Half-Life 2 Mod Black Mesa: Now with Orange Box graphics - new screenshots
Half-Life 1 (dt.) meets Half-Life 2: That's the mission of the modders behind Black Mesa. They want to copy the original game with the Orange Box Engine in order to give gamers a graphically up-to-date version of the action classic.
It has been quite for some time, but now it seems that the developers of Black Mesa are working on full throttle again. Their target is, to copy Half-Life 1 (dt.) with the Source Engine. Black Mesa is not intended to require a special Steam game, but to be compatible to any Source Engine game that the player owns.
They are especially proud on the new tools and technologies of the Orange Box. Particle effects, physics, Bump Maps with self shadows, dynamic shadows and a new feature called Procedural Terrain Displacement are mentioned.
PCGH shows some screenshots of the current version of Black Mesa. More screenshots can be found at the official Black Mesa website.What do you think about the graphics? And would you like to play Half-Life 1 (dt.) with the Orange Box graphics? Tell us in the comments.
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