I'll probably save your life one day...
Good to see some French coverage. Good luck guys.
I think the corpse effect has merit. Being near a bunch of corpses when you're totally not used to that won't kill you, but it might well send you insane or catatonic, either of which is death if you're looking to evade elite security forces.
So same ****, really.
just so impressive...
This looks like a great mod. I look forward to playing it.
I mostly just jerk off.
Shite! There was a download, but I've got no clue where it went, and if I still have it. I'll check my Steam folder, but I imagine it's broken as **** now.
Yup, it was released, and it was fun. But now its well and truly dead.
Hey Scotty, great work with Desura mate. It looks real good. I look forward to giving it a go, and I'll see if I can do a write up somewhere, maybe send a few more hits your way.
Anyway, good to see it came good.
Good luck getting out there guys. Look forward to being able to buy The Ball.
this looks great! best of luck to you guys.
I think it's worse, dtd. The twenty chapter (US) version is perfect. I read the 21 chapter one, saw the movie, thought that was a heaps better ending, then read about the two versions and ****, and yeah... The 21st chapter is kinda lame.
A bit sad. In our day, originality reigned supreme. Still, congrats to all those whom the editors chose.
The S in SDK doesn't stand for source.
I'm glad, Trestkon. If you make the next one even better, you can have my left nut and frame it on your wall. No pressure.
Not so much a circle-jerk, at least when I was active at ModDB, the perception was that TNM was written by PlanetDeusEx, for PlanetDeusEx, similarly to how Hammy-bob Mod was written by ModDB, for ModDB.
This must have had a positive impact somewhere along the line - not many mod projects ever see a team of ten dedicated developers, let alone when they're just starting out. Of course, the negative is that people thought it would be a joke, and even worse, a joke they weren't in on.
At the end of the day though, you guys created a mod that is unique in scope and quality, proved the mod community is capable of professional production values, without taking the usual 'indie' shortcuts. It is well known, respected, and considered one of, if not, the best in its class by the majority of those who have played it.
It is one of the most important mods to come out since the first wave of quality mods, and it's something you can all be proud of for the rest of your lives. Congratulations.
"ModDB is working with the developers of TNM to pull back the curtain on Deus Ex's greatest mod." That's quite misleading. Not a lie, but definitely misleading.
Still, good to read, so whatevs.
Purchasing as we speak. Great job guys!
Such a great game, could benefit so much from singleplayer mods and tweaks.
I agree with Joey.
Okay, I don't think this is official. Users can now submit their own reviews; however, it still claims to go through the authorisation process to ensure that the review is free of grammatical or spelling errors and "presented in a professional manner."
Out of interest, who authorised this?
Unfortunately, I'm inclined to agree. You do great work, Aaron, but this is not the quality that Mod DB reviews were during Joe's era.
Brilliant idea, I have to say. Now please release the source code.
Will you lot be releasing the source code for this, and if so, is it well commented?
If yes, I love you so much I could cry.
It's a symbol foo'. As far as I'm aware, it has no meaning or anything. I just drew it one day and liked it.
Good one, one of the few engines which seem capable of this.
No, I think motion blur will look good, as long as it's very, very sparingly applied.
Black Mesa Inbound is the title of the first chapter of Half-Life, and both the mod Black Mesa and this have screenshots remaking that very same area.
Whoever made this poll really has a good understanding of the basic structure of the world. HINT: seasons are different on either side of the equator, not the meridian, which has no real function geographically, and was only created for political reasons.