I played Half-Life remake Black Mesa, and really liked it! I also in the intervening years completely forgot that it wasn’t technically finished, since it ended on Earth and not, as the original game did, on the alien planet Xen.
Remember Half-Life: Blue Shift, that expansion where you played as Barney, the security guard? Well, Blue Shift’s Source engine remake, Black Mesa: Insecurity, just got its very first teaser trailer. You can watch it below, and follow the mod’s Mod DB page and/or Black Mesa Forum thread for updates.
Inspired by Black Mesa’s Steam re-release, modder Hezus decided to return to his 2012 remake of Half-Life’s “Uplink” demo, Black Mesa Uplink, to update it with extra content. Above is his first screenshot, showing off the mod’s new look. You can follow the mod’s progress (or give the old version a try) over at Mod DB.
Black Mesa: Hazard Course drops two brand new screenshots. The mod project, which aims to recreate the Hazard Course tutorial level from Half-Life (a level that was cut from the big HL remake, Black Mesa) has now entered its internal beta, and is looking at a 2015 release.
Half-Life is one of the greatest games of all time, but it’s missing something. Obviously, that something is hamfisted advertising for Taco Bell.
On today’s Highlight Reel we have terrifying psychic deer, Black Mesa trash cans, dramatic deaths, crotch-damage and much more!
Malebolgia is best described as Dark Souls, except gorgeously cel-shaded and spooky as hell. I hope it’s as good as it looks. Watch me play it below.
Last week's emergency broadcast is just one of the many things that happened to Half-Life fan remake Black Mesa since its late 2012 release. If you're one of those people who don't follow the project religiously, Valve News Network's video can help bring you up to speed.
Happy birthday, Half-Life! To celebrate, we all get to buy Black Mesa.
When does something stop being "fan-made" and start being real? Considering the fact that the excellent Half-Life tribute Black Mesa was itself made by fans of the original game, this amazing alternate ending, created and uploaded by Machinima filmmaker TomahawxX, feels perhaps a touch more real than your average…
Fan-made Black Mesa is a remake of Valve's classic 1998 shooter Half-Life. It's been in development for around eight years, which is poignant, since it's been around that long since I've played the original.
Black Mesa: Source, the long-in-development mod/remake of the original Half-Life, is now available to play. For free.
The mega-ambitious, long-in-development Half-Life remake/tribute Black Mesa is finished, and you can download it from Gamefront right now and give it a whirl.
Believe it or not - and I'd forgive you for not believing it, given the mod's torturous history - but this is reportedly a shot of notorious Half-Life remake Black Mesa. Like, its gold master disc. Meaning the thing is actually done.
Highly-anticipated Half-Life remake Black Mesa will come to Steam thanks to the Greenlight program, Valve said today. So will nine other games, with more to come.
Seen at PAX Prime in Seattle this weekend: this Black Mesa cosplayer, complete with lab coat and (hilarious) recruitment manuals.
Infamous Half-Life remake Black Mesa, which has been in development for eight years, will be playable and ready for public download for the first time on September 14.
We've been waiting for Black Mesa for a long, loooong while now—the hugely ambitious fan-made mod has an uncertain fate, but eight years after beginning work, the team is still working on the game.
Were it not for the core Half-Life series itself, Black Mesa: Source - a fan-made remake of the original Half-Life - might well be the longest-running tease in video games today.
In development for around eight years now, the fan-made remake of the original Half-Life, known as Black Mesa, is almost a punchline for the torment followers of the series as a whole are feeling at its lack of updates.