Full concept MODIFICATION of S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat that touches every game aspect including textures, sfx, music, weapons, A.I., items, weather, mutants, difficulty and much much more!

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Chernobyl Memorial Day
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Kома Apr 26 2015, 6:58am says:

R.I.P. All the Fallen.

Shame we can't go into Chernobyl without fear of radiation poisoning or getting fined by the governmental guards.
At least that's what we're having S.T.A.L.K.E.R. games for - experiencing its unique atmosphere without any fears like the ones listed above... (asides from dying in-game or getting spooked by mutants, that is)

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Jonex_
Jonex_ Apr 26 2015, 7:19am says:

I love the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. series, but the fact that it's based off of such a tragic event has always bothered me.

R.I.P.

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Rus[T]
Rus[T] 22hours 15mins ago replied:

Great setting, horrible event..

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GenezisO
GenezisO Apr 26 2015, 7:20am says:

They were a good stalkers, honor to them.

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kcs123
kcs123 Apr 26 2015, 7:49am says:

That is why S.T.A.L.K.E.R. is so awesome game. It have kept memory of Chernobyl tragic event fresh in peoples mind. Without constant reminder to that tragedy it will be easy forgoten and probably more easy it could happen again.

R.I.P. all fallen that helped cleaning radioactive mess after disaster.
Not only in Chernobyl, but also brave samurais in Fukushima too.

Great respect to all people that gave their lifes so we can still live in more-less cleaner enviroment, even that is not their fault at all for such tragedy.

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mp5lng
mp5lng 22hours 11mins ago says:

STALKER was made for a purpose, to remind us that people died helping each other, to remind us that we should fight side by side against all the odds, not each other.

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loner85
loner85 20hours 34mins ago says:

On this day we all should think of what would have happened without these heros.
RIP.

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eco1127
eco1127 18hours 11mins ago says:

May the maker watch over their souls.

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noodlezombie
noodlezombie 12hours 30mins ago says:

So, Fukushima wasteland game when?

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ShadowFear
ShadowFear 11hours 31mins ago says:

I remember reading the Shoc manual and there was a story about kids thinking the Americans were bombing the reactor. They couldn't sleep that night cause they were so excited to fight against them.

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Today we bow our heads in honor and memory of the fallen.

On April 26, 1986, reactor number four at the Chernobyl nuclear power facility in what is now Ukraine exploded. The largest civil nuclear disaster in history led to mass evacuations, and long-term health, agricultural, and economic distress. Chernobyl, Pripyat and Poliske has been abandoned, and a 19-mile radius "exclusion zone" established where radiation contamination makes continued habitation dangerous.

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