Half-Life 2 has sold over 4 million copies worldwide, and earned over 35 Game of the Year Awards. Episode One is the first in a series of games that reveal the aftermath of Half-Life 2 and launch a journey beyond City 17. Also features two multiplayer games. Half-Life 2 not required.
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4.1 hrs on record
Posted: June 28
This game is AWESOME!!! It has AMAZING graphics, NEW ENEMIES for you to kill and the classic ones of course, it's a VALVE game which makes it a OUTSTANDING game, it has NEW ENVIRONMENTS (kinda) and last but not least Alyx is helpful for the first time in a Half-Life game as she helps you to destroy tons of enemies, even though she can die now(in a mission or in one chapter at least) apart from opening doors, keeping you company and talking to you all the time. In my opinion this is an AMAZING expansion to the Half-Life 2 game and if you own Half-Life 2 then you must play it!! P.S Alyx may be sarcastic during the game and a bit annoying when she's standing in front of you but hey she's a programmed NPC and I like her anyway.
So i just completed the game with the directors commentary - i think i listend to just about every commentary there was - however the most interesting ones were the earlier ones - as stated you were originally not suppose to have a gun all the way up unti...
Hi guys. I bought this game 2 days ago and i download it.But my problem is when i exit my steam account and connecting again this game starting to download 1.9 gb update. I update it once and today it is same again. What can i do for that ?
I haven't been able to find anything on this, so I'll ask here: when I load up Episode One, it starts out with Breen talking with no voice. After this, everything's ok... up until I see the Gman. He doesn't say anything like he's supposed to, and the fore...