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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Headshot174 Mar 23 2013, 4:25am says:

Oh my Fu_ck God.

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Stoudemire15 Mar 23 2013, 5:39am says:

Much better then the old one during MOTY Update. Just Atmosphere, like in the real life in the Industrial Underground. Where Barrel Container carried one to another, Giant Rotating Biological Contaminated, Stasis Container holding the experiment of the Alien and Crashing Cement of the Conveyor Belt. That is what make the Black Mesa, a Greatest and a Memories Place for the Incident that will change the fate of the entire Story-Line and foreshadowing the Alien Dominion come in and takeover. Anyway, Just keep it up cause one day, you maybe hired as a texture, Level Designer and Modeler for the company. Despite all the **** happened in your front of your eyes surrounding try to get rid those S.O.B. that ruling your life.


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afterwars Mar 24 2013, 2:44pm replied:

Oh Stoudemire, you so random! <3

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CuervoSp Mar 23 2013, 5:50am says:

This is just awesome, I love all the details in the mapping, models and atmosphere.

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I.M.Meen Mar 24 2013, 10:07am says:

I expected this place to be wrecked since opposing force takes place a day after the resonance cascade

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afterwars Mar 24 2013, 2:42pm replied:

Sector E is a significant distance away from Sector C, so the damage is less noticeable.

Also, if you have played the original "We are pulling out" chapter, you'll remember that a certain corridor is destroyed in the original. This is the same here.

The station is well built, with a strong ceiling structure and wall infrastructure; so in reality it wouldn't collapse very easily at all.

Thanks for the feedback!

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I.M.Meen Apr 1 2013, 7:33am says:

still looks odd that theres no signs of an aftermath from the losing battle against the aliens

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afterwars Apr 2 2013, 4:28pm replied:

That's cause it is the same image as you commented on before.

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Lt_Voss Jun 18 2014, 7:39am says:

What I love especially about mods like these that update the maps is that the modders really do work to make the environment look lived-in. Like, people actually work here, people actually spend their lives here, they live here. Where original maps can be very bare-bones, you rock stars on the mod team flesh out the maps so they look practical, efficient, and well-used.

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staffssuckshit Jan 6 2015, 7:45am says:

Oh god this is nice

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Level design screenshots released during the Greenlight campaign!

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