Why should modding be open to those that have not purchased access to the game?
Do you ask large game companies for the tools to mod the game, or expect support, if you haven't purchased it?
I use Skyrim as an example. You might be able to use the creation kit without owning the game, but it's less than useless without the game files.
In short, if you bought the game, you can mod the game.
20 dollars is less than a single monthly subscription to most any porn site out there....
You can't compare AAA games with an indie porn game.... we can't have the same modding community.
I didn"t say xpadmin should let people play the game without purchase it, only talking about allowing modding outside the game. Modding is not gaming, it's a work on a game.
Don't get me wrong, I just want to see more and good content added to the game, I don't want it to be free.