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is there any mod around to get full undressed Shepard?

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is there any mod around to get full undressed Shepard?

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No. Entirely impossible. Nobody is able to do it. Impossible task. Apsolutely unheard of.  :(



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Yes and no. Yes you can do texture hacks, no you can't really go any further than that. Unfortunately as good as they are, the Mass Effect games aren't particularly moddable, and so far nobody's gotten further than basic texture hacks. It may also see you locked out of your game, given EA's notoriously draconian EULAs that allow them to ban you from playing your own games-and hatred of modders. They aren't the official "worst corporation in America" two years running for nothing.



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Nope.

 

All my dreams of MShep x Garrus can't be fulfilled t-t 



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Yes and no. Yes you can do texture hacks, no you can't really go any further than that. Unfortunately as good as they are, the Mass Effect games aren't particularly moddable, and so far nobody's gotten further than basic texture hacks. It may also see you locked out of your game, given EA's notoriously draconian EULAs that allow them to ban you from playing your own games-and hatred of modders. They aren't the official "worst corporation in America" two years running for nothing.

 

EA doesn't hate modder, their lack of desire to allow user content has more to deal with financial problem with third party software. ME3, like Battlefield series, like The Old Republic has ONLINE requirements. They don't allow mods in this case because of the possibility the hacks and cheats on their MP servers, otherwise there would have been no toolset for DA:O if they hate modders so much. I doubt that there is a Shep model with little Shep and if there was, it would have been a ken doll.



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It's not just limited to that, though. EA also dislikes modding because it takes control of a game's lifespan out of their hands. Look at BF2, it still has a pretty big community of players, because mods kept the game alive. Now take BF3, which doesn't allow modding at all. What's going to happen when BF4 releases? BF3 MP is simply going to die out. There's no reason to stick with BF3, so then everyone just moves over to BF4.

 

It's an easy way for EA to ensure people buy the new game in the franchise. They simply reduce the incentive of sticking with the old game.



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It's not just limited to that, though. EA also dislikes modding because it takes control of a game's lifespan out of their hands. Look at BF2, it still has a pretty big community of players, because mods kept the game alive. Now take BF3, which doesn't allow modding at all. What's going to happen when BF4 releases? BF3 MP is simply going to die out. There's no reason to stick with BF3, so then everyone just moves over to BF4.

 

It's an easy way for EA to ensure people buy the new game in the franchise. They simply reduce the incentive of sticking with the old game.

 

Again, when they shut down old servers it is not because they hate you or want to milk the franchise but because the cost of running those servers with adding more new servers is too much. It's business, their number one concern as a publicly traded company is to get high investment returns to their investor, which range from big business to people with retirement funds and families.



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Hogwash. EA is a multi-billion dollar corporation. Do you really want to tell me they can't afford the measly few thousand dollar cost of running and maintaining legacy game servers? That's completely ludicrous.

 

Regardless, we weren't talking about game servers. We were talking about being able to mod their games. If people aren't able to mod their MP games, then EA has full control over the lifespan of those games. Have fun trying to play BF3 once BF4 hits. If the whole thing really was just because they can't afford to run servers for the game, they would have at least included a LAN option so that BF3 MP doesn't effectively become useless to consumers once BF4 hits.

 

EA wants you to buy their new game and they'll do anything in their power to do so. If that means essentially making your old game defunct, then so be it.



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Hogwash. EA is a multi-billion dollar corporation. Do you really want to tell me they can't afford the measly few thousand dollar cost of running and maintaining legacy game servers? That's completely ludicrous.

 

Regardless, we weren't talking about game servers. We were talking about being able to mod their games. If people aren't able to mod their MP games, then EA has full control over the lifespan of those games. Have fun trying to play BF3 once BF4 hits. If the whole thing really was just because they can't afford to run servers for the game, they would have at least included a LAN option so that BF3 MP doesn't effectively become useless to consumers once BF4 hits.

 

EA wants you to buy their new game and they'll do anything in their power to do so. If that means essentially making your old game defunct, then so be it.

 

That's because you are not the one who is paying for those servers, they are. Do you know how much it costs to keep those servers running? I'm pretty sure that it is more than "a measly few thousand of dollars", spanding across several franchises with most being sports games. Just because they are a multi-billion dollar corporation doesn't mean that they are going to splash all their cash of running servers that is going to lose 2/3 of the people will move on to the next game. I said it before, if EA hated modder so much then why can you mod the Sims and DA? BioWare just doesn't have the time or the resources to build a mod kit from scrach that doesn't use 3rd party software and as well as being easy for people to use, if they had all the time and money in the world I'm pretty sure that you would have a mod kit. That's how business works and yes it does suck, but at least I'm not going overboard with EA being "evil" thing. If you don't like their policy then don't buy their games, simple.



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If EA allowed people to host their own servers then it wouldn't cost anything, releasing the software to run your own server used to be the norm with shooters. EAs "hacks" excuse for not supporting mods is laughable, again modding used to be commonplace with shooters, EA would rather bleed people dry with overpriced DLC, Activision are the same. 






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