20th Century Fox’s legal team thought they’d killed off Alien Quake in 1997, but here it is, alive and well on Russian-resident Dreamcasts. Although “living” is subjective - Ripley’s certainly seen better days.
Don’t pretend you’re not interested - that gun has three handles.
If you’re going to disrespect everyone in a conversation enough to post a reaction gif, you should at least make it yourself.
The first five official content packs. Hopefully not the last.
I did a little bit of entity-hacking to stop the Alien Swarm maps from crashing SFM and to add a TF2 playerstart to each map, so they’ll play nicely now. You’ll still need to improvise up a ceiling and deal with nodrawed surfaces, though - I didn’t decompile/recompile anything this time around, it’s all the original BSP data. I used JimboMcB’s texture panels in that poster.
The Panther DC. The Mad Catz way of playing first person shooters on your Dreamcast.
ahahahaha, the fuck
The Dreamcast’s controller is about as suited to playing FPS games as my ass is suited to being on television. In Unreal Tournament the D-Pad handles either alt-fire or jumping, due to the lack of an L2/R2 equivalent. You have to decide what’s more important controls/wise - jumping over pits with any degree of finesse, or those sweet sweet shock combos.