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Reading Samuj's comment hurts (from the language standpoint), but I have to agree with him. What were you thinking when writing all these PS2 requests? People told you many times why they won't port their mods to PS2, yet you keep requesting it. You've become really annoying. What's the deal anyways? Nowadays pretty much every computer, no matter how sh***y, can run Half-Life. So just go play it and stop with your comments please.
Oh, and by the way, the word "Mesa" does not mean the same thing as "table" in english.
See i agree with Paya here you should reconsider saying all this PS2 **** like look i'm not trying to **** on the PS2 cause I've heard it had a good long collection of games and looking at that yeah it did, but in countries outside of Brazil it is mostly dead and not used as much anymore. And it would an giant feat to accomplish porting something like say Azure Sheep or Residual Point or Residual Life to the PS2 cause it's not easy point and simple but if you still make these PS2 comments, alright listen pardon me but if you make one more of those comments with the word PS2 or PS1 or PlayStation in general then you **** off the site.
I usually hate seeing people saying something like "Get off the Internet" or "Get off this website you're not welcome here" cause it's sounds like they think there the boss and that they think they can control what you go on despite them not being in control of it at all.
But in this instance yeah you can just either A **** off or B just simply shush meaning just shut the **** up okay.
Well, I love the passion you put into your demands, having a mod play on a physical console is a niche but neat thing. However, you have to realize that most mods and even Half-Life on it's own can't run at all on the PS2.
The HL1 port to the Playstation was very restrictive in what it did and it's quite a feat if you look into it. The PS2 at most has a 300 MHz processor and Half-Life at least recommends a 500 MHz processor for instance. To port something to the PS2 version of HL1 would take some planning, a knowledge of the PS2's software development, and time on the mod developer's part to port the mod to the system. The PS2 isn't big here at all in current years as it is in Brazil so a mod developer is less incentive to port a mod to the PS2 unless they think it would be a fun project on the side.
You obviously have a computer and given it's most likely at minimum one from the mid-2000's, you should very easily be able to play Half-Life and it's mods on the PC. I don't know if you own the PC version of Half-Life or how expensive it is in Brazil, but the Summer Sale is tomorrow, so it should have a hefty price drop for a good solid week and a half. If you can't buy it then, I'd say just to buy a key of the game from a key vendor online.
No one is going to port a mod for a PC game to a dead console stop asking
I mean just get a pc to play Half Life on its native system and stop comment will it come out on the ps2, please, just use the pc version
i like how all of your comments are about porting mods to half life ps2
yes, ps2 still lives.
I have 2 a fat and a slim
ps2 has a lot of power to play expansions made by fans.
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