New Half Life 2 Mod: Eternal Silence

"New Half Life 2 Mod: Eternal Silence"

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For the lovers of all things Half Life 2, there is a new Mod out for the game - Eternal Silence. The storyline can be explained as:

A massive deep space war has broken out. The United Terran Forces must subdue the Galactic Militia outburst and restore the order of the systems. Your role in Eternal Silence will be within vital strategic battles between two massive capital warships. You will need your wits, your precision, your strength, your endurance, and above all your courage to take on the fierce challenges which await you.

Currently the Mod has been released as Eternal Silence Public Beta 1.0, and can be downloaded from here There is also an inclusion for both Windows and Linux binaries on the SpawnPoint website


* Full Infantry gameplay
* All but a few weapons ingame
* Immobile Capship Gameplay
* 2 Pilotable Craft (UTF Fighter + UTF Interceptor)
* 1 space scenario map (es_aethra_scenario)
* Full physics control (free flight and assisted flight)
* Sounds for all guns and all ship weapons
* Custom binding interface for mouse and joystick
* Mapping help and getting started tutorial available on wiki
* Automated capital ship turrets

Feel free to view the trailer here and for those who want to dicuss the game, SpawnPoint have an IRC channel available - #esmod on the Gamesurge Network

Feel free to discuss the new Half Life 2 Mod in our forum

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05-10-2006, 07:36:57

Ye ditto would be good to see whether it's good :)

05-10-2006, 07:42:28

the only thing about it is you can only get it in the US and since am in the UK it takes a while with USPS to get it to me. Was order 3 days ago so hopefully itll be here b4 next weekend and ill do up a review.

Need to get find my camera 1st though

05-10-2006, 07:45:50

Yeah, international shipping can suck sometimes. It's a bit shady all around if u ask me. Any time I send something international I just pray to the computer gods that it makes it to its destination. I may be a lot of things in this world, but two things I'm most certainly not is a liar nor a thief. I'm always afraid that if it doesn't show up on the receiving end I'll be the one being blamed for steeling their goods, blah blah blah. I usually only ship to good friends these days, people I've been in touch with quite some time (namely the mods, admins, and a few others that I've had past dealings with). Ok that was way off topic, let us know how u like it when it comes in!

05-10-2006, 07:45:54

How much it cost you from the over the pond?

05-10-2006, 07:47:27

fir the cooler plus bog standard shipping it was $41 or £22 all in.

07-10-2006, 03:56:19

Sticky Mick
Not bad at all;) I await the review with baited breath;)

Now let's see $41, at todays exchange rate of 1USD=0.53p
That makes just over £29:90.

Now let's do it in the style of a UK supplier:D

$41, at todays exchange rate of 1USD=0.53p
That makes just over £29:90.
:eek: Sod that for a game of soldiers!! We'll round it up to the nearest £1 = £41:D

Right you can get back on topic now guys:D

07-10-2006, 19:01:15

cooler arrived today, and got me camera, just need batteries and ill wack up some pics.

It will fit north and south bridge and at 22 aint half bad. Very light, and the fan is oh so quite.

07-10-2006, 20:21:10

[QUOTE=Gibbs]cooler arrived today, and got me camera, just need batteries and ill wack up some pics.

It will fit north and south bridge and at £22 aint half bad. Very light, and the fan is oh so quite.[/QUOTE]
Very sweet mate, glad to see you like it! Can't wait for the pix, hope to see em soon. How are the temp drops?

09-10-2006, 06:41:09

That's a sweet lookin' chipset cooler, I can't wait to see how it performs. :yumyum:

09-10-2006, 06:51:23

Installed the unit last night and boyo what a result. A 13C drop in Southbridge temps on my DS3 board. A bit problematic to fit on the DS3 but its workable.

They gave me a little square felt sticker to protect the chip while the heatsink is installed but it was 2 small for the chip so i didnt use it.

Some AS5 on the chip and in the joint of the cooler and bam, installed and running cooler than i thought it would. Ill post some pics one i get home

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