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A new beta testing system for Half-Life mods has emerged, and whaddya know? Phillip Marlowe is behind it. Never saw that coming!
Back on June 27, Phillip Marlowe wrote an article thanking William McMahon for all his work on Podcast 17 and in the Half-Life community. He spoke of his dedication and love for the game and the people who play it , and it was an extremely thoughtful thing for Phillip to do.
Phillip runs his own website, PlanetPhillip, where he reviews mods and maps for the Half-Life and Portal games along with providing download mirrors and forums. He doesn’t plaster his sites with ads nor demand attention to himself, something that we here at Lambda Generation love to do.
According to a post on the official Black Mesa Half-Life 2 mod forums, lead developer ‘natedgreat3’ claims that despite the lack of updates, the much anticipated mod will be released before 2011. Black Mesa has been in development since 2004 in an attempt to re-create the original Half-Life using Half-Life 2’s Source Engine. For those looking forward to the mod, this is great news!
The HL2 mod “Visage” has just released its first teaser trailer and its official site. Set for release in Q4 2010, the mod looks great and we’re looking forward to seeing more of it. Check it out after the jump.
After years in the making, the Source remake of the popular Firearms mod is available. Members from the original team along with new blood have put years of work and a re-code into this release. Find out more after the jump.
Fistful of Frags’s new release has just gone out the gates. More of a fresh start, large parts of code have been replaced and numerous things have been improved. Full changelog is after the jump.