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Radi-8.com has released a version of Half-Life2 with HDR Bloom effect. Now featuring the bloom effect, much like you would see on World Of Warcraft. It makes the game look even that much better. This mini-mod requires a video card that can use Vertex & Pixel Shader 2.0. What is this? This mini-modification

Posted by BlueWolf72 on Feb 27th, 2005

Radi-8.com has released a version of Half-Life2 with HDR Bloom effect.

Now featuring the bloom effect, much like you would see on World Of Warcraft. It makes the game look even that much better. This mini-mod requires a video card that can use Vertex & Pixel Shader 2.0.

Grey wrote:What is this? This mini-modification of Half-life 2 allows you to play Half-Life 2 singleplayer with an HDR Bloom effect. Simply, it makes the game more pretty
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Dwarden
Dwarden Feb 27 2005, 2:12am says:

It's nice ... wish there is simple way how use it with css :)

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Docm30
Docm30 Feb 27 2005, 3:29am says:

Blast my 9200!!! Oh well atleast i can run HL2 on max...I dont like light bloom (Glow) anyways.

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AJ_Quick
AJ_Quick Feb 27 2005, 12:41pm says:

Tried it.

Games just arent MEANT to look that pretty.

Really, it's distracting i find and i feel like im Playing Deus Ex Invisible War (Terrible game)

so...unless you like a feminine feeling visual experience or have a lust for playing through the eyes of someone with watery eyes, i think you should stick with the vanilla.

my two cents.

Good work on the mod though.

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frosty-theaussie
frosty-theaussie Feb 27 2005, 4:31pm says:

Bloom is only effective if you're standing inside in the dark and looking outside at a sunny place. Otherwise its just too glowy.

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