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The Forsaken HL2 Mod Team are pleased to announce a new content update to our site. We've added the fully skinned Remington 870 pump-action shotgun, and a M84 Stun grenade. We have also updated all of the map shots for Orange Park ( 5 in total ) and have released 1 new Purity shot and 1 new Grime

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The Forsaken HL2 Mod Team are pleased to announce a new content update to our site.

We've added the fully skinned Remington 870 pump-action shotgun, and a M84 Stun grenade. We have also updated all of the map shots for Orange Park ( 5 in total ) and have released 1 new Purity shot and 1 new Grime shot. Stay tuned cause we've got plenty more updates on the way over the coming weeks including in-game action and HUD shots.

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>>> Forsaken website: www.forsaken-game.com

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Alone_In_The_Dark
Alone_In_The_Dark - - 791 comments

Nice to see that one of the 1st mods is still at it.

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D@rson07
D@rson07 - - 356 comments

never seen this mod before, looks amazing! keep it up

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Snarboo
Snarboo - - 214 comments

This is looking VERY good. Sadly, I don't own Half-Life 2, so it might be a long time before I get to play this.

The quality level of the content depicted here and in mods like this made me think of something. It's unrelated, but seeing as how the quality required to make a "professional" mod and its content is increasing to levels near those required to actually make a game, I wonder if mod developement teams will eventually just code their own engine or license a cheap one rather than mod on an existing one? Atleast that way, they could potentially make money from their hobby. This isn't far from what has been happening with mods lately, although most are picked up by publishers to turn into a commercial games. (eg CS, RO)

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Jambozal
Jambozal - - 337 comments

There are alot of problems that come with money, eg who gets it, how much does everyone get etc. Sure, if you make the mod on your own, why not - but I've not heard of a one man team getting picked up before. Modding as a labour of love makes things so much simpler, with the added bonus that it's a big plus on your portfolio if you wanted to go into games development.

Money + mods = problems. It's a simple formula but it usually rings true

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Shrill Author
Shrill - - 9 comments

Thanks for the kind words guys... glad you liked the update, don't worry plenty more on the way.

Sonic_Valley; We do have a few forum exclusives that you have to sign up for (only 2 I believe actually, a sneak peak and access to our main theme music), everything else can be accessed on our site. Check out our media page for A LOT of media freely available for all to see :)

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