Is only here to comment and discuss various mods that catch his interest, especially Red Alert Paradox. Has no modding skills or abilities save his ability to flesh out a universe, which is fairly easy to begin with, and to provide handwaves for plot holes. Unless you're a troll.
In my travels around the internet, I've read about the "Gamer's Bill of Rights", and how many gamers are keen on it. Well, for one thing, this is obviously nothing more than some attempt by Stardock to get more sales; this much is obvious. The fact that people flock to it is a sign of its genius. The fact that no one catches on is just proof of how little nerds think critically.
But more interesting is the rules itself. All of them are products of the avarice and arrogance of gamers. All. When I was about your age, I read magazine articles criticizing pirates and how they damaged the gaming industry, but now they're seen as heroes against the "man", and that's just the beginning. Gamers do not deserve a Bill of Rights. Gamers deserve Commandments that THEY should obey first before whining. I think I've thought of the top ten things, and because I like it, it's in King James Bible language.
1. Thou shalt not steal, but instead pay full price for thy game
2. Thou shalt abhor the Hacker, for he defiles all you cherish.
3. Thou shalt not judge games compared to thy vague memory of childhood
4. Thou shalt not demand more of the Game Company than is realistic
5. Thou shalt recognize that you are the minority of customers
6. Thou shalt not put thy gaming preferences above others
7. Thou shalt not put thy pleasure as solely important
8. Thou shalt take responsibility for criticism you say
9. Thou shalt praise the Game Company that does well, not abhor ones that do not
10. Thou shalt realize the Game Company have no lord but money