Hey! I am a teen living in Wisconsin, and I would like to say that I love Command & Conquer and Team Fortress 2. Now, something I would like to tell you about is the Control Point podcast, brought to us by the Dead Workers Party. It is basically an overview of many of TF2's facets, and has tips galore! plus other things to make you happy. The hosts have graciously allowed me to host a version of their podcast here that is cut down into pieces small enough to Audiosurf, which is another game I love. You can take a look in the Control Point group, it is really the best way to listen to them! My Steam name is Sarda [CP-VOX] and my Audiosurf account name is laserrobotics. Get out there and compete with me!

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sudoku424 Feb 28 2010, 9:16pm replied:

The word 'mod' implies that it is a modification of something else, but not completely different, i.e. it still uses the original something(in this case HL2). HL2 requires Steam. Therefore, yes, this very obviously requires Steam.

+2 votes   download: Radiator 1-2: Handle With Care
sudoku424 Oct 24 2009, 1:12am replied:

yours first.

+3 votes   media: Maintenance area
sudoku424 Oct 24 2009, 1:11am replied:


+2 votes   media: Toilet
sudoku424 Oct 24 2009, 1:11am says:

cool, paper reams.

+1 vote   media: Storage Room
sudoku424 Sep 16 2009, 7:51pm replied:

You've got some serious logic issues. I suggest taking a short break from 4chan.

+2 votes   article: The new Portalgun
sudoku424 Sep 13 2009, 1:33pm replied:

means it's AWESOME

+3 votes   media: New Portal Gun *TEXTURED*
sudoku424 Sep 9 2009, 9:43pm says:

Pretty cool. I like the idea of the heart, and calling it the Weighted Companion Shield, or WCS(Worst Case Scenario :D ).

+6 votes   media: Aperture Science Handheld Shield Device - Preview
sudoku424 Sep 4 2009, 5:51pm says:

I assume that you'll be changing the wall texture for the upper corridor, yes?

+1 vote   media: Test Chamber
sudoku424 Aug 14 2009, 7:53pm says:

That's awesome, the camera not being movable was the biggest problem with the old version. I kept falling off because it would swing to odd angles. Definitely going to install when it goes out on Steam.

+1 vote   mod: Dreamball
sudoku424 Aug 4 2009, 6:20pm replied:

It's called Portal: Combat. Of course it's not going to be Portal style in that there're other weapons than physics, but otherwise this is completely Portal style.

+4 votes   media: Nade Training Demonstration
sudoku424 Jul 31 2009, 11:02pm says:

Zelda maps are not always weird D:

+2 votes   media: Lucario sees you
sudoku424 Jul 31 2009, 5:31pm replied:

Actually fighting them naked? I think they should get clothes in between there somewhere...

+2 votes   media: Cloning lab
sudoku424 Jul 26 2009, 8:23pm replied:

Thanks, I must not have gone up to the right place on the fence after getting the key. Something else I noticed was that if you noclip into the space behind the huge gate at the end(far right corner as you enter the last area) it opens. Does this mean anything?

+1 vote   mod: Random Quest
sudoku424 Jul 26 2009, 8:17pm replied:

Not much of an accomplishment when there's a max of 25 servers :D

But still, this is AWESOME.

+1 vote   mod: Obsidian Conflict
sudoku424 Jul 25 2009, 1:26pm replied:

Copy/paste/rename the regular file to the widescreen, that'll do it.

+1 vote   mod: Random Quest
sudoku424 Jul 25 2009, 1:24pm says:

Awesome news! It is working for me again now(remember me? The guy with only the Orange Box version of HL2?). When thinking what could have happened, I seem to have skipped over a small but important detail: we replaced our monitor with a widescreen one. Apparently, it had just been refusing to show me the error that it was missing the widescreen main menu background. Copy/paste/renaming the regular main menu background fixed this and I was able to finish the game(sort of)! I couldn't figure out how to do the very end nonviolently. Or violently. I know I need to get to the hatch in the fencing, but how?

+1 vote   mod: Random Quest
sudoku424 Jul 22 2009, 10:21pm replied:

It's still low populated, but no weapon limits!

+1 vote   mod: Obsidian Conflict
sudoku424 Jun 22 2009, 8:50pm says:

Worst possible scenario, this is a Christmas present for us this year. Can't wait!

