Thanks for the reply I appreciate it a lot.
I will be going for CryEngine, I read you could extend Unity to use C++ as well but I would suspect there will arise problems when doing this.
Okay I just start with the logic, UI and graphics till I have something that you can run around and move on from there.
I'm going to make an ACTION / ADVENTURE game. So it will need physics and AI.
Would it be better to use Visual C++ or could I just use NetBeans?
Enthusiastic is the least of my problems, the girlfriend wants to kill me for coding and drawing all the time hahaha...
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