This is the 0.8 release, along with changelog, credits, and a quick reference sheet. Load in Zandronum or ZDoom/GZDoom with a levelset of your choice...
Let the Obsession begin. Again.
This time, the entire forces of the netherworld have overrun Earth. To save her, you must descend into the stygian depths of Hell itself!
Battle mightier, nastier, deadlier demons and monsters. Use more powerful weapons. Survive more mind-blowing explosions and more of the bloodiest, fiercest, most awesome blastfest ever!
Play DOOM II solo, with two people over a modem, or with up to four players over a LAN (supporting IPX protocol). No matter which way you choose, get ready for adrenaline-pumping, action-packed excitement that's sure to give your heart a real workout.
In the new features chapter, hardware shaders are the real deal. Now Vignette effect it's fully programmed into GLSL.
However, if this feature isn't of your liking, you can always disable it, along with the remaining visual features (And with almost any other feature in the game) through the HESK Options menu.
Also, we must mention the further expansion of the HUD. You can encounter up to three icons at time above the inventory's HUD, with varying duration and appareance, which will lead us into the next chapter: Expanded items.
Some items will have a lasting effect. One of them is the "Immunity Enhancer". This item will enhance the resistance of your Immune System for a limited period of time, thus draining it more slowly if you run out of armor. The duration of its effect will be noted by the varying icon: The icon will gradually start to disappear at the same time as the drug effect.
Some items can be encountered with variations of themselves. In this case, there are three variations of the Immunity Enhancer:
Type I: This variation has a moderate duration, with a moderate immunity resistance.
Type II: This variation has a long duration, with a weak immunity resistance.
Type III: This variation has a short duration, with a strong immunity resistance.
Sadly, in bewteen all this progress, the development faced some issues too. As some followers knows, this mod was initially developed for ZDoom, not for it's OpenGL variant. It still have most of the original code, and the original map build, which (I think) it's what brought some troubles.
Version 2.0.3 of GZDoom has a new improvement: Fully hardware rendering for lighting. The only thing with this is that it needs a different method of mapping. Lighting applied as in HESK: Hyugaren (Specially sector lighting for altitude fog) make a huge stress with this kind of rendering, thus reducing significantly performance. Version 1.8.02, however, has a different way to render this old method of lighting, which keeps the performance at best.
On the other hand, I'm having huge problems with custom shaders in 2.0.3. Those who worked well in 1.8.02 will crash at the very start of the updated port.
For this reason, and although it can be seen as a kind of regression, HESK: Hyugaren will be developed for GZDoom 1.8.02, not for 2.0.3. I hope you can understand, and I'm sorry all this inconvenient.
I'm gonna update once I have more info to give about the development of those features here mentioned. Also, some other major features will be unveiled after I can resolve this inconvenient.
See you later, and remember: Winners don't use drugs. But in Hyugaren, they must.
Highest Rated (6 agree) 10/10
Aaah...Good ol' DooM:II one of the games that started the FPS craze, and made it into one of the best genres.
This game was released in 1994 and it's still good as new!
IT NEVER GETS OLD FOR FUCKS SAKE!!!
and best of all, if it gets old then i can inform you about 100000000000000 wad's
out there, everything from map packs to tc's.
May 7 2011, 4:18pm by ligisd