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We're not in it for the fans so whatever.
Dark Interval and Missing Information isn't dead.
Yeah its a known bug.
It will be the Steam release, yes.
No idea at this point to be honest. Before the end of the year maybe :D?
Tweaking existing ones, removing one (guess which!!!) and adding a new one. We'll do smaller incremental updates once the first stable build is on Steam.
You are aware we've already made several release, right? This isn't about some big start-to-finish story line we're talking about.
Could you give me a bit more information? Do you have EP1 or EP2 installed?
Oh jesus christ those sounds sound like ****.
I doubt anyone uses Direct-X 8 anywhere anymore LOL
Source already uses Havok hope this helps.
Send me a private message here, lets talk.
This is not true, no.
The Cremator isn't support and neither is the Combine Assassin we merely left it there.
The Digger will not be because of technical limitations of the Source engine. The jetski might be in the game but it is unlikely it will be used anywhere.
Sounds like you need to validate your game cache.
Not really. It'd required a lot of hacks though, so it'd look quite weird.
Valve removed a bunch of content from the base games. We haven't supplied a patch to re-add this missing content. It'll be in the Steam release.
Yup seems pretty close to perfect :)!
Yes. Sometime in 2016 but we cannot say specifically when.
So what are you using to create these?
Unfortunately this is a common occurrence. There's currently no patch available that fixes that. Sorry.
Yeah, that's right. We don't support SteamPipe but it should still run just fine.
Try validating your cache for Half-Life 2, Half-Life 2: Episode Two and Source SDK Base 2007.
In case anyone is wondering. This is stolen directly from Missing Information. There's absolutely no way you'd land on 95% of the same geometry we MADE for that map.
I'd say the Greenlight approval says people want to play this mod regardless, so packup your **** and move on - we don't care.
Our description is the same its always been, if you knew how Moddb worked.
Small bits. Something that's actually possible to complete. You'll see more frequent updates now that we'll be distributing on Steam.
I'm not entirely sure I understand what you mean by that?