Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Without question, Black Mesa is one of the most anticipated mods in years. Originally known as Black mesa: Source (they removed the ‘Source’ at Valve’s request), it began when the teams from two other mods: Leakfree and the Half-Life: Source Overhaul Project, merged to form one super-powerful mod team. Since then, they’ve been working hard at bringing Half-Life over into a much prettier package. It was originally based on the first Source engine, but now uses the 2007 version released with the Orange Box.
After all this years, Black Mesa is finally playable!So enjoy kids :D
- The 2007 Source SDK. You can install this from the Library > Tools menu in Steam. Alternatively, you can just click click this link.
- The Black Mesa mod. Where can you get that? We got the link bellow!
Posted by Jeff Leong at 9:46 PM
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
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Tuesday, June 5, 2012
So this looks really great to me. Victorian steampunk. Stealth, combat, and magic. It’s a first-person melee game for the most part, and if it were being developed by the same team behind Elder Scrolls that might make me nervous – after all, I’ve never been overly fond of the combat mechanics in the Elder Scrolls games.
But Bethesda is only the publisher behind the game. Arkane Studios is developing the title, and they have veterans of Deus Ex, Thief, Dark Messiah of Might and Magic, and Half-Life 2 working on Dishonored, which makes me more excited than ever.
The gameplay looks as bloody as you’d expect. It’s hard to get a great feel for actual mechanics even from a gameplay trailer. But between daggers, guns, and powers like teleport and possession, this should be a neat new IP. The new IP piece of the puzzle is also key to my growing anticipation.
Hopefully all this hype pans out and we get a unique, highly playable game when it does release this October on PC, Xbox 360, and PS3.
Posted by Jeff Leong at 4:19 PM