We are living in an age of mistrust, pure and simple.
Hiya! I’m J*Rod, silent catalyst and media generalist. I’ve dropped onto TAY to provide whatever insight I can into relevant topics by putting them into perspective with the history that’s come before them.
Mods are an integral part of the video game community. Always have, always will. Especially these days, when most games today run off of engines licensed from someone else.
Many of you may remember the controversy behind the crashed-and-burned GAME_JAM project undertaken by Polaris barely a month ago. Lives were changed, careers were ruined, and many involved swore never to drink Mountain Dew again.
It's hard to imagine that just over five years ago, an unassuming prospective animator from Georgia would team up with a rising game industry activist to spark what would become a highly influential web series that has run on four gaming sites and helped jump-start a new generation of eager, young designers.
This past semester, the Digital Video department of the University of Advancing Technology embarked on well-tread ground with Bohemian Rhapsody: Star Wars Edition. Today, it has finally been released on their YouTube channel, and it is a sight to see.