Summary: For the record, let me state that I began playing Half-Life 2 for the original Xbox. Next, when The Orange Box came out on the Xbox 360 (containing an improved graphics system that included Half-Life 2, Episode 1, Episode 2, Portal, and Team Fortress 2), I often found myself wanting to play the...
Summary: One of the best FPSs ever made. It sill holds up fairly well today. The graphics show their age, and it might take some time to get use to the absolutely ridiculous speed at wich you move around, but still an amazing game.
Summary: Half-Life, originally released in 1998 for the PC, was an award-winning game that raised expectations for gameplay and graphics for games of its time. It redefined the FPS genre by having the story unfold through the player's eyes through scripted events.
Summary: Keep in mind I'm writing this review from the perspective of somebody that played the game in the last six months, and not when it first came out. Back then first person shooters (FPS) weren't all the deep in the story department and most of the time players just saw the "storyline" as something...
Summary: Well, they didn't screw it up. That may seem like a back-handed compliment, but in the case of Half-Life, which many of us consider the greatest computer game ever made, this is high praise indeed. The classic tale of Dr.
Summary: As most people know this game was originaly on PC. It has been one of the best selling games for PC ever. However the Half Life game for PS2 does not feel right. If you can get used to the controls then you will love this game, like I do.
Summary: For years I have been hearing good things about this game. The story is kind of plausible the action is good the graphics and the puzzles are all challenging. I didn't like the fact that the monsters never adapted or changed tactics, this made it easier to predict what they would do after a while.