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Fancy seeing you here..
This is where I learned about PVK 2 from. I've been here a while though. :)
Seeing that you've finished the PARANOIA mod I wonder if you could help me out as I've stuck at the end.
I've got to the lab part & killed all of the zombies, gone along to the end of the corridor, to the lift & pressed the button but it does not come.
I think this might be because I haven't killed that spider monster thingy yet, but I can't find it. although I can still here a lot of banging noises comming from the lower leve's, so I think he's down there somewhere, but I don't know where to go to set him free, or how to set him free.
Well posted. I like the way you think. Jaded? Sure, but absolutely right.
I don't mean to be a giant Valve fanboy, but, I don't think that Valve really stole from Prey, they apparently got their idea for portal from a game called Narbacular Drop(An environmental puzzle video game developed by Nuclear Monkey Software; It was the Senior game project of students attending DigiPen.) It works kind of the same way(Almost exactly the same way, if you ask me, although I've never played Narbacular Drop.
Most of the people who made Narbacular Drop were hired by Valve to help make portal(Or so I've heard.) So that's not really stealing their ideas, is it? If the creators still had a hand in making Portal.
And Team Fortress2 is a lot like the original(That I remember... It's been so long.) But polished to a mirror shine, the art style is fun, and unique, compared to most releases, lately, the gameplay is similar to the original Team Fortress, but still, very polished, and to me, it's just fun to play.
I do agree that the Fun-motion stuff is pretty cool, and I do think the gravity gun is a little over-used(I mean, I think it's cool and all, but I wouldn't mind having a a CHOICE between it and well... Another cool gun.)
Just like to say I agree with you to a certain extent about Half-Life 2. I mean, it's a great game, fun and has a great storyline (albiet with terrible characterisation), but I'm shocked about how worshiped VALVe are at the moment.
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