Alpha project is clearly one of the most impressive mods for Battlefield 2, providing far better graphics, a more realistic experience (bullets do more damage, no crosshair, etc...), challenging new maps, and, with version 0.2, an exclusive weapon customization system!
All these improvements makes the player feel like he/she's on a new video game!
Definitely a must for any battlefield 2 player!
This game proves that you don't need many frills as long as you have great gameplay. I can't even figure out why it is fun. It is repetitive, it looks very, very old school and the only challenge is platforming. Judging by those attributes I should hate this game and so should everyone else, but I don't and I don't think anyone else does either. Verdict: Just stick it in yo' Genesis!
How could one not give this labour of love a 10! Back in the day, I played Morrowind to death. Now I've sunk another 100+ hours into this much enhanced and carefully rebalanced Morrowind (further beautified with the aid of MGSO 3.0), which entirely retains all the quirky charm, depth and atmosphere of the original.
I think Trancemaster deserves huge kudos for the massive amount of landscape fixes alone. But let's not forget the expanded towns with extra buildings, loot, traders and NPCs, all the neat new creatures and enemies, and the innumerable tweaks and fixes to weapons, armors, potions, and other items.
It's a fantastic effort that breathes new life into one of my all-time favourite games. And, yes, I've played Oblivion and Skyrim to death as well - but Morrowind is just something else.
Hands down one of the greatest strategy games ever made and the game that introduced me to the genre. Not only a fun and immersing game but an innovative game. A hybrid of RTS (Real Time Strategy) and TBS (Turn Based Strategy) unlike most anything else on the market. While the original Shogun and Medieval were also great games in their own rights, Rome was when the game that took everything to the next level.
Taking alphafunding money and then changing completely the environment, style and scope of the game, disregarding completely what the backers invested in, and very likely leaving the alpha to rot, is simply bad business.
I guess it was bound to happen someday, but this just put me off of investing on nice looking projects from unknown teams from now on.
And people still wonder why only big names get enough money from kickstarter/indiegogo...