New HL2-derived Mod

Discussion in 'Shooter Games: The Range' started by Fodder, Jul 29, 2005.

  1. Fodder

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    There has been a new HL2-derived Mod released. It has been stated that it will be the next thing for HL2, analogous to Red Orchestra etc., called Resistence and Liberation.

    Check it out from here:

    http://www.resistanceandliberation.com/about/
     
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    Sounds promising and the screens look fine, but isn't WWII getting a little over done these days? Hopefully they will have a very strong strategy like they plan to.
     
  3. Ned

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    I thought the same until I played the CoD2 demo :!:
     
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    it's a tedious name for a mod, well, for ANYTHING imo. and i agree that wwII has been done to death, time to move forward i think
     
  5. Triton6

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    COD2 demo was very impressive & this looks equally as ambitious, though it would be nice to see other shooters from different wars. I came across this HL2 mod a while back, but lost track of it. It's a modern combat mod that one of the co-founders of Red Orchestra is working on.

    http://www.insurgencymod.net/
     
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    Sounds interesting, I'll have to check it out this weekend. :wink:
     

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