Genre: Action (Shooter)/3D/1st Person | Developer: Valve Software | Platform: PC
Half-Life - a video game in the genre of sci-fi first-person shooter developed by Valve Software. The first game in the series Half-Life.
Half-Life - Opposing Force
Half-Life: Opposing Force - first-person shooter and the most notable addition to the game Half-Life, developed by Gearbox Software. This addition is the player the world and events as the original, with the only difference being that the player takes under his control Corporal Adrian Shephard, special forces soldier HECU
Half-Life - Blue Shift
Half-Life: Blue Shift - This is the second addition to first-person shooter Half-Life, developed by Gearbox Software. Blue Shift depicts the events of Half-Life, but the c point of view of another character: the security guard of Black Mesa "- Barney Calhoun. In the role of Barney, the player must try to escape from a secret laboratory, the captured aliens from another world and troops HECU.
Half-Life - Source
Half-Life: Source - it imported the original HL1 on a new engine from HALF-LIFE 2, entitled "Source". This addon radically changed textures, physics, improved models of the monsters. For example, water, which often occurs in the Black Mesa complex, like "flowed" from HL2 to HL: Source. If you have played HL2, you could not miss all the beauty and hyper-realistic "water" landscapes. In the HL: Source transferred as effects such as bullet holes, the ability to lift objects, etc. This addon is definitely worth a repetition HL.
First-person shooter Half-Life 2 has won many awards around the world from the most respected publications. And each of them he has earned well-deserved. The game got along together very interesting story that tells about the adventures of scientist Gordon Freeman, after the tragic events that occurred with him in the Black Mesa complex, beautiful graphics, based at Sourse tech engine, realistic physics, created by a motor Havok Physics and devilishly addictive gameplay, which included a not only firing on monsters and walks on a detailed science cards and pretty landscapes, but also the solving of many brainteasers. All this has made Half-Life 2 one of the best projects in the history of computer games.
Half-Life 2 - Episode One
Half-Life 2: Episode One - a welcome addition to the cult of the first part of «Half-Life 2", won over 35 awards "Game of the Year" from a variety of publications around the world. Episode One - the first new episode created by Valve, extending the already incredibly rich game world of Half-Life. You will find yourself again in the role of Gordon Freeman, who will face the consequences of their destructive actions in City 17 and the Citadel of the Alliance. Along with Alex and her faithful robot dog, Gordon will continue to help the rebel forces in the fight against the powerful alliance.
Half-Life 2 - Episode Two
Half-Life 2: Episode Two - the long-awaited continuation of the cult of the "Half-Life 2", won over 35 awards, "Game of the Year by many publications around the world. Episode Two - the continuation of the famous saga, telling the further adventures of Dr. Freeman and his charming co-Alix. Be witness to a fascinating battle tanks in the depths of the White Forest, and then made a fantastic trip with Alix in a new buggy, enjoying the best game series Half-Life. While playing Half-Life 2: Episode Two will not have to leave the impression that you're watching this movie, because the gameplay redesigned to become more cinematic - you will be a real war on open spaces. Unmatched graphical part: the newly updated Source engine will give you support for Shader 3.0 and improved technology HDR. Unprecedented mastery of digital actors: improved artificial intelligence is even more "humanised" heroes of the game.
Half-Life 2 - Lost Coast
Half-Life 2: Lost Coast ("Lost Coast") - freeware level of the game Half-Life 2, Valve Corporation released via Steam as a separate game October 27, 2005. The game was released to demonstrate new technical capabilities (mainly High Dynamic Range) an updated graphics engine, Source, which was not in Half-Life 2. Level of the game was created with an emphasis on the environment are most able to qualitatively demonstrate the capabilities of this technology. Also, Lost Coast is the first game Valve with built-in developer commentary (details can be found below), later they began to add in all the singles campaign (in contrast to the Lost Coast, a full-scale games like Portal comments are only available in a special mode of transmission).
Operating system: Windows 98/Me/Windows ® XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7
Processor: Pentium or Athlon 1 GHz - Intel Pentium 4 2.4 GHz or AMD Athlon 64 2500 + or higher
Memory: 256 MB - 1 GB (Windows XP)/2 GB (Windows Vista)
Video: 256 MB NVIDIA GeForce 5900XT or higher; ATI Radeon 9800XT or higher
Sound card: Compatible with DirectX 9.0
Free hard drive space: 450 MB - 5.5 GB
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