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Black Mesa, the fan-made Half-Life mod that re-imagines the game with current technology and a bunch of extra goodies, is coming to Steam soon for "a relatively low price," the development team says. Black Mesa started as a free mod, and there will still be a free version, but the team wanted to gi...

November 20th 2013 at 3:15pm
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You don't have to wait for Steam to publish Greenlight winner Black Mesa Source, the Half Life 2-based recreation of Half Life. The team has released the Half Life 2 total conversion for free through its own website. You can also download the file directly from Joystiq.So if the game's out and free...

September 14th 2012 at 8:00pm
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Black Mesa, a fan-made Half-Life remake that began development in 2004, will see its first public release on September 14. According to a post on the game's official forums, the launch won't be of the entire game, but will include the team's "re-envisioning of Half-Life all the way up to Lambda Cor...

September 2nd 2012 at 7:30pm
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Some people are content with letting Hollywood fat cats license, interpret, reboot and reinvent the world's most beloved gaming franchises, but not the team at InfectionDesigner. They've been doing it themselves for years, and apparently have no plans of stopping.

November 29th 2011 at 7:40am
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It's finally here! After over two years of work, a small group of indie filmmakers have released Beyond Black Mesa, a twelve-minute short film set in the Half-Life universe. If you're a fan of the series, you've got to tune in after the jump. (If you're not a fan, what's wrong with you?)

January 21st 2011 at 4:20pm

It's been over ten years since Valve's Half-Life was released on PC, changing FPS gaming forever. In 2009, the fan-made Black Mesa will do more than just revisit the classic Valve game – from the looks of this newly released trailer, Black Mesa will reimagine the game with modern tech and mod...

December 1st 2008 at 12:45am
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We guess the incident at Black Mesa opened up more portals than the crowbar-wielding scientist could have known. One of which clearly led to Animal Crossing: Wild World, as evidenced by the image to the right. Along with Gordan, you can see a Combine soldier standing about. Why that Combine soldier...

August 14th 2008 at 8:00pm