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Submitted by john2 1090d ago | news

Black Mesa's Carlos Montero explains why Black Mesa: Source didn't hit its 2009 release date

DSOGaming writes: "A lot of people consider Black Mesa as the DNF of mods. While it’s true that the mod has not been released yet (and although there are strong hints that it might hit PCs this year), we’ve been wondering what had happened back in 2009 and why the team did not release it back then" (Black Mesa: Source, PC)

NYC_Gamer  +   1090d ago
I gave up on all hope of Black Mesa ever releasing
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PiccoloGR  +   1090d ago
really hope we'll see it this year, though I doubt

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