Half -Life: Brave Brain is a SP adventure create for Miro Sklenar in where are Thomas Redgrave
Every mod has its level design leave a flavor particular to its designers tastes. This one is alot like valve's Black Mesa, theres even 2 areas where you get to revisit.
The beginning was a little on the hard side as you had to deal with aliens with a axe. And it stays that way for a little while before you finally find a ammo room which makes alot of sense to me.
Most mods give you guns straight away with the crowbar and I've never thought that realistic, weapons and ammo should be in storage or on a dead guard. Thumbs up for that.
Most fights are a little to easy but Half-Life was like that mostly.
Most areas are all broadly lit I noticed and its a shame to see that lighting wasn't really used well.
Some unique scenes like a prototype vehicle and a falling elevator where nice, other people have had issues but not me, no glitches or bugs of any kind.
Some areas could have had more detail but its length is decent so I guess it would have required a fair bit of polishing. And I have to admit I cringed at gman talking in the end :D
I remember playing this mod sometime ago, perhaps in 2008.
It was an enjoyable play through and I recall several set-pieces that were very fun, such as jumping into the minigun death machine and mowing down hundreds of Grunts XD
The story is basic as well as the level design, but I liked the pacing and the levels were enjoyable. A good mod and a nice way to venture off to Black Mesa once more :>
well you use a lot of the stuff of half lfie but you manage to make a pretty good mod
i think that the axe could end with better textures but ALSO i must Say that i love to use that tiny axe in the game :D
the are some bug but stil can be played
also the intro was awesome!
and the pluzzles in this mod are pretty good some of they hard and others easy
Incredibly lame storyline, quirky and mostly awful mapping and gameplay tactics, and hilariously bad voice acting to boot. There is still some fun to be had here however, but with many of it's cons, it outweighs the pros. Avoid this one if you can.