So i downloaded this mod and have purchased The Orange Box from Steam. So obviously it has HL2 Ep2. When I start a new game, the opening scene has these 'ERROR' signs glowing in all places and in the house. I would like to know if someone has experienced this as well or has a fix.
after buying this game i feel insulted. it is like GRAW2 with 2/3 of the content ripped out and replaced with (slightly) better graphics, bugs and conection issues.
the gunsmith is pretty good though, with loads of options and a firing range to test your new configurations out but i didnt buy GRFS to strip and assemble weapons
over all you should just save your money and get something worth playing
You'll seldom see such dedication in a mod. Lots of work went into this and it shows. I've played earlier versions of a different "Restored Content Mod" and it was very broken and unfun. I've played roughly 14 hours of the game with this mod and I haven't had any issues at all. All of the restored content is great to see all of these years after I first played The Sith Lords.
To be fairly honest, I stopped playing after a while - I have finished books or games I wasn't so fond of before, but when I notice I'm jumping every time the "and a few more hours passed" sign appears hoping that it's the last one, I suppose there's no point in going on.
I can see a good amount of effort put into this game, but the amount of polish doesn't alleviate the anatomical errors (particularly the way the hands are drawn in some poses) on one side or the story, which I personally didn't find interesting enough to finish the game.
I understand that the first part is probably supposed to be a bit cliché and not so compelling, but the second part didn't keep me there either, in the end.
It also felt a bit preachy at times, I can think of one bit where one of the characters is essentially told that trying to help his female co-worker is being rude and a chauvinist and making assumptions about her strength... while essentially making assumptions about the intentions behind such actions.
I did, however, appreciate the editing/testing work. I didn't find any glaring errors in the text or bugs disrupting almost play through. A good amount of effort seems to have been taken into keeping the graphic style consistent and customising the UI, and the music tracks are unobtrusive and well chosen for the setting.