2011 release renamed to: G STRING BETA. The Dec. 19 2011 release is now referred to as a beta release- read the mod's "news" to see why. Download the beta in the mod's "downloads" section.

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GhostEdge Dec 2 2014 says:

There is no God in a world like that.

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kalidrone Dec 3 2014 replied:

Indeed... >:D

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JoshZemlinsky Dec 2 2014 says:

This looks amazing so far. I am already looking forward to it's release (as i have been for a while)
Hopefully it will be as enjoyable as V1 was :)


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Orange_Tomato Dec 2 2014 says:

Looks amazing so far, the work put into post processing and graphics in general really shows.

One thing that put me off a bit is the weapon recoil though, escpecially with the shotgun, which feels really powerful but has almost 0 recoil. You should increase that since Myo is no weapons expert, right?

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crimson86knight Dec 2 2014 replied:

I agree with this. I like when weapons have recoil because it makes it feel more powerful and realistic.

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HEVcrab Dec 10 2014 replied:

Absence of recoil is the only rough edge I've seen in this showcase of the great work of art you're developing, Eyaura. :)
BTW, are you going to limit the number/weight of weapons carried?

HL2 feature of picking up things in a non-contact telekinetic way no more looks unnatural thanks to how you got your hand at it, story-wise and animation-wise.

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Argoon Dec 2 2014 says:

Nice i'm really not a fan of the post processing effects that make your vision narrower but is nice to know you can disable them all, about the rest is just fantastic i like the world you are producing there.

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=Dre@meR- Dec 2 2014 says:

So far - you nailed it.
Few studios can achieve this kind of atmosphere and they need a big budget to do it.
Waiting for the final product.

I still think you need to sell it...

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Rakym Dec 2 2014 says:

The atmosphere is impressive. Not on Greenlight yet?

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flippedoutkyrii Dec 2 2014 says:

I have to admit, I was very turned off by the first release for multiple reasons.

However, this is shaping up to be quite impressive. I've seen entire teams on greenlight roll out dog turds that look like it was cobbled together over the course of 2 hours by an inexperienced 12 year old, and yet, this is a one woman show and it rivals some AAA games I've seen.

Keep up the splendid, albeit depressing work. :D

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Malastrome15 Dec 2 2014 says:

And still waiting patiently for this masterpiece! Just please keep the random upbeat music when the cops arrive. I loved it everytime it happened. :D Keep up the amazing work!

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drskillz11 Dec 2 2014 says:

Looks amazing :) I'm glad to see you're making progress, regardless of the pace. As a one person team, I'd say this has already been a pretty substantial achievement.

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Lex4art Dec 2 2014 says:

Make a 1$ price and sell it on Steam - if one million ppl by it you will have 0.6M$ dollars :))

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RobosergTV Dec 3 2014 says:

nice, cant wait

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AngryAmerican Dec 3 2014 says:

It is understandable that you cannot guarantee the mod's release this year, but it would still be nice to release a version that allows us to test it and help check for any problems. In the long run it could prove very useful.

Other than that this looks impressive compared to the first version. This is the best example of your work that i've seen. The concept, the gameplay, the atmosphere, the layout. Fantastic.

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Theevina Dec 4 2014 says:

Judging by the first version I played, along with these videos, this mod comes closer to being true horror than any horror game I've played.

This world is merciless, depressing, and disgusting. The creator ignores every taboo known to mankind to make sure the player becomes immersed in it and stays immersed for a long time.

After playing it I want to cling to my mediocre life now with its little problems and be more grateful that we haven't degraded to that level (yet).

Few other mods or games could come close to holding this much emotional power.

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red-bear Dec 5 2014 says:

Nice to see your mod alive and kicking. New video made my everlasting hunger for cyberpunk even more stronger. I love this mod. I loved the first release, and v2 is going to be the game of the century for me.
Keep it up. Please.

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MottyZ Dec 5 2014 says:

That's a great progress. Good to see that G-String is evolved.

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RedSlug Dec 5 2014 says:

Love it, the attention to details is amazing and the whole game has such an overwhelming, oppressive atmosphere!

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Taquito Dec 5 2014 says:

The high artistic elements are there. It feels like half dream half nightmare. Hope it keeps this balance.

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The.Mr.Zip Dec 6 2014 says:

Amaizing!!! But what is that option for? Is it for changing the visual effect?

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Guest Dec 7 2014 says:

The universe is amazing, it's like something that decays but resilient enough not to die.

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Vote for us if you want, maybe we can make the top 100 again, a little inspiration to keep going.

Sadly the mod will not come out this year. In this video I tried not to reveal too much- just enough to hopefully show you that development is going full swing.

I will try not to cut any content that I think is worthy of release but surely I will have to condense things and deliver as much punch as possible in as few maps as possible. I am trying to make bigger maps than in V1 so maybe I won't need so many of them to tell the story.

Thanks to a few super talented people, without whom I would have given up a while ago, G String V2 is alive and well. Sadly, as far as mapping goes, I am still alone and as most of you know mapping takes time.

If you have any input, suggestions they are welcome; also if you want to do some voice work, even if just an announcement or a random NPC one-liner drop me a line here or email me.


Thank you for your patience.

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