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  • It's Time to Call It, Guys

    JohnWorfin - - Half-Life Series

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    I guess we all should let it go then. It is sad to think that I have been waiting patiently for a decade for the next game and it will never happen..........

  • Why we need hl3

    JohnWorfin - - Half-Life Series

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    We need HL3 because we have been waiting a decade since the announcement of the next installment. Our support has gallen on deaf ears.

  • Quote from LordSkunk 707: “I just picked up Assassins Creed: Middle Earth. ” Shadows of Hodor was a pretty good sword game I just played a bunch of Blacke mesa and Crysis after I got my gaming PC going after over a year of parts hell

  • Building a steambox

    JohnWorfin - - Technology and Gaming

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    So, after months of research and a year of on and off frustruation, I finally got it together. Two motherboards (be careful how tight you screw on the CPU cooler,) two power supplies (beware of super cheap online retailers) and several batches of memory (thank god for mobo boot codes, and never buy memory from Fry's) I have a my first dedicated gaming computer in a decade. With a pair of overclocked liquid cooled GTX 980 cards in SLI, I set up win10 and then I spent yesterday playing Black Mesa …

  • A pressure cooker lets you fry with less oil

  • Future Content

    JohnWorfin - - The Cafeteria

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    Quote from AsinoEsel: “JohnWorfin, keep in mind that recent additions to the game engine (CSM and Godrays for example) were programmed specifically for Xen. If the devs can work on Xen while at the same time improving the graphics of other parts of the game substantially, I don't see a problem with that in any way. ” I have been following Black mesa since 2006. I know what to keep in mind. This was a question for the developers. The question is part of my twice yearly inquiry into the release of…

  • Future Content

    JohnWorfin - - The Cafeteria

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    All the talk of refined content and level reduxes is all well and good, But where is Xen? Is there any chance it be released this year? After 10 years of following this mod and paying for the early release, It seems that everything else gets worked on save the completion of the game. An unreleased complete game, 2 seperate partially released builds and now level updates. I know the developers will never release the internal release calendar for the Xen parts, but how about throwing us a bone and…

  • Finally figuring out "On a Rail" and then going through and killing every marine and getting every health and ammo pack after numerous deaths

  • Any plans on updating the Wiki?

    JohnWorfin - - The Cafeteria

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    Maybe after Xen is released , so some indeterminate time in the future, Maybe on the 5 year anniversary of the initial release ?

  • Is it true? Marc Laidlaw

    JohnWorfin - - Half-Life Series

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    Look at all of you trying to act like you don't care about Half Life 3. Everyone can see through your lies. You are transparent

  • This is all we have, fans clinging to little shreds of hope.

  • Here is the article pcgamer.com/everybodys-gone-to…e-appear-in-steamdb-list/

  • Quote from Sage J. Fox: “Quote from JohnWorfin: “valve will never let them make money off of stolen code ” To quote the page, "To be clear, this is a FREE modification!" And don't know that I'd say never, after all, here we are with a retail Black Mesa existing. Quote from Crypt: “ ” ” Valve would never set a precedent where profit can be made from stolen code on valve's own service

  • valve will never let them make money off of stolen code

  • State of Decay

  • That's pretty awesome. I am sure there will be a steam sale with them upon release

  • So , as long as you don't do multiplayer you should be ok until the fix

  • On a side note, There are is a HL2 total conversion mod for the Cry engine called Cry of Fear

  • Quote from Maxey: “I grew up. Nice try, trying to make this about me, tho. ” You used to be cool, but that matters not. The important thing that matters is the implementation of an open source game engine, with an open source advanced API like vulcan, which will allow for a much tighter control of graphical resources, and maybe even the ability of rendering over different types of graphics cards, akin to the physX system. Microshaft could have done this years ago as they are doing now, but inste…