquire better ships.
    Hope this will help those that have no idea what this game is about. I know I was looking for exactly this type of game when I discovered Vendetta, and although I don't play a lot, when I play it's Vendetta-Online.

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