Operation: Black Mesa is a total Source remake of Half Life: Opposing Force. Using the Source engine, the developers plan to recreate the Black Mesa research Facility as it was seen by Corporal Adrian Shephard of the H.E.C.U. Half-life: Opposing Force is still an amazing game, although it's not nearly as amazing as it was when it was released.

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April Media Release
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dafatcat
dafatcat

A little bit too gritty and scratched up for my taste, but well done nonetheless.

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NuBiTo
NuBiTo

well its gonna exploded anyways lol. So i suppose maintenance isn't a priority?

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Guided_Meditation
Guided_Meditation

It is, they are highly explosive devices, if you don't keep them up to date they could become a menace.

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Evil-Police
Evil-Police

Then again, they are in a combat situation where getting scratched is a perfectly reasonable thing to happen. But maybe not quite so scratched.

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Yronno
Yronno

What are those darker parts on the front supposed to be? They look pointy :X

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DarkPivot
DarkPivot

They make them look dangerous! Well, they do explode...

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Phenixtri
Phenixtri

Those are shrapnel bits just like on some old WW2 fragmentation hand grenades like the US Mark 2 Pineapple & some versions of the German stick grenade.

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Guest
Guest

Although in reality, those grids had no effect on fragmentation. The real reason they were there was to make it easy to grip. Looking dangerous was a side-effect.

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freredarme
freredarme

Nice model !

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KarimIO
KarimIO

I don't think it should be so scratched. It's an explosive. No one would let it get damaged. Other than that, very cool. Will the shrapnel actually come off (something I'm planning for my own mod - I suggest you take it, too.

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Urby
Urby

I agree that this looks too scratched up. It looks like a couple of grunts have been kicking it around for ***** and giggles.

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Boogiepingas
Boogiepingas

It's a new sport - everybody kicks the tripmines, whoever makes one explode has their gibs laughed at. That's why they're scratched.

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CmdrPenguin
CmdrPenguin

I like the gritty look of the mines, they look like they've been in one of Black Mesa's warehouses for an extended period of time.

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Ratboy601
Ratboy601

why would they be in Black Mesa's warehouse? They're HECU supplies...

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SpeedyClaude
SpeedyClaude

(buried)

HECU bough them in Black Mesa.
HECU was in Mesa even before the incident.
But during the incident, they have deployed more troops....

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BlueShit199
BlueShit199

no?

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