Here's what the Counterfeit demo includes:
-5 new maps made by Ghandaiah, two of which are cutscenes. -Two new songs made by Solid, MoscowStreets.utx and UNRC.utx. -A new player model, programmed, skinned, and compiled by Mouse. -Snow textures politely borrowed from the game "Rune". -Other new textures borrowed from Unreal Tournament. -Tons of new conversations, written from scratch. -Tons of new information device text (datacubes, newspapers, etc.)
And an interseting story line that begins in Russia :)
COUNTERFEIT A mod for Deus Ex Demo version 1.0 Readme Contents: 1.0: Installation and Running 2.0: Features 3.0: Known Issues 4.0: Credits --1.0: INSTALLATION-- There is currently only one way to install Counterfeit: The manual way. It does not yet support any mod loaders, unless you feel like doing so yourself, but as for now, it only comes in the manually installed form. So bare with us a moment; Installing this is a bit awkward, but really simple if you just follow these directions carefully. Remember that THIS MOD REQUIRES THE LATEST PATCH. Without it, you WILL NOT be able to play. 1) Before you unzip ANYTHING in the Counterfeit zip, you need to make one backup. That's right, you're going to have to do a little file swapping. Whine all you want, but it won't change a thing. Go into your DeusEx/Textures directory and backup "InfoPortraits.utx". If you do that, you can then unzip the InfoPortraits.utx used with Counterfeit, and swap back to the original whenever you want to play normal DX again. Not too hard. 2) Now unzip everything. Here's a list of what types of files go where: .DX files go into DeusEx/maps .umx files go into DeusEx/music .utx files go into DeusEx/textures .u and .uc files go into DeusEx/system 3) This is the "tricky" part (not really). You're going to have to open up your DeusEx.ini and User.ini files. Those are both found in DeusEx/system. Open DeusEx.ini. Look for the line that says this: DefaultGame=DeusEx.DeusExGameInfo Note that that line may say something different if you have another mod installed or something similar. At any rate, change that line to this: DefaultGame=CF.Loader Now save that and close it. Open up User.ini and look for this line: Class=DeusEx.JCDentonMale Change it to this: Class=CF.DB And there you go. Basically that impliments the new player model. If you didn't do that, you'd be walking around as JC Denton, but everyone would be calling you Dominic Bishop. This is another thing you'll have to change back to normal when you want to play normal DX again. Just remember that the original line for DeusEx.ini is: DefaultGame=DeusEx.DeusExGameInfo And the original line for User.ini is: Class=DeusEx.JCDentonMale And then you'll be back to JC. 4) You're set. Rip open Deus Ex. Make sure that you have a key bound to the "say" function (If not, you can set it by opening your User.ini and looking for the line, "t=". Change it to "t=say", without quotes, of course, and then you can press t in-game to get the say command line.) Press your "say" key, erase the "say" text in the command line that pops up, and type: open cf_00_intro And that will start the mod from the beginning intro movie. Enjoy! --2.0: FEATURES-- Here's what the Counterfeit demo includes: -5 new maps made by Ghandaiah, two of which are cutscenes. -Two new songs made by Solid, MoscowStreets.utx and UNRC.utx. -A new player model, programmed, skinned, and compiled by Mouse. -Snow textures politely borrowed from the game "Rune". -Other new textures borrowed from Unreal Tournament. -Tons of new conversations, written from scratch. -Tons of new information device text (datacubes, newspapers, etc.) --3.0: KNOWN ISSUES-- We're currently aware of several bugs in the Counterfeit demo. Due to time constraints and other issues, we were not able to fix them in time for the demo release. They may be fixed in a later version. -Snow textures sound like you're walking on concrete. Not really that big a deal. Besides, most of the snow textures are supposed to be snow on concrete as it is. It'll be fixed, though. Soon as we figure out how... -Some computer nodes may be odd. For instance, the security computer in the Moscow bridge map uses the Everette node. This is simply because we have yet to create fitting nodes for whatever computer. -The Moscow bridge map WILL run slow, only in certain areas, on a lot of computers. This sounds bigger than it really is, trust me. There are only a few very specific positions that you have to be in for it to slow down. Slowdown problems, nonetheless, will be worked on for further releases of Counterfeit. -Datalinks will be labelled incorrectly. Datalinks from Peter Fletcher will be labelled as "Gunther Hermann", datalinks from Kate Jennings will be labelled as "Gary Savage", and datalinks from Arthur Dvortsen will be labelled as "Jaime Reyes". This is due to the method we're currently using to impliment custom infoportraits. This is another problem that will be changed and fixed at a later date. -Awkward installation. No mod loader support yet. That's it, I think. If you find another bug worth mentioning that I'm not aware of, mail me at email@example.com - Thanks in advance. --4.0 CREDITS-- The Counterfeit mod would not be possible without the following people: Main Team Ghandaiah KGB Solid KaMiKaZe Mouse NathanKeogh Hotfoot Planet Deus Ex Staff Despot, sometimes known as "Oh Dark Lord of the Underworld" Evil_Invasion Kaigen NathanKeogh Silverdawn, the guy I only hear stories about, but have never actually met. Special Thanks Gwog TRYSTERO, that silly, silly man. TheRenegadeMaster Regenesis Winquman, the guy who got in the special thanks for no apparent reason. Slicer Liquid Snake (Why not?) All the beautiful #planetdeus regulars Anyone who's ever read Got Ghand... and loved it. Anyone who's ever read Twist... and loved it. Anyone who's ever looked at Gwog's picture... and lived. Who am I forgetting? Used Joke Graveyard Mr. T Pants Evil swiss cheese Banjo, the sea monkey Mr. Box Sporks, in all their mighty Twelve-fingered people Schwans food THE MANY SINGS TO US! Zombie drummers Bang the Skull Slowly Tech monkeys Monkeys in general Am I forgetting any?
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