Half-Life

released on Nov 19, 1998

Dr. Gordon Freeman doesn't speak, but he's got a helluva story to tell. This first-person roller-coaster initiated a new era in the history of action games by combining engrossing gameplay, upgraded graphics, ingenious level design and a revolutionary story that may not be all that it seems, told not through cutscenes, but through the visual environment.


Also in series

Half-Life 2
Half-Life 2
Half-Life: Source
Half-Life: Source
Half-Life: Decay
Half-Life: Decay
Half-Life: Blue Shift
Half-Life: Blue Shift
Half-Life: Opposing Force
Half-Life: Opposing Force

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Le jeu qui a le plus influencé le FPS depuis la création du genre

Tiene una atmósfera maravillosa. La historia en sí es lineal, pero la forma en la que te mueves por los laboratorios hace que sea interesante avanzar.
Las máquinas de salud hacen PSPS MMM MMM MMM MMM y se ha quedado clavado en mi cerebro

This game is one of the most classic shooters ever made for a damn good reason. It's got great weapons, great enemies, great scientists, and one hell of a fun death match mode. Shame they had to rush Xen so much, though.

On a whim, I decided to replay this game to see how I feel about it currently. While I still don't think it's perfect due to On A Rail and the Xen chapters really bringing the game down, I had a much better time with the game overall. Playing the sequels and Black Mesa along with being more familiar with FPS games greatly helped me appreciate this title even more. I continue to respect the game for being so innovative in many ways and managed to find new enjoyment in it now.