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Noesis Interactive interviews Michael Sanders from the Dystopia team. Part 2 focuses on the many challenges and advice on making a mod yourself.

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Here's part 2 of Noesis Interactive's interview with Michael Sanders; the lead producer and PR rep behind the Dystopia mod for the Source engine. This section has Michael speaking to the challenges faced throughout the development of the mod and dispensing some advice for everyone who wants to create their own mod. Part 1 can be located here.

Looking for the tools and training needed to make your Source mod project a reality? Head over to Noesis Interactive's corner of the Internet and start learning now!

UAC-ASSAULT - - 16 comments


First saw it!

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KindredPhantom - - 290 comments

Nice interview.

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awesomepossum - - 997 comments

can You help bury this body? LOL!
awesome interview.

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Tokoya - - 503 comments

This is one of the few dev interviews that actualy contains helpful advice for aspiring mod developers.

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MrTambourineMan - - 717 comments

Excellent interview, I <3 Noesis for doing 'em :)

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ForK - - 721 comments

Great interview! Almost as good as the one I did at Freeplay with the original crew! :D lol (no not really, much better!)

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Noesis_Interactive - - 184 comments

I watched your interview with the original crew before doing this project and I thought it was awesome!

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Mikplayeur - - 29 comments

I'am a lover of the dem0.4, same I have the instal on my PC. Fuzzy ! Come back ! Vaccine Is one of best maps if it's not the best. Now maps with the new dev team are below. I was a little disappointed with the 1.0 and its suite. Not the same state of mind on servers also...

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