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In regards to missing information, the mod uses the orange box engine, so it comes with the orange box amenities, this includes better A.I. (for Valve's orignal NPCs), aggressive lighting, HDR support for the SOME of the lolm maps, and dynamic shadows. On top of that, Missing Information comes with new skins for the NPCs, like the stalker. And strangely enough, some of Missing Information's original NPCs, like the bullsquid on snowairex, make it into the lolm maps. Then of course there's impulse 101. There are a ton of unbalanced sections in the lolm maps, basically where Rachet spams the map with a ton of soldiers. It's fun to have the option to burn/vaporize/lazer/explode them with MissingInfo's overpowered weapons, and even when using these weapons, you're not completely overpowered, so some (reasonable) challenge remains.
I have to note though that you're gonna need to do more than just dump the lolm maps into the MissingInfo directory. You'll need to add the scripts, easter eggs, and sound files also if you want some areas to make sense. Just make it so where when you dump these files into the Missing Info directory, and the computer asks you to replace some files, say no. But at the same time, not adding these files won't end the world, you can still play the maps without them.
I posted a more unbiased review of lolm on their summaries page, you might find some things that you agree to. Its in the reply to my first review.
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