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Transmissions - Element 120 is incredibly fun. You'll be jumping over buildings almost flawlessly mid-combat using a "modified" Gravity-Gun. Although it's rather short, (25-30 minutes on first playthrough) I can't help but admire the level design and overall atmosphere. I am easily interested and I am looking forward to more of this.
Hopeless Night is an action-fueled horror mod for Half-Life 2: Episode 2. It features zombies as well as a few noteworthy characters and especially puzzles.
Of course I'm not a fan of backtracking, however it pleases me to go back and explore certain areas that I have not previously visited. It has a tendency to be very quiet at first, and the cutscenes can become aggrivating, but the atmosphere all around remains the same -- eerie. Ultimately I have to recommend this game, and it is definitely worth my 35-40 minutes. Dim the lights, put on your headphones (assuming you have any) and let the show begin.
After playing Codename CURE a couple of months ago, I decided to go back and give it another run. Playing for the first time (with bots) was surprisingly fun. The purpose is simple; however getting to the end can be a difficult task.
I suggest you all give this a go. Clearly it deserves more servers to play on but despite this, you can tell it has a lot of potential, especially in the long run.
A lovely, symmetrical map for Mirror's Edge. Also includes several different soundtracks to add to the experience. Easily one of the best i've played.
Estranged is an action-horror mod for Half-Life 2. It has every main aspect of what is needed to make a horror game. It has great visuals, great soundtracks, all with the exception of voice acting. The gameplay is a solid run-and-gun shooter, though generally lacking. For instance, you can't 'switch' weapons and you will often stick to using certain weapons, such as SMGs, Sidearms (Colt 1911) and one type of melee weapon. It lacks in variety. However it does succeed in making maps look interesting and enjoyable. Who wants to ride a train and crash it into another train? I do!
Black Snow isn't one of your average horror games or mods. Not like FEAR, not like Silent Hill. It offers a different perspective from the eyes of a crewmember sent to repair a 'communications' disruption along with their team. In the not too distant future, you find yourself being hunted by a strange form of alien life, and seperated from your small crew. You are forced to find and gather supplies in order to continue pushing further. Your light is your only hope of survival. The cold isn't the only thing that can kill you. The soundtracks are quite well composed, the mapping is superior and the plot follows. I would have paid at least half-price if at all for this.
This mod is literally a thrilling ride from driving a vehicle to fighting off violent waves of enemy monsters. With the atmosphere and level design given, you might find yourself playing something similiar to Silent Hill.
What made the Dead Space series great in my opinion was the atmosphere and the sound, combined. The original Dead Space might have held more suspense altogether -- aside from the jumpscares and necromorphs -- but this game truly succeeded at it's core. It was more "fast-paced" than the original and you will also find the controls much improved; yet it still maintains that eerie sense.
The Intern's Story brings you a suspenseful and chilling experience, unlike any other. The atmosphere is easily the best part of the game - absolutely superb. I highly recommend this mod if it sounds like your cup of tea.
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