Opposing Force Redux is a enhancement package for Opposing Force. It is designed to work with the new Steam Client provided by Valve. Opposing Force Redux enhances your Opposing Force installation beyond what was thought to be possible with the High Definition pack that shipped with Blue Shift.
Redux is a community project. It is non-profit and contains work from members of many communities. Such communities are Half Life Improvement Team, which provide invaluable support and a great source of custom Half Life content. However most of the work is done by our Team.
Redux is a complete visual and audio overhaul for Opposing Force. Containing new models, sounds, sprites and some map enhancements to immerse you into a new level of game play. Even the smallest of details have been reworked to give your now fancy ass gaming computer something to chew on. This is not a Source project/port.
Currently in development, we have replaced near over 550 sounds, and 50 models and showing progress towards more. Redux takes advantage of every feature in the Half Life engine. From transparencies, chrome effects and additive textures used in ways thought to be outdated. Along with crisp new sound effects, high quality models which polygon counts are hardly never below 1,000 keep the always proud Opposing Force looking its best.
We have officially given ourself a name after much debate, Napalm Editon. We are also updating the website with new images and hope to have a new batch of media on the way ASAP! Please see our website for more information and details. With the summer coming up, we hope to get more done and have more to show. If you are a mapper, you should really talk to us, we could use your help. I think ours is going bonkers and could use some assistance before he maps the entire game from scratch. Now that will make an impressive Resume.
Sorry for the lack of updates, but the release is on the horizon, or even before it. We have come close to tieing up enough loose ends for another release...
If you are a WON user and trying to use Opposing Force Redux, you may run into some sound problems. Redux uses 16 bit sounds for the most part and they...