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Merciless Mod2 for Call of Duty2 - Ready for Download! Merciless COD2 is finally ready for download! It took a while to fix all the bugs, but now it runs quite stable! A few things did not make it in this first Merciless version, but we keep updating it until everything is in! Most features should be

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Merciless Mod2 for Call of Duty2 - Ready for Download!

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Merciless COD2 is finally ready for download! It took a while to fix all the bugs, but now it runs quite stable! A few things did not make it in this first Merciless version, but we keep updating it until everything is in! Most features should be known, so we don?t even List them now, just download Merciless COD2 and have fun killing each other!

Runnin' Merciless COD2 Server you can find here:
Game-monitor.com

***NOTE***
Merciless COD2 v1.00 runs stable in TDM ONLY! - More Gametypes Soon!

DOWNLOAD MERCILSS HERE! - MODDB Database Soon!
Mercilessmod.com

Cheers
Team Merciless

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Goldenbird
Goldenbird - - 86 comments

omg how discusting and moddb.com SHAME ON YOU...
WW2 was bad and brutal, but this picture are very discusting :sick:

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cheeseyballz
cheeseyballz - - 726 comments

It's a good mod that adds the realism. I think it's fine.

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D@rson07
D@rson07 - - 356 comments

That is so freaking sweet, I love this mod! you guys need to do something for cs source too, I love blood, makes it real, awesome work

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Termin-X-man
Termin-X-man - - 148 comments

Goldenbird, you can't even spell disgusting, so shut the hell up you stupid uneducated piece of worthless ****. You don't know anything about World War two or you could come up with better descriptive words than "bad and brutal".

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WraithsLotus
WraithsLotus - - 46 comments

well, i cant tell what the diff is, cuz there website doesnt explain what the mod is, so anyone care to explain what this mod is compared to CoD2?

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Fell
Fell - - 41 comments

...i think goldenbirds avatar is discusting ^^

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r4scal Author
r4scal - - 46 comments

Well Merciless is a mix of Fun and raw war brutality really, some may say this doesn?t fit...but it's kinda hard to explain...the gameplay is Fun, the Graphics and new animations are quite Brutal. it makes the *stock* Cod2 MP gameplay a hell of a lot more intense...On Battlefield there is more Chaos, more Mayhem, more ruthlessness....It's not intended to be a real realism Mod or something.. Well I guess you should just try it out and see if you like it. Here a few more Features:

- The Release Version will feature more then 100 Brand New Damage Skins
- 7 - 9 Damage Skins pro Model
- Firebombs now Explode now on Impact
- Damaged Based Bullet Holes by Mounted MGS and Mobile MGS
- New Burn Skins with smoldering after effects
- Dead Body Shooting for those who want to let it all out
- Blow up Dead Enemy Corpse with Grenades at your Leisure
- Blood Puke and Blood Spitting when Shot in the Upper Chest
- Modified Decap Shot with New Head Splatter Effects
- Powerful Artillery Attacks leaving nothing but Total disfigured Corpses
- And many other Features from Merciless UO

Check more Infos & Screenshots @ Moddb: Moddb.com
Cheers

Team Merciless

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Raider451
Raider451 - - 165 comments

That's not disgusting, it's just blood (which, from this view is just red water). I've seen worse in roadkill, like that turtle with the broken shell... there were maggots crawling all over in that thing.

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Raider451
Raider451 - - 165 comments

that was comment on goldenbird's post, I thought these comments were going bottom to top. Now that i read the most recent post other than mine, it does seem pretty gnarly.

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WraithsLotus
WraithsLotus - - 46 comments

Im installing CoD2 just for this

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makkE
makkE - - 46 comments

I said it once and I?ll say it again: No thanks. This is too brutal for me. I love gore, I love blood, I love splattery sounds, but this is too much. Sick.

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methy
methy - - 1,221 comments

makkE wrote:
I said it once and I?ll say it again: No thanks. This is too brutal for me. I love gore, I love blood, I love splattery sounds, but this is too much. Sick.

I agree. I do think it questionable that so many people prefer to see this gratitiuos violence, but I already knew that was the case. Either way, it's just a mod, so some will download it, some will not. I'm not going to.

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Fell
Fell - - 41 comments

It's world war II, the guys on the ground actually had to go through much worse then is dipicted in this, I mean you're all fine with shouting people when there's no blood or just some red splatter, but when it gets to much like reality you choke up. It's something that you should think about, that you're ok with simulated war, as long as you don't see the effects. Go watch some happy tree friends or something.

