List games that have mods or addons that make them worth playing in Please list other games with awesome mods that I shouldn't miss out on. I don't think it will be free, but Black Mesa HL2 mod, complete remake of the original Half Life looks to be quite impressive. I've seen that Natural Selection 2 is coming down the pipeline as well. It doesn't really extend the main game much. I'd recommend Oblivion Lost over it; it's a considerable add-on to an already awesome game.
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Ajar wrote: In doing my part as a consumer to help change that, I apply my own personal cheesecake threshold when deciding what to buy or back on Kickstarter, and where it makes sense, I communicate my views to the developers. Speaking to this, did you sent the Kickstarter guy a note letting him know you were interested in backing his thing, but for the hyper-sexualized cheesecake he threw in as an extra-extra that only those who wanted it would get? EtherealGoddess wrote: chronomitch wrote: Do you think we will see better written characters and less or more equal objectification in indie games, as they seem to be less constrained by traditional profit and marketability concerns? Yes, and I think it's already the case. Katawa Shoujo is the only interactive work about sex and relationships Catherine looks like it has strong potential, but I never got around to buying it I've seen where I've felt that they weren't handled in a stupid or puerile fashion and I went in expecting to point and laugh at it since it was a 4-chan creation. I never played Katawa Shoujo, but I did play Catherine.
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To help take some of that sting off, a group of enterprising fans crafted Half-Life 2: Classic , a mod that essentially runs the game in its prequel's "Goldsrc" engine. It serves as "a way to see what Half-Life 2 could have looked like in the limits of Goldsrc, if Valve never developed the Source engine," the listing page says. As you might imagine, the game isn't pretty.
Ok so i just went onto the website and lookedu up the 10th version, and apparently you need 64 bit windows and 4gb of ram to run the "normal" hd edition. The cinematic mod seems to look like its had more of an overhaul texture and graphics wise, although i don't like the music or the character models in it, but I'm sure I could turn them off. Is that so? Last time I checked it pretty much re-did the whole game. And to the TC reason why you need massive amounts of RAM is because the textures have been resized to higher resolutions which is going to require more memory for the game to swap them in and out.