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Happy Birthday Dez!
I just voted for Lost Alpha. Want to keep up with the latest? "Like" the page I am Admin for: Facebook.com
Twice as big as Texas? Really?
One of my favorite levels.
You can read about it here: Gsc-game.com
Yes. I try for a variety of stuff. Screenshots from the Games. Mod information. Stalker Art. Articles about the Zone, Reactors, stuff in Russia, Ukraine and other nearby countries. Cosplay. It's all about the Stalker fans and not me. Without fans what is the point to any of this?
This is the unmodded Game. It is relevant to Lost Alpha because it contains dialogue that doesn't belong in SoC but to an earlier build of the Game. Since Lost Alpha is based upon the earlier builds of many levels the description given matches my experience as a Tester for Lost Alpha.
The dialogue doesn't fit SoC. That was the point. Of course the location is wrong too. Something that GSC at one time intended to make sense but due to Game changes it became something that got left behind and was never removed or fixed. This isn't the only example as I've seen others but merely one that the dialogue can be explained as applying to the earlier builds of SoC.
It is about the Cordon. The Dutyers you rescue/assist in the Dark Valley move to Garbage. Shaggy Sergei is the Dutyer in the jail cell. This dialogue was never corrected/removed I assume from earlier versions of the Game that changed that tunnel to the electro tunnel we have now.
Just to let everyone know, 2 months ago GSC asked me to be the Admin. of Official S.T.A.L.K.E.R. on Facebook. If you have material like Screenshots, Art, Links or especially information, reviews or video of any Mods you are wanting to share or support please send it to me on Facebook. Thanks.
I think it's all good. People don't seem to grasp how entirely worse the entire situation could be.
Not sure if this has been posted yet:
News about GSC & Lost Alpha.
Good to see erik still has the Stalker bug.
When Gabe loses 100 pounds.
Lost Alpha: Stalker Diary #4----- I had spent the morning in the Wild Territory. I was overloaded with loot of artifacts, mutant body parts and used weapons from killing a few Bandits. I headed back to the eastern side of Rostok controlled by Duty. I passed by Sgt. Kitsenko and the other 2 Dutyers guarding the entrance around the corner from the crossroads that also went north to the Army Warehouses. Once inside the relative safety of the Bar area, I sold what I could, stashed what I wanted to keep and got some needed repairs to my weapons and armor. It was mid-afternoon with several hours of daylight left so I decided to go back out. Suddenly a Dutyer in an Exoskeleton ran past me as I neared the exit. His gun was drawn and he seemed in a panic. I made it to the short stairway and abruptly came face to face with several Zombies. My AKS-74U was ready and I blasted away having to reload several times as they fell and rose again. As quickly as I emptied the bulk of the ammo on me it was over. I stepped over the stinking, rotting corpses of five Zombies and came upon a more gruesome sight. The three Dutyer guards I had just passed less than an hour before were dead. Sgt. Kitsenko and his men were mauled and bloody lying next to their empty weapons. The thought quickly crossed my mind that the Zombies had followed my scent from the Wild Territory back to the Bar. I felt bad.
Duke Nukem sucked because it changed hands too many times.
Believe me if I was allowed I would have lots of them. I probably have over 20,000 Lost Alpha Screenshots. Sorry I can't show them...yet.
So is everyone okay with going to my Blog for the Lost Alpha diaries?
Lost Alpha: Stalker Diary #3
Of course I agreed to test Lost Alpha since I have not seen anything new since I got the Russian version of CoP in 2009. While some may argue that it's spoiling things to see LA early, what they don't realize is I'm exposed to try things that may not work and are removed and I may be lucky enough to provide feedback to add or improve things for all in the future. The bottom line is being in the Zone under any circumstances is worth it to me.
I decided to use my dormant TWITTER account. Sign up to
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Lost Alpha: Stalker Diary #2
I had decided to leave the main road. I headed across the endless fields with trees and shrubs, walking alone without seeing anything to tell me that anyone had ever been here before. The beauty of nature, the wind across my face and the sun setting was tranquil and exhilarating. I felt one with the world and far from the horrors I had seen in the days before. As dusk set I turned on my headlamp to guide the way. Even though it was fast approaching darkness I was not worried...that is until I heard the mutant dogs. Suddenly fear gripped me and I realized the weakness of my headlamp was inadequate to keep going like this facing mutants. I checked my PDA and saw that a ridgeline was ahead and I was anxious to get to the safety of an outcrop of rocks to climb. Quickly I scrambled up them and knew I would have to spend the night here as the dogs howled and barked all around me. I was truly in the middle of nowhere far from any roads or signs of civilization. And then I heard a strange sound...a steady hum. A continuous low, droning sound. Mechanical. Man-made. I took a huge risk as the dogs were very close and ran along the edge of a cliff suddenly finding a hidden opening surrounded by foilage. I entered the darkness with my headlamp shining ahead of me to illuminate the secret entrance before me. The dogs were right behind me and before me there was only one option. An Elevator that descended into the bowels of the earth below. All I knew was that no one had ever mentioned this place before and I didn't have the slightest clue where I was or what awaited me beneath. I did know that my food and ammo were very low and the thought crossed my mind that this could be a one-way trip.
Lost Alpha: Stalker Diary #1
I was passing through the Dead City. Miles and miles of streets and city blocks where I was the only soul. It's easy to feel safe and complacent in such a setting of civilization. You imagine that wild creatures stay on the edges of town, away from the creations of Man with his concrete, steel and pavement. That thought quickly evaporated when I looked down the street 2 blocks away and saw a Bloodsucker walking around totally visible like he had not a care in the world. It was then that I realized this was his town and I was the intruder.
I did when I was there.
Yes...it's much bigger and easier to get lost. While CoP's PU was one level, LA's is multiple levels or stories ( height )
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