You are welcome. I must make a new package with a few updated magazine articles I have gotten since then. Everybody is being so nice with this project. There was so much printed media about this game before it was canceled, dank Gott it was leaked, and we have so many publications that printed articles on the game.
There was going to be 2 different versions of the game for DC gamers. First, the singleplayer campaign with all it's goodies was to come out, then a stand alone multiplayer disc with PC mods like DOD, Cs, TF Classic, and others.
Look at the US ODCM magazine that has Ryo on the front from Shenmue, it has a 1 of a kind article on ONLY the multiplayer version, and it was a "Hands on" preview of the game. Too bad it was never leaked along with the singleplayer version, if it was far enough along to be playable.
A multiplayer map or 2 can still be found in the Dreamcast singleplayer version of the game. Even when you type some old left over commands into the DC keyboard, you can teleport to the left over maps in the hidden files.
Also, my good friend TeamXlink was messing with game commands on the Keyboard one day and found this.
I've been messing around with CVARs and Commands for the Half-Life Dreamcast.
Here is a few neat things:
The framerate is locked at 66fps, you can raise the framerate
That sets the frame-rate to 100
Interesting enough these two commands are also implemented.
There defaults are 66 as well.
These are also there.
The default for port is 27015
The default for clientport is 27005
You can also change the autoaim with:
The default for sv_aim is 0.900
There are so many cool things:
Nearly all of the pc commands are in the Dreamcast version!!!
Well, another great thing about Half-Life for Dreamcast, is you can properly convert PC mods, or make a new game for Dreamcast based on the Half-Life engine for DC with some work if you know what you are doing.
If you would like to learn how to develope for the HLDC engine, go to this link, it has many helpfull tips and Override and Dreamatrix or divagante can help you on your way, as they are the 3 main HLDC developers, and well respected folks.http://www.dcfan.net.ru/forum/f83/
I should get around to adding the other magazine articles to my package sometime soon. If I forget in the next couple days, feel free to refresh my memory by posting asking whats up with it.
Edit: I found a place that sales their guide books for $12 if you want to get one cheap? Much cheaper than the one for $70 on Ebay.http://www.abebooks.com/servlet/SearchR ... =t&x=0&y=0