World War 3 (Mission 3)

for Half-Life

1st January 1998

Basic Details
  • Title: World War 3 (Mission 3)
  • File Name: hl1-sp-world-war-3-mission-3.7z
  • Original File Name: ww3m3.zip
  • Size : 4.73Mb
  • Author: Unknown
  • Date Released: 01 January 1998
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5 Comments

  1. I would recommand to make a unique thread taking the full ww3 mission all together.

  2. kadel

    what ist this?
    and
    who is the download link?

    (hehe I am german
    i can not english)

  3. what ist this?
    and
    who is the download link?

    (hehe I am german
    i can not english)

    This is a single player Half-Life map.

    The link is on the right of Download

  4. Think Twice

    Talking about rough start, I died there so many times…

    Decent new weapon models, I think those were ok.

    But that mapping. Was just so strange. “Press this and that button and this and that happens”. Plus without any real story, I wasnt enjoying my time there. Im not saying that I was boring or anything, it just didnt work at all.

    Author is Evan3k, who ever that is anyways, lol!

  5. Ten Four Reviews

    Evan3k’s previous two World War 3 missions (reviewed by Unquenque) were, in short, paragons of amateur mapping with boring gameplay and uninspired architecture. Mission 3, however, is a marked improvement in nearly every way. It still has plenty of room for improvement, but what’s here may actually, finally be worth playing.

    One of the worst flaws in both previous missions was unnecessarily-difficult combat. That, however, is largely gone. A few fights still will test extreme tactic, but overall, combat is a lot fairer with more supply of weapons/ammo and better grunt placement. Still a gruntfest, but at least the design is improved for better enjoyment. One set-piece in particular is fiendishly hard – a series of sandy crests that lead to a tower armed with a rocket launcher, but at the same time can be undeniably fun.

    Continue reading the review on Ten Four…

    Notes
    This review is republished here by permission and was originally published Thursday, 29th November, 2001 by Calyst.

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