What a long wait.
Shame we have to wait for Xen even longer though...
EDIT: Site is down but there is an announcement on Steam.
TheEmrys wrote:I'd rather see an updated KOTOR
MadManOriginal wrote:My point was that Valve did release a graphically updated Half Life called Half Life: Source which also had physics updates.
I guess this is Half Life: Source v2 'now with some even better graphics' but still...meh, it's been sooo long.
JohnC wrote:Half-Life:Source looked almost as "bad" as the original one. I believe Vale didn't even bother with creating newer, higher-resolutions textures for it... The point of BMS was to implement better textures, better lighting and better models for everything, using more recent version of Source engine. They also did other things like new voice-overs and new soundtrack (which is not necessarily better, have to play the game to see if it is).
MadManOriginal wrote:Don't get me wrong, chances are I will play this, it just would have been a whole lot more awesome if it had come out like 5 years ago.
JohnC wrote:Half-Life:Source looked almost as "bad" as the original one. I believe Vale didn't even bother with creating newer, higher-resolutions textures for it...
I'd rather see an updated KOTOR, Betrayal at Krondor, King's Quest, or Space Quest. Shoot, I'd settle for a re-make of Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear.
jokinin wrote:Thanks for that link, I'm starting download now, and it will take quite a while. Any clue on when will this be on steam?
drfish wrote:Loving it so far - except for the motion-sickness... I don't understand why some games get me and others don't. I've never had trouble with Source a engine game before...