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ogsWatcher 1.0.4b Available
Posted by Sebastian · 8yr 3wk ago · addons · 6 comments · 6431 reads
New updates for ogsWatcher have been released. What's ogsWatcher? It's a application to keep your servers running shall they mysteriously suffer from a crash, plus additional functionality can be found with this tool. In essence, if you're one of the many server admins out there running a windows based server, this could possibly make your life easier.. additional infomation contained below.
ogsWatcher is a free Windows service applicaiton which provides the means to declaratively configure multiple Source game instances (DOD:S, CSS, etc) and to automatically run those games servers as either background or foreground tasks.
Team Fortress 2 Trailer Now Available from Steam
Posted by satchmo · 8yr 1mo ago · gaming · 3 comments · 5802 reads
Holy Mother of God! I almost wet my panties out of excitement watching this trailer.
It reminds me of a Pixar movie, like "The Incredibles" or something. It's freaking amazing.
I gotta get me some of these, pronto! Valve, get your asses movin' and finish this game. I'll be the first one to buy it.
VALVe Portal Trailer
Posted by Prog · 8yr 1mo ago · steam updates · 5 comments · 6447 reads
VALVe has released a new preview for the game Portal. This game involves MUCHO strategy and will probably get on people nerves trying to beat the 1ST LEVEL!
Here is the trailor:
Team Fortress 2 Shipping with Episode Two
Posted by satchmo · 8yr 1mo ago · gaming · 4 comments · 4941 reads
Bellevue, WA, July 14, 2006 - Valve®, developer of the blockbuster series Half-Life® and Counter-StrikeTM, unveiled Team Fortress® 2 and Portal, two new games to be included in its next release, Half-Life® 2: Episode Two. In addition, the studio announced its plans to deliver these products, plus enhanced versions of Half-Life 2 and Episode One, in one tremendous package for the PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
"By evolving our development process to an episodic approach, we're able to reduce risk from things such as schedule and funding and invest more in new types of gameplay," said Gabe Newell, president and co-founder of Valve. "This allows us to produce innovative titles such as Portal and Team Fortress 2 and deliver them in a timely fashion to customers along with Episode Two."
continues » more on TF2 and Portal. . . (205 more words)
Episode Two advances the 16-million unit selling franchise, as Valve's trilogy of episodic single player releases continues the award-winning story of Half-Life 2. Armed with new weaponry and vehicles, Dr. Gordon Freeman must race through a countryside riddled with an increasingly fierce Combine threat.
Team Fortress 2, an all-new version of the title that spawned team based multiplayer action games, features the most advanced graphics of any Source-based game released to date. Players choose from a range of unique character classes such as medic, spy, sniper, or engineer and must work together to complete a variety of tactical objectives.
Portal is a new type of single player game that changes how players approach, manipulate, and surmise the possibilities in a given environment in a manner similar to how the Gravity Gun changed our approach to how an object may be leveraged in any given situation.
Team Fortress 2 and Portal will be included with all retail and Steam versions of Episode Two for the PC. In addition, these products plus Half-Life 2 and Episode One will be available in one tremendous offering for the PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. New videos from Episode Two, Portal, and Team Fortress 2 will be released next week.
Counter-Strike Planet Gets New Makeover
Posted by satchmo · 8yr 1mo ago · site updates · 8 comments · 6561 reads
Thanks to the hardwork of our beloved leader, CStrike Planet gets a face-lift, and a much welcomed one.
Check out the section for the latest forum postings and news comments. The mapping tutorials can get you on your way to become the next mapping idol.
Half-Life 2: Episode One Made Easy
Posted by satchmo · 8yr 1mo ago · half-life: 2 · 3 comments · 6321 reads
Updates to Half-Life 2: Episode One have been released. The updates will be applied automatically when your Steam client is restarted. Based on the statistics gathered from people playing through Episode One, we're making a small balance change to the elevator battle before you head back up to City 17. The specific changes are as follows:
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