I kind of agree with what your saying, but in other cases I think a mod could help improve the life-span, and even the sales of a game. DLC are technically 'mods' for that game to improve the lifespan, but they just have a price-tag associated with them. I didn't care too much for Oblivion when it came out, but a mod got me interested in purchasing that earlier this year. The mod was okay, but it gave me a chance to play Oblivion more to find it a pretty decent game (still no Morrowind, but still a good game).coldalarm said:And your point? Mods do not a good game make. If a game requires 3rd Party mods to be fun, then the game is doing something wrong.