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Snarboo
Snarboo - - 214 comments

How many people could honestly handle real war? It takes a special person and training to handle human violence and conflict. Even then, it's hard for real soldiers not to choke up. Why then should we bring this home? Does a mod claiming more "authentic" experience make it clever or deep? No, I'd say it's purely for the shock value or to see people die in horrific ways.

I don't understand why people are acting like this is some form of social commentary. It's glorification of violence, pure and simple. I'm sure any soldier can tell you that. Why do you think the people who fought in WWII are so silent about it, or why there were so many soldiers from Vietnam who had deeply imbedded psychological issues? Because the reality of it is sometimes too much to bear or speak of.

If I was a cop or soldier, and I saw my son playing something like this, I would turn off the computer in an instant. Just because the reality of something may be gruesome doesn't mean we should bring it home to our families or put it in a game. Only a tactless individual would argue for that.


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rofl106
rofl106 - - 503 comments

I love happy tree friends!!! ok yah but i think that these graphics would go better in an actual mod, that would be sweet, not just a "blood n gore" pack.

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VV!ND.
VV!ND. - - 9 comments

"Should Computer Games Be Violent?" The debate is now on...

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ImpossiblePinwheel
ImpossiblePinwheel - - 357 comments

Snarboo - Agreed. The use of violence in games is a major issue, and in this case the level of violence is grotesque, added, by paraphrasing the modders, to make it more fun. That is just wrong. Violence, in any form of media, should be there only to support the narrative, to create an emotional response, or to show that war is not just jolly target practice. This does none of those things, it only serves to glorify violence and to trivialise pain and suffering. I am equally against the gratuitous use of violence in other games, such as Grand Theft Auto, but this takes gore to a much higher and more disturbing level.

As for posting this to the main page - does the site have a censorship rating? Does it ask you if you are over 15/18 etc.? No it doesn't, so if you (the modders and the authorisers) are going to place this sort of stuff on the main page then perhaps you need some sort of warning for the younger mod fans who come to the site.

Termin-X-man - The fact that your only argument against GoldenBird was based on his inability/laziness in spelling "disgusting" says more about your contempt for logical thought than it does about his point. Describing the Second World War as bad and brutal may not go far enough, but it is a fair assessment of that conflict, and of almost any conflict you could name.

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War_Bringer
War_Bringer - - 8 comments

I can find nothing wrong with the violence, after all, violence is a part of human nature. I am going to embrace this wonderful mod, like I embrace my own humanity.

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Sebbeman
Sebbeman - - 93 comments

Don't like it? Don't download it and most certainly don't bitch about it. It's as easy as that.

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tibz
tibz - - 130 comments

Isn't it good that makke has made the choice not to download the mod on his own? Isn't it good that he has some part of him that reacts in horror when thinking about this kind of thing? Wouln't most of the men who fought in ww2 not want us to go threw what happend to them? why come down on the guy for not likeing intence gore in his game?

Personaly I like gore in games, it adds depth. However I would never want to experience any of the things our digital avatars experience.

also happy tree friends is painfuly stupid :/

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Zarrowe
Zarrowe - - 13 comments

I am a little confused as to why someone would make such a mod. Is there a point trying to be expressed? My Grandfather was a veteran of WWII, and if he saw this, I don't know what he would do! I don?t mean to talk trash about the mod, I understand that much hard work and effort was put into it, but I don?t understand why they put it into.... well, this.

I am just stating my thoughts. I would be glad to hear anyone's opinion against this, but be mature about it. Don't curse me off and say stupid things because your only demoting yourself.

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Sebbeman
Sebbeman - - 93 comments

I do believe the point is to add more gore and blood to the game.

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Gryphon
Gryphon - - 9 comments

It was probably put on the front page because it was an exclusive release, I am pretty sure more people would notice it that way, or atleast interested people.

I personally have no care for this mod anyway.

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Gryphon
Gryphon - - 9 comments

Honestly, the mod was just being made to be an add-on with more gore and all, I am pretty sure there are many more disgusting and repulsive thing's out there. If you don't support the mod, don't say anything to it, if you do or would like to comment a positive remark, go for it. Pretty much as any passive person said, if you don't like it, don't look at it. Who cares if it remind's you of war, it's not going to jump at you and scar you for life as it is a game, maybe a simulation of war to you people, It's just a game..

