Left4Quake aims to bring Left 4 Dead to the Playstation Portable.

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Desticurve
Desticurve

Hint of a release? I think I can help the witch with her problems.... Didn't work out so well last time though........

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Skullboy99
Skullboy99

sweet!

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el-pepi
el-pepi

Maybe you could just make an entity on the maps that if the bots are near to, they just turn their flashlights on.

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Ghost_Fang Author
Ghost_Fang

i was actually thinking of that too, like a func_ brush if they are inside it (dark areas) they would turn their flashlights on

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WildMint
WildMint

Cutscenes ^^
Merry Christmas everyone!

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juicytoot
juicytoot

Wow, and it doesnt exactly need bot flashlights i mean i usually down ,y partners at the beggining.

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Desticurve
Desticurve

man your just a juicy little toot :D

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Derped_Crusader
Derped_Crusader

i don't know much... but maybe a node (if a node is what i think it is)

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Note: there is alot more features for each that aren't noted here. But I figured I would point out the larger, more important features. As you can see the PSP is almost up to par with the PC, the only thing about the bots using their flashlights is that it uses a Darkplaces only bulletin (getlight) and it may or may not be ported to the PSP engine.

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