You will be Miserable if you miss this S.T.A.L.K.E.R. mod

Subject: General Tech | July 10, 2013 - 03:18 PM |
Tagged: stalker, mod, gaming, call of pripyat

Back in the ancient days of 2009 a group of developers decided to release what S.T.A.L.K.E.R. was supposed to be, a game called Oblivion Lost with vehicles to drive, significantly more Sci-Fi elements and much less movement restrictions.  While the Misery 2.0 mod for Call of Pripyat will not be quite that different it will completely refresh the S.T.A.L.K.E.R sequel by bringing together a large amount of mods and some of their own secret sauce into a re-imagined world.  Not all will directly effect gameplay, one of the best things about these two games is the dark creepy atmosphere, which the mod should enhance.  The trailer, shameless lifted from Rock, Paper, SHOTGUN, also highlights the new ability to harvest and sell or cook mutant meat.

"I decided I wanted to pretty up the original game: I wanted pitch black nights, livelier fauna, blowouts, lovely skies, and more interesting weather. Unfortunately I’d forgotten I’d already modded it, so I ended up with a broken mutant of a game. I’m reinstalling now. It wasn’t at total waste: on my hunt for the Shadow Of Chernobyl mods I discovered that the long-awaited Misery 2.0 for Call Of Pripyat is out this month. And it has a trailer."

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July 10, 2013 | 10:59 PM - Posted by praack

ah the zone, the northern zone of course- not the southern zone as mentioned in the books.

what a life! been tooling around the zone every year since the games were released- never finished one- unsure if i ever will and never even mind if i don't.

i love em- you can spend hours in the game enjoying the scenery and artifacts. then drop it and not pick up the game for months. then start up like playing like it was yesterday.

so STALKERS - this might be a nice mod for the likes of us

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