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August 25th 2005

Lordasriel made a map for HQA, if you're interested download it here. Also, if you're looking for some nice photos, click here and here. All pictures were taken by mans0wn.

August 21st 2005

I... actually wanted to keep this a secret for a while, but I figured, what the hell...

If you're into reading stuff, click here. I'm updating it daily. Plus, you might also want to check out this, it's also updated daily by Scaleskin. Both are fictional journals. Enjoy!

August 10th 2005

Alright, the new version of the HQA soundtrack is up and ready to be downloaded here. Again, the new versions aren't that much different. So if you have a slow connection you can probably skip this download (all files are 54,4MB altogether).

August 09th 2005

The special edition of the HQA soundtrack is finished, but I can't seem to upload it anywhere because the connection here where I am sitting now screws up all uploads. I'll try later and tomorrow and hopefully it will be up soon.

The new version of the HQA soundtrack includes an instrumental version of the halfquake theme, the ingame version of the intro version of the halfquake theme (heh), and an acoustic version and a demo version of somos. And almost all songs are now encoded in 160kbps and 192kbps. I couldn't find the source files of some songs, but I found mp3's of those songs with 160kbps, that's why they're not in 192kbps.

The new encoded songs aren't that much different from the 128kbps versions, but better than nothing.

Now I can only hope to be able to upload it soon...

August 05th 2005

It's The End of Everything that ends draws attention to it. Artists that you've never heard before suddenly appear in the news when they die. Kurt has become a legend because he killed himself (at least that is what the majority believes). Imagine a Kurt who's 70 years old, wouldn't that be bad for his sales? Michael Jackson would've been forgotten if he wasn't sued for things he did or did not, the majority doesn't even care about what he did, they just sit in front of the TV and enjoy the show when the famous guy who made the album "Thriller" is crying in front of the camera, just like they would enjoy a quiz show. Maybe Michael Jackson should've killed himself after the Thriller album, he'd still be a legend, just like Freddie from Queen, or Diana. I bet they killed her on purpose to make lots of money because people like it when people die.

Sounds like Halfquake.




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