The more the merrier!
Wow, by far the most impressive gameplay vid shown to date, you guys are really proving yourselves as developers!
Very nice, some of the areas in the other screenshots could do with a lot more detailing though
I really like it
Damn this was cool of you fellas, I really hope someone creates a stable co-op version
It's great to see a source mod garner so many players, congrats GE:S team!
I like the map, it's great to see an update!
Ooh baby, cannot wait!
Sweet Vid =3
Nobody is arguing that it isn't a good WW2 mod but his point is valid, multiplayer and singleplayer are two entirely different bests and comparing the two is like comparing an rpg to an fps and should be treated as such in the MOTY awards
Nightmare House 2 was one of my all time favorite HL2 mods, but the level of effort and quality, not to mention the sheer amount of content created is only rivaled by The Nameless Mod in my opinion
If it were up to me the creators of Amnesia (Frictional Games) would have definitely been on this list.
I really dig this shot
The freakishly long fingers frighten me
Amazing work! What kind of insane compile times do you have to contend with?
I love how 3 years later you're the only one to post again xD
good question though, moddb error perhaps?
You gotta tell me your secret Swedish meatball recipe one of these days
The environment is so great I feel like it's a shame it isn't being used in an a single player experience like Deus Ex, but I'm sure the gameplay will be awesome :D
Hey just wanted to say that from the perspective of someone who is going to play from day one that these progressive upgrades that never reset sounds great, but I think people are overlooking the way this may effect new players who join a couple months after release.
Once you start adding upgrades that increase damage output and decrease the damage received I think you will begin toeing a dangerous like where any new players could easily be turned off by the idea of having to dedicate X amount of hours to this mod just so they can keep up and play properly with everybody else.
Of course there are examples of amazing games that have managed to pull this off who prove my opinion wrong but I'm a huge advocate of balance and would hate to see a worst case scenario where a barrier is created between older players and newer players who just can't compete and can't be bothered to become a regular.
Excellent video guys :D
It looks just like the real training facility
If STALKER and Oblivion made whoopie, this would be the result