They really don't. They are actually good games from what I have been told.People don't understand how big is Farming Simulator as franchise
Personally I'd play the original Half-Life first and save Black Mesa for another playthrough later.
You can also smoothly continue right into Opposing Force & Blue Shift with the original.
If you haven’t played the original HL1, I would recommend playing it over Black Mesa. It has aged well and I still find it to be the superior experience. I haven’t played the Xen portion of BM yet, but I never found it problematic in the original as it is quite short.
Hmm, while most of you seem to prefer HL1 for the first playthrough, I think I'm still going to go with Black Mesa. As I said, I've played the first one a few times (never finished it past the part where the soldiers came rushing in), and with BM it's probably a fresher experience.In a way yes, you can play BM as a way to get the HL1 experience. The first 3/4 of the game, the part on earth, is mostly faithful to the original game but the Xen part is completely different, for the better.
Afair all of the setpieces and story beats of HL1 are in BM.
So far no issues for me. At least no major issues like that. I had 0 crashes but I did have some visual bugs like scoreboard not showing up properly when I hit Tab and things like that.my friends already uninstalled because random crashes in mid match(no option for reconnect) and at least 75% matches are in US Servers (We are in SouthAmerica)
tbh i own GPD Win3 and so far hasnt really been dissapointed in games i play on it But yeah some of the obvious ones like the UI and Info heavy titles will be quite the pain ... but the "screen resolution and screen size " being such big problem is imo quite overblownI'm just thinking that some of you are going to be disappointed by the reality of the usability on Steam Deck of some of the games you have in mind.
If I can't perfectly play "Typing of the Dead" using the onscreen keyboard on the Deck,I'm just thinking that some of you are going to be disappointed by the reality of the usability on Steam Deck of some of the games you have in mind. Things will get better and we'll see games with Steam Deck specific UI changes in order to make them more easily playable but not for a while. Especially for UI and Info heavy games like Strategy and 4x games. they'll need a fair bit of retooling i'd imagine.
Same for Tomb 2013 and Shadow of Tomb[23-11-2021] PC Patch Notes for patch Rise of the Tomb Raider, build 1.0. 1026.0 (Patch #16)
Fixes included in this patch
- Added support for the latest version of NVIDIA DLSS.
- Various stability fixes, especially when using DX12.
- Updates to multiplayer infrastructure to use Epic Online Services. Use of an Epic account is entirely optional.
"Hey Le Pertti, how's the cruising on the other day? I guess the ladies are not hot enough, because you still have time to send email!"I hope emails sent from the deck says "Sent from my deck"
Kinda hope Square can find the original pre-rendered backgrounds in higher resolution. Probably very unlikely, but that game looked pretty stunning at times and the music is just sublime, easily one of the best OST of all time.Soooooo...... I guess that the Nvidia leaks were real after all. People thought Chrono Cross remake was BS and well.....
Considering they lost FF8 I'm not holding my breath.Kinda hope Square can find the original pre-rendered backgrounds in higher resolution. Probably very unlikely, but that game looked pretty stunning at times and the music is just sublime, easily one of the best OST of all time.
you and ExistentialThought should be the brave warriors that try this out and see if a coward like me could get it haha
Chrono Cross remaster? What did I miss? I am huge fan of Chrono Trigger, but has never played Chrono Cross before