for Half-Life

1st January 1998

Basic Details
  • Title: Revamp
  • File Name: hl1-sp-revamp.7z
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  • Size : 217Kb
  • Author: Legion
  • Date Released: 29 January 1999
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  1. Mel
    Think Twice

    The only thing I can remember about this game is that it was short without much content.

  2. Think Twice

    Very short map with textures from id Software’s classic FPS game “Doom 2”.
    It even feels like playing the oldie Doom right from the start!
    There are some surprising scripts with tough challenges, that also reminds of the classic FPS gameplay.
    A few weapons and some enemy types here and there coming along in a corridors-only map with no special surprise in architecture or witty layouts.
    At last you fall down into what looks a pool, if you missed the “elevator” like I did, and the game crashes, saying: “couldn’t load map revamp2”. That’s the end. The author wrote it will continue there if he’s making a sequel, now I wonder if there ever was one (?)
    A story and puzzles are missing totally, it’s only straight forward combat, but nice balancing.
    Fun while it lasted but somehow no special atmosphere like in the old Doom games.
    It doesn’t matter whether or not you know the Doom series though.

    Play only if you like some sort of Doom nostalgia.

    Playtime: 5-10 minutes

  3. Ten Four Reviews

    Though Legion has produced many maps for Doom, this is first one for Half-life. He obviously missed the “good old days”, however, as he’s [illegally] included some Doom textures to work with. Of the batch of maps reviewed today, this is probably the most promising with some excellent design and scripting.

    There’s a nice use of contrast as the level begins in a very gloomy setting, progressing to brightly lit areas at the end. While it’s a very short map, it is an excellent showcase for Legion’s talents.

    Continue reading the review on Ten Four…

    This review is republished here by permission and was originally published Thursday, 18th February, 1999 by Morgan.

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