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 Gameguru Mania News - Oct,31 2002 -  
Natural Selection (Half-Life) Released - mod&map
(hx) 04:53 PM EST - Oct,31 2002 - Post a comment / read (1)
The long awaited Half-Life multiplayer team-based mod - Natural Selection has been released. This mod mixes FPS action and real-time strategy, and you play as either marines or aliens.Natural Selection clocks 90MB and is available for download from the official web site (along with separate Windows and Linux dedicated servers). Here is a bit about this mod:
This is the heart and soul of Natural Selection. The game is a real-time strategy game (RTS), with a first-person front end. What this means is, there is a resource economy, on both sides. A team's resources dictate whether a player can respawn after death, what weapons a team can buy, what upgrades can be researched, what lifeform an alien can morph into, and more. The marines can have one player on the team that can use the command station. This command station allows the player to view the world from a top-down perspective, just like an RTS. He can research technologies, buy weapons for teammates, resupply ammo, etc. He can also select "units" (which are all real live players) and give them orders. For instance, he can lasso select two players and right-click on a balcony in a nearby room. The commander and both players hear a "move to waypoint" order, then the players on the ground see their new waypoint. If they move to that area, the waypoint disappears and the order is completed. In this way, the commander can deploy forces, equip players and even micromanage battles to get an advantage. He can also decide how important individual battles are, and choose to spend as many (or as little) points depending how important he perceives the encounter to be. Seeing all your "little people" and having a responsibility for them is a wonderful feeling. The commander mode could bring both casual and competitive teamplay to the next level.
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NOTHINGposted - Nov, 02 2002 - 04:36
Holy crapola.....still spewing out mods for the HL engine.

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