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Icon   Brumisator I'm 31with a big bushy moustache. I got carded atthe liquor store today...seriously?

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  1. Mod highlight - Half-Life 2: Update

    Posted 26 Mar 2015

    Need an excuse to replay the already venerable Half-Life 2? This mod is for you!

    Reworked lighting, particle effects, even commentary nodes by the modders! All this and more awaits you in the Half-Life 2 : Update mod! Even better: no extraneous Alyx boobies or blinding overbaked lighting unlike other more infamous HL2 overhauls.

    Releasing tomorrow march 27th.

    Full steam page text:


    About This Game
    2004's Half-Life 2 was a landmark for PC gaming and the First Person Shooter, setting the standard for immersion, animation, and physics-based play for years.
    Meticulously developed by Half-Life community member Filip Victor, Half-Life 2: Update offers both long-time fans and first time players the most visually advanced, stable, and fully-featured version of Half-Life 2 to date in one free mod download.

    • Complete lighting overhaul including enhanced lighting, more detailed world shadows, and full High Dynamic Range Lighting (HDR).
    • New particle effects and improved fog.
    • Countless bug fixes, correcting both visual and game-based issues.
    • An extensive Community Commentary Mode featuring the voices of well-known Youtubers, including Caddicarus, Brutalmoose, Ricepirate, Balrog the Master, ProJared, and Ross Scott from Freeman's Mind .
    • Retains the iconic Half-Life 2 visual style and gameplay.
    • All available in one free standalone download!
  2. Valve hardware news overload from GDC

    Posted 5 Mar 2015

    This year's GDC sure has been an active event for Valve, and now all the news have been condensed into one convenient page.
    Steam Controllers and boxes! Virtual reality! More!

    The Steam controller has been finalised and now sports a thumbstick in addition to the two trackpads.

    Steam machines are not dead, and are going to hit retail later this year, at prices between 500 and 5000 USD.

    If you don't feel you need a separate living room PC, check out the Steam Link, a simple little box for streaming content from your PC to your TV, and maybe plug in a bunch of controllers into.

    Finally the big ticket item, Valve has partnered with HTC for their VR project devkit, using lasers and photo sensors on the headset for positional tracking, and a unique controller design, separate from but inspired by the Steam controller.
  3. Best games of 2014

    Posted 7 Dec 2014

    I have a genius and completely original idea, but that has nothing to do with this thread.

    Another year gone, where does the time go? But At least we can renew the annual tradition of meaningless rankings! What were your top 5 games of 2014? Slap in your votes and I'll compile a list to crown the ultimate winner!

    My picks are:
    • Xenonauts - High level planetary strategy paired with in-depth combat tactics, better than I could ahve hoped for.
    • Wasteland 2 - Another fantastic example of what PC gaming would be like if the hardcore RPG hadn't died.
    • Dark souls II - Stab stab, crush crush, you have died. In hindsight not as good as DS1, but still great.
    • Shadow of Mordor - So waht if the combat is dumb? It's the ebst of ass cred and batman in one game. Stabby stabby!
    • Titanfall - Hey, dumb gaming isn't all bad. Sometimes you just want to shoot people, feel cool and not use teamwork

    Honourable Mentions: Arma 3 keeps getting updated, it's the one game I'd take with me on a deserted island. Wolfenstein new world order or something: yeah, it was good. (now release the hostages Guillermo!). South Park and the stick of truth: great fun for a one-time romp.

    My senile brain has a surprising amount of trouble even remembering what games came out this year...
  4. Steam Broadcasting beta

    Posted 2 Dec 2014

    Tired? Hungry? Lonely? I have a solution for you! Take a nap, grab a sandwich and sign up for Steam Broadcasting! If you and a friend sign up into the beta, you can watch each other play videogames all day long over the intertubes. How's that for a feature?

    Scared about privacy? Have no fear, you can choose who can view your stream, whether it be invite only, friends only, or the whole wide world.
  5. Happy birthday Half-Life 2!

    Posted 16 Nov 2014

    Can you fucking believe it's been 10 years since Half-Life 2 was released? The reason this website exists, sequel to the best FPS of all time [citation needed] :crowbar: :whack: :zombieattack REJOICE! PARTAY! Reflect on your wasted life on this website!

    How about we all remember what we we doing in our lives 10 years ago and tell stories around the camp fire?

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31 years old
March 26, 1984

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    25 Apr 2011 - 16:44
    I like how I haven't logged on for over a year and I see you are the new Admin. What happened to Mutley?
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    18 Oct 2010 - 13:35
    You're already dead.
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    02 Jul 2010 - 23:26
    I wuv you.
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    22 Feb 2010 - 09:27
    hey bro cool story
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    28 Jan 2010 - 10:59
    So Brum, when are you going to be getting round to getting your mother to suck me penis? We'll see who's impotent then :P
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