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Need something to fill the void until Half-Life 3? Try Black Mesa!

Black Mesa is a scene for scene remake of the original Half-Life in the Source Engine. If that wasn't enough, the entire game was re-voice acted, re-modeled, and re-coded in order to provide the most up-to-date version of Half-Life possible.

You can see a whole bunch of screenshots over at the Source SDK community on Steam and you can download the mod for Source: here.

For a comparison of the two, check these out:
original source remake

According to the black mesa wiki, "This total conversion will not require Half-Life: Source to play - only a copy of any Source Engine game installed on Steam." The cheapest of these is 4.99 and can be purchased on Steam: here.

Reported by Nick LaLone



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