I will have to look into installing that later. I can obviously download it via the Steam "Gold" package, but being in hippy dial-up hell, I would much rather install it from the CE. I will have to find out if the CE disk lets you install specific components (games) or if it is an all-or-nothing deal.
As for Half-Life: Source
, does it at least use the updated model packs, helping the game look more current, or does it use the original, dated models? Complicity, go buy Half-Life 2, damn it!
Edit: The more I play it, the more I like Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines
. The gameplay could definitely be tweaked, the NPCs can react rather harshly at times, and the combat is a bit Chunky Monkey, but it is still a hell of a hybrid RPG.
Edit: Love it or hate it, Steam is the future
of gaming. It may not be the immediate future, but there is no avoiding the inevitable. Valve had to play nice with the whiney, red-haired step-child known as VUG this round, but it does give the developer more of the money, shelf space has long been an issue for (PC) games, production costs are going higher and higher, and, for the majority of games that are just a slim manual and jewel case, why wait a week or more for a box? Speaking of boxes, Valve sure did put out a crappy CE; was it another semi-rebellion against VUG?
(original) is still a great game,
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