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Review: Half-Life 2: Episode Two (~7 hours)

Valve fixed a lot of what was broken in Episode One with Episode Two. First and foremost, the combat is fun again, perhaps the most fun combat in all Half-Life 2 games. 458 more words


Review: Half-Life 2: Episode One (~6 hours)

It was nice of Valve Software to give us two new games in the Half-Life series, right before Half-Life was put on hold indefinitely. Though some fan out there is probably still begging for Half-Life 3, sometimes you have to be grateful for what you got. 430 more words


Review: Half-Life 2 (~15 hours)

Half-Life 2 is a major departure from the first game. Instead of little snippets from nearby scientists and security guards, the game has a full-fledged story with long dialog sequences, and recurring characters. 649 more words


What we can learn from: 'Half-Life 2: Breen's Redemption'

Valve’s 2004 game, ‘Half-Life 2’ is rightfully regarded as one of the greatest first person shooters ever released, featuring (for its time) unparalleled physics, a gripping story, and one of the most oppressive atmospheres ever encountered in a video game.  650 more words

Fan Video

Half-Life 2: Classic -Ravenholm Demo Released

Half-Life 2: Classic is a fan project by the developers ‘Team Classic’ that is working opposite to Crowbar Collective’s Black Mesa. Instead of remastering the first game, they are aiming to bring Half-Life 2 into the original game’s engine, GoldSrc. 171 more words


Half-Life's 20th Anniversary

Looking back at my posts, it’s shocking that I haven’t mentioned anything about my favourite series of games. I remember being about 9 or 10 when I begged my parents incessantly to buy me the game having played the demo on a PC Gamer disk. 486 more words

Video Games

Half Life 2 - Episode Two: The Madness Gets EVEN Better

Last week, we took in the horrific glory of Half-Life 2: Episode One. Now it’s the turn of what stands as the final installment of this legendary series. 677 more words