- Apr 14, 2003
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they would have given it more if HL2 it's self had Multiplayer enstead of shunting people to play CS: S and DOD: SEngar said:Can't put it back now, especially considering PC Zone (British Gaming Magazine) have already reviewed it.
97% if anyone is curious, and for PC Zone that's god-like.
It means the publishers have got the game all ready, set, packaged, ready to ship. It'll take a few days to get all the copies distributed to the stores worldwide, but after that, it's all ours. November's never looked brighter.and frankly i dont know wtf going gold means
When a game goes gold it means it is finished and ready to be put on cds and dvds to be shipped. There is no more work to be done on the game after it goes gold.Texas said:Well they have said this thing before (and frankly i dont know wtf going gold means)
Just give us the friggin game, gold or not.
You do know that HL2 is an FPS, not an RPG, right? -_-''Texas said:Well unless they have added expeirience points and skills in, i dont se the difference from others
Legal battle is delayed until after release so the release isn't delayedDragonDude said:Has anyone heard anything about the possible legal battle on Steam distribution ammount to anything that could delay a November release?
Welcome to every FPS.... Go play an RPG if that's what you want. If you're looking for exp and skill points, HL2 is not the right place.Texas said:Well unless they have added expeirience points and skills in, i dont se the difference from others, apart form the tremendously improved graphics and the all-time classic plot of "get to the final boss name (insertnamehere) killing hordes of (namehere) and (insertname) on (insertsomething) that came from (insertsomething) because you just feel in the mood of it(or because you have to releace the HL2 enginel lol) or whatever reason they think up.