Half-Life: Dreamcast is a PC port of the unreleased Sega Dreamcast console version of Half-Life.
i always wondered what the dreamcast version of half life would look like
A couple of minor bugs jeopardized my gameplay, as I listed in the commentaries, such as the tram not moving in the intro when the rail connects or a scientist not getting properly pushed inside a vent when he is hanging there, but the sounds still play.
The "Dreamcast" port of Half-Life featured a lot of stuff (textures, graphics, etc.) not found on the other ports. And it was almost lost in obscurity if not for this port.
Though it might not be perfect, a few flaws here and there; nothing a few patches cannot solve. :-)
Very much appreciate you working on this one and I hope you continue to improve on it.
The Dreamcast port's okay. The Dreamcast to PC port is pretty good.
Half-Life was released on several platforms during it's life time:It was originally on the PC but later came to Mac and Playstation 2. Also there was an Dreamcast port underway with an early form of Blue shift known as Guard Duty and a "HD Pack"
Sadly, This was not to be and the port later saw interest after being leaked but this mod:Recreating the dreamcast port feels like the actual thing.
The Difference between Valve's hyped HD pack and the Dreamcast Pack was to a whim:Models looked much different then on pc and it also was the basis for the Playstation 2 HD pack.
Some of the maps and levels had been reworked to resemble what they looked like in the Dreamcast version (from either advertisements or screenshots)
a great port of half life from the dreamcast. great for any half life fan so you can compare the differences.
was pretty damn good, though!
Well the mode is well done. The ported models and maps were never to be seen. I like it. In some cases it feel even better than the default HL.
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