View Full Version : Half Life: Source question
12-12-04, 06:04 AM
I have seen mention on various forums that someone has converted either the blue shift hi-res pack or the playstation 2 super-res pack for half-life 1 into the source engine but i have been unable to find any links, so does anyone know if these conversions exist and if so where they are avaliable?
12-12-04, 07:28 AM
The original Half Life was redone with the Source engine, but it's only available with the Silver package or that huge box at your local Best Buy. I think you get Day of Defeat on Source as well. Of the screenshots I saw, it looked like the water was completely out of place, looked too good. It also looked like they didn't remodel anything, just higher rez textures.
12-12-04, 03:09 PM
...only thing that got revamped in HL source is the physics.
No character model upgrades, no new texture....except th ewater and steam/smoke...
physics play a tiny role in the game to begin with..
this game is just a gimmick.
Dont pay any money for it.
12-12-04, 03:21 PM
I wonder what good the physics would be in the original, there were really no movable objects. Has anyone played it?
12-12-04, 04:14 PM
my point excatly...just a gimmick
At first I thought it was gonna look liek CS: SOurce...but no.
what a let-down
12-12-04, 08:05 PM
I think what he was talking about is on the front page of www.hl2world.com
12-13-04, 05:40 AM
thanks Agent_Mull, I know all of the above as I have the silver package, what i was looking for is an unnoficial fan done hir-res conversion.
12-13-04, 06:13 AM
Actually that pack seems to be for the original hl, not the source engine but thanks anyway. Yeah, i have played it, you cant pick anything up, only the fluid/particle/lighting has been improved, but i have heard that someone has done an improved model pack for it based upon the hires or superres models from gearbox and that is what im looking for. There is also some guy called domino who intends to remake many of the sp maps.
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