:eyebrow:

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ImpossiblePinwheel
ImpossiblePinwheel - - 357 comments

Gryphon - Lack of support shouldn't necessarily be construed as neutrality. Just because people don't like the mod doesn't mean they shouldn't post about it, what would be the point of a comments system when only positive views were expressed?

It was probably put on the front page because it was an exclusive release


That sounds like precisely why the modders would want it on the front page, it is not, however, a justiification for the authoriser putting such material where it will be viewed by all comers to the site, including people who are too young to be exposed to it (based on censorship regulations in most countries).

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ImpossiblePinwheel
ImpossiblePinwheel - - 357 comments

Sebbeman - well spotted.

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Gryphon
Gryphon - - 9 comments

That sounds like precisely why the modders would want it on the front page, it is not, however, a justiification for the authoriser putting such material where it will be viewed by all comers to the site, including people who are too young to be exposed to it (based on censorship regulations in most countries).


I suppose that is all true, all I can say is moddb should probably work at a sensorship feature, or put it on content (picture's ect) that is deemed unfit to be viewed by the civic populace, while not ridiculously putting it on content that is not as repulsive as this Merciless mod, viewing content would probably be viewable by putting in your age via year, month, and day number. But for now, it's moddb's choice on what they want to do I guess.

When I mean negative comment's by people, I mean the one's like "shame on you moddb for putting it on the front page". We already discussed why it was put on the front page and possibly a right thing to do, but saying "shame on you moddb" because they were trying to help some mod, and people start to think they only put it up to make you queezy or gag. Yes it is disgusting and repulsive, but I think moddb's intentions were good to help, but yes, certain content should be putting in your age which requires you to be blah years old or whatever the site want's, negative comments I now guess are fine with me, but don't shame-lessly blame moddb for trying to help some mod.

And I agree with Sebbeman.

In the end, I guess you look at way's in a diffrent prospective. But I still don't have a care for this mod itself.

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RogerRamjet
RogerRamjet - - 1,564 comments

And people wonder why average citizens are up in arms about the games that kids play today?... This is a good reason to throw those arms up... yes war is like that, yes war is death, blood, gore and a certain level of hell on earth, but is there a real need to make it something that children who are not in those zones of conflict can experience in front of their computers? I wonder why we have drive bys, stabbings and children shooting other children in the pIaygrounds? I won't apologise and this is exactly the sort of thing that gives this industry a bad name and in this instance, it is deserved.

DOD's, Call of Duty 2 and other such games, I believe have taken it to the maximum tasteful (if it can be called that) level and not over the top approach to the quantity of blood and gore in a game. Ask yourself, would you want your child of 10 to be playing this sort of realism at their age? and don't tell me that is what censorship stickers are for, as they make no difference to so many parents these days.... sorry you had to show those pics on the front page ModDB, many kids frequent this site and that is just the sort of thing this world needs less of, blood thirsty, war loving children....

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Gryphon
Gryphon - - 9 comments

It comes down to parenting, my friend.

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Snarboo
Snarboo - - 214 comments

I don't condone censorship, which is surprising given my stance on the issue. Violence in games is only a factor in a wide variety of things children are exposed to, and pointing the finger solely at them or trying to keep them off the shelves is misguided. We have to excersize our right as concerned citizens, but not take it too far and tell people what they can or cannot do. Parenting goes a long way from exposing children to this type of material, and is probably the best way to handle the issue. They are our children, after all, and it's our duty to keep after them and our computers.

That being said, there comes a point where things are done merely for the shock factor or are simply tasteless. Soldier of Fortune 2 comes to mind. Although more serious about the issue than the original, which was more like a comic book and just as tasteless, SoF 2 took the gores levels to unnecessary extremes. If you wanted to, you could mutilate a body to the point that it was just a stumpless torso, exposed rib cage, organs and all. Viewing some of the videos on the Merciless Mod site lead me to the same conclusions about this.

It's obvious this wasn't done for the realism or as a political statement about how desensitized we are to war, it's just tastless. Exploding corpses, bits of brains, organs and blood after every wound, bodies bathed in blood splatter and bodies staying around longer to be mutilated? If that doesn't scream schlock, I don't know what does. It totally takes the reality and humanity of war and turns into a cartoon. If the mod was aiming for a Conker type style and full of wry satire and humor, I wouldn't find this so offensive. There are ways to handle the subject with grace and style, something totally missed here.

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