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Only then does Dr. Freeman speak in return, for his voice is the mark of death. Those who defy respect can only pray for a swift and honorable death.
Interview: What Happened To Black Mesa: Source? Part 1
Check back tomorrow for part two, wherein we discuss how far along Black Mesa is now and when – admittedly on relative terms – we might finally get to play it.
From that interview
As suspected, they bit of more than they could chew, but at least they're not planning on abandoning the project. I hope they can achieve the quality they're aiming for. And soon too. The longer you wait the higher that quality bar gets.
Interview has 404'd?
This showed up on my iGoogle RSS reader, but they seem to have deleted the tweet.
Didn't they mention the new website would herald a swarm of new media?
Watch the date suggested in tomorrow's article come and go and come and go again the next year.
The way Carlos speaks in the interview makes it seem like the game will be coming any day now. I'm not going to get my hopes up any more than they have been the past three years, but I wouldn't be surprised (based on the way he chooses to use past tense instead of present tense when discussing the development) if the game comes out this summer, or even this month.
For now, however, I'm going to go back to forgetting about it and occasionally checking back in this thread for news updates.
A demo? :O
Could have been a demo they showed to RPS. They have done that before with gaming magazines.
A Source engine demo, i.e. "record demoname" in the console, aka an in-game recording of the playthrough and then played back later with Source Recorder tools to free fly the camera around where the player is not, hence the "Gordon is in the red hut" thing.
Also, those grunts are obviously still using Combine soldier animations.
Looks like something from Dead Space.