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FMPONE last won the day on November 13 2018

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    Shawn Snelling
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    Level Designer

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  1. FMPONE

    Resident Evil 2 Remake

    I’m really really dying to play this. Should be able to dedicate time to it in March. Can’t come soon enough...
  2. FMPONE

    2018: Mapcore's Year in Review

    Really solid work from the community last year with a better year-end article as well. Nice.
  3. FMPONE

    Black Mesa Source

    Sounds great, it might be really fun to make a mod for Black Mesa then hook it up to Steam like that.
  4. FMPONE

    Black Mesa Source

    More of a technical question, I suppose. If the BMS team would be supportive of Total Conversion type mods that use the Black Mesa tech to package a new experience, that would be ideal IMO. I guess my question was more geared to how you can release a mod of Black Mesa (as long as you have purchased the game and have it installed on Steam). Would be nice if there was a way to create a Steam page for the mod, I've seen a bunch of HL1 and 2 mods doing that. Like this: https://store.steampowered.com/about/communitymods/ https://store.steampowered.com/app/587650/HalfLife_2_DownFall/
  5. FMPONE

    Us (Jordan Peele)

    That was definitely not the best trailer I’ve ever seen. I’ve always felt that it would be very difficult to follow up a directorial debut as good as Get Out. There was a lot of pressure on Jordan Peele to follow the movie up immediately, right away, perhaps before he even had a good idea ready to go... Thankfully Jordan Peele seems like a student of film so I’m sure he’s approaching this in a smart way. The plot just seems a bit stupid. Hoping for the best here!!
  6. FMPONE

    de_celtic

    Wow! Awesome that you made the original and now you’re working on this all these years later
  7. FMPONE

    Black Mesa Source

    Looks awesome! I asked on Twitter and didn’t get a response, but what about mods for Black Mesa? Your tech is really exciting, it would be fun to do a map pack. What do you think?
  8. FMPONE

    [Wingman] Turnpike

    I'm a really big fan of your work. What I like is your consistency and the way you wrap a theme together in a nice bow for people. Can't wait to run around this one in-game. It would be nice if Valve packaged this and some of the other cool Wingman maps we've seen lately.
  9. FMPONE

    Shadow of props propper is bad

    If you want more precise lighting on models you need to cut the long cylinders along their length with multiple edge loops. This is why it’s a better idea to use a 3D editor than propper. If you really want to use propper, trying to do stacks of cylinders instead of one long tall cylinder, and separate modes instead of one big model. It might not work well, I dunno. Worth a try.
  10. FMPONE

    Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

    It took me a minute to figure out what you’re saying but I actually really like this idea in theory. You get a minute to plan your tactics but the negative aspects of RNG that I find really tedious are dealt with (not being able to plan anything). Even if you only get one minute to plan your attack, that’s at least skill based compared to being dropped totally blind. I also really like that the map would still have a ton of variety like it does now, if everything was static you would lose that variety over time. Your idea is far superior to mine in that respect. Currently, everything is totally random, which means you get a nice sense of looting/discovery from time to time, so maybe not everything needs to be shown before you spawn. So, a really good suggestion IMO. HOWEVER... there is a reason we have the version we have now. I’m guessing that if they ever showed players any kind of weaponry on the map, all the players would drop there, creating a really bad approximation of competitive CS. So, probably after testing they realized it had to be fully RNG in order to be fair, and fun. But if we know anything about fully RNG, it’s that this is the opposite of competitive. So even though I had a lot of fun brainstorming competitive Danger Zone on Twitter, I actually think this will remain a casual game mode into the future. My guess is that the devs are fine with that, because classic CS is competitive enough, and it doesn’t need a rival mode, and a good casual mode is something CS has needed for a long time. Part of me still wants to see it played competitively though... As for mapping for the game mode, don’t currently know if it’s possible. It would be cool though
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    Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

    Even if numbers dwindled quickly they have a bunch of content ready to go, we’ve already heard of a map enclave and I think survival island. They’ll be good for 2019 I’m sure I agree the mode needs some tweaks and suggested on twitter making a non-random loot map for a try at a competitive version. But tbh the fact that they’ve been developing all of this content (a ton of work) and the fact that it resulted in a nice player gain, you can rest assured they’ll keep improving it.
  12. FMPONE

    CS:GO - Bug: All ambient_generics have stopped working!

    This is cool and unexpected on top of the other cool and unexpected good stuff lately.
  13. Expected. Next step will be Valve being bought out by Microsoft sometime in the next 3-5 years.
  14. Not sure some of those Valve releases really count as notable first party releases (Alien Swarm [im a big valve fan and I never heard of it until years after the fact]/The Lab [15 minute game]). But anyway my point is Nintendo’s commitment to first-party stuff has actually earned them a lot of criticism from the games press over the years. People felt like they weren’t being open enough to more mature releases, or just non-first party exclusives such as what Sony or Microsoft do by pursuing big partnerships with someone like Hideo Kojima or Bungie, etc. Despite the criticism it seems to have served them very well however, through the good times and the bad, they’ve weathered every storm (GameCube, Wii U), only to bounce back stronger. I think it’s because people know their next console will feature a blockbuster set of Mario/Zelda/Pokémon games and that ultimately it will be worth the purchase. Even Sony or Microsoft has struggled to create stuff people care about so reliably and dependably. Steam has Dota 2/CS/TF2, but it’s a very thin first party list compared to the console scene and especially compared to Nintendo’s first party offerings, which are always timely and almost always critically acclaimed. So yes, I love Valve games, they have the quality IP, but the lessons from Nintendo should extend beyond just hardware innovation. It’s also about how Nintendo makes the most of their IP by thrilling their player base and fans combining innovative hardware with new installments of their biggest franchises every time. You just don’t see Nintendo letting their biggest franchises sleep for 10 years at a time.
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