+5 votes   mod: Black Mesa
sudoku424 Jun 21 2009, 9:23pm replied:

Hrm. I wonder why it worked that once, then. It's not anything to do with just being installed, because reinstalling it did nothing. It had nothing to do with running Ep 2 first, either, although I wasn't expecting anything from that. It also has nothing to do with my antivirus, since I switched that off. Hopefully I'll find something, because something here must be letting it work through the OB version.

+1 vote   mod: Random Quest
sudoku424 Jun 21 2009, 7:16pm says:

What exactly is the problem with this and the OB version of HL2? Obviously, it's not that it can't run it, unless HL2 Ep 2 also doesn't run on the OB source engine.

What I did when running it was I had played the fake HL2 Ep3 just before launching this, so maybe that's why it worked. I don't know if this will work again, but launching it without having done that definitely doesn't work.

+1 vote   mod: Random Quest
sudoku424 Jun 20 2009, 7:16pm says:

Hey, I played this once, and it was really good, but then the next day when I tried to start it up it pretends it's starting up and then does nothing. Like, Steam will show the loading rectangle, and then nothing happens after it disappears. Is this a known problem for you, or should I just try reinstalling it?

+1 vote   mod: Random Quest
sudoku424 Jun 15 2009, 8:41pm says:

Ahahaha loved the ending when you made us fight against [not going to spoil it]. Interesting idea, Combines cloning [totally censored].

+1 vote   mod: HALF-LIFEĀ² Old School
sudoku424 Jun 14 2009, 8:07pm replied:

It says that because this is meant to be what happens between Half Life 1 and Half Life 2. Like in the description. At the top of the page.

+2 votes   mod: Transitions
sudoku424 May 30 2009, 9:00pm says:

Sorry about the lateness, had these all sectioned and ready and then forgot to upload them.

+1 vote   download: Control Point Episode 75
sudoku424 Apr 26 2009, 3:42pm says:

Sweet, copy-pasting linked words retains the links! No more iTunes lagging while uploading from now on...

+1 vote   download: Control Point Episode 72
sudoku424 Apr 26 2009, 3:10pm replied:

Um... yes?

+1 vote   download: Control Point Episode 67
sudoku424 Mar 4 2009, 8:15pm replied:

I kind of took it as a "Did you know..." rather than pointing out something was wrong.

+1 vote   article: Look and Feel Update
sudoku424 Mar 2 2009, 6:17pm replied:

First, you must go to where you downloaded it to and then use that to install the game. Then, Steam must be restarted(or just started, if it wasn't running when you installed Portal Prelude), and then it will be in the games list of Steam.

+1 vote   download: Portal: Prelude 1.1.5 (complete installer)
sudoku424 Feb 28 2009, 12:46pm says:

I'm seeing some pretty hard areas, but there is one area that just has me stumped. It's near the start, before you get any weapons, the one with all the fences and turrets. I just can't see how to get through there without a weapon(not counting the hacksaw, you can't shoot barrels with that). Also, right before it, you give the player ammo for the pistol they don't yet have. I've noclipped all over the place and can't figure it out.

+1 vote   mod: Strider Mountain
sudoku424 Feb 27 2009, 10:06pm replied:

Come on, you're just as bad as those people who hate HL2 because Zero Punctuation called out its nonexistent repetition. I followed the mod from the start, and the only time the creator could have been called anything bad would be when someone sent in a particularly vehement complaint that was obviously founded on the basis of "I'm stupid and I can't play this mod, because I didn't finish Portal either."

I'll give you your opinions that the levels were a little hard, because obviously some people had a little trouble, but get your facts straight before you start insulting the creator.

+1 vote   article: Editors' Choice: Best Single Player Mod
sudoku424 Feb 25 2009, 9:28pm replied:

Look over your comment, and rethink your accusations. I got through Portal Prelude just fine, and that's coming from a guy who needed a walkthrough for Portal itself. Plus, the only problems the storyline has is that it has been translated from French, and we all know how often problems arise from other languages being translated into English. I'm sure it works the same way going out of English, but, being one who only barely speaks a second language, I have no experience there.

+1 vote   article: Editors' Choice: Best Single Player Mod
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