Missing Information aims to recreate Valve's original Half-Life 2 storyline found in Raising the Bar.
Great mod, watched it polished from rough hl2beta scetch maps to full-fledged maps ready to deploy. Love atmosphere of good old days... I think I was right about the Half-Life universe: mystery and reticence adds almost half of HL spirit. Something happened, and you see only result, digging for root on your own. Means, doing some RESEARCH. And it's good. VALVe removed much darkness and mystic from universe, and it cries to bring it back. MI is something worth to play.
PS. From someday on the bottom of my mind I thinking that HL is WEIRD game, and this makes it attractive. HL2 vanilla is much less weird, sad but true.
There are many reasons for why I gave this mod a 4. For one, although the story was intriguing, the name of the mod really describes what the mod is like. There is so much stuff missing, the game is completely bugged out, etc. etc. I'm pretty sure they just pulled all of this **** straight from a HL2 Beta leak.
The first level of the game makes since and is good.
But on terminal there's nowhere I can go.
Rooftop lacks polish.
e3 ship is the same as the first map only you don't get any suit and you start midway through the map with no weapons.
You can hit way to fast with the ice axe.
You can drive straight off the map in Depot.
There are BARLEY ANY HEALTH KITS IN THE FIRST LEVEL AT ALL.
Why do people like this mod so much?
Well, it is a great mod, there have really been some work in this, but there is also some big glitches that makes it... bad. The stalker-looking enemies is not well made, they doesn't look good, but a nice detail with the laser, but it damaging a little too much. And if you have passed a checkpoint/loading screen, you can't go back without it crashes (or at least it was what happened to me). Then your partner tries to walk down stairs, he just flyes around it, walking in walls and so on, undtil he reaches the ground again.
Anyways, it has a good voice acting and a good npc acting (when he doesn't go down stairs) and the mapping is great.