i started modding when i was 11 and like many kids today, i was addicted.
I was playing an RTS game known as Command and Conquer Red Alert. I was downloading a map called a 'nurple' map. This map changed submarines into nuclear subs. I was in shock!
For years i have modded games. I modded Doom and DukeNukem 3d often while i was young.
I got a few consoles as the times advanced. The first system that was bought for me was in '90 or '91.
It was an NES system.
So Command and Conquer Red Alert 2 came out. Modding that game was as easy as the original.
At this time i got MY first PC and had my first job.
It was on, but fate took everything away.
So with nothing, i bought an XBOX original. Stayed away from PCs for a few years. Bought a 360.
No other game has caught my eye like TES:Oblivion(360) an TES:Morrowind(original)
I looked online and discovered Hexidecimal and binary modding as well as gamesave modding.
Once again, hooked.
I needed a PC.
So i modded and later discovered Oblivion was available on PC.
I needed a better PC(lol).
I started modding a few PC games then SPORE was released.
Spore modding sucks, honestly, but very addictive as well.
I started modding things people loved.
My mods have picked up across forums, from one game to another.
I needed a site.
I hosted mods on so many different servers.
Bandwidth problem and memberships suck.
Welcome to DavoOnline.com
Yeah, TES:5 Civ:5 will be next.
Future Bethesda games are a must.
I hope this makes things easier for you, and if you are young, get a job ASAP! It makes a difference!
So when your parent go to complaining that you are on a PC all day, they stop and think "Well, he DID buy it!"