One of my friends believes Half-Life 2 would've been a better game if you had Barney by your side instead of Alyx. Do you agree with him?
Hello again. I wanted to share a video i made some time ago, "The Science of Half-Life". English Subtitles are avaliable. I hope you guys enjoy it.
I just realized the radio sound that plays when killing civil protection is a dial-up internet tone. No wonder the combine haven't perfected interdimentional travel
You want inconsistencies? This grate (the one with the green water flowing into it) appears when you are above the pipe, but not when you are in the pipe. The open hole is the same hole in both screenshots.
Tell me, how did you discover Half-Life? My story is that my dad found it in a bargain bin and got it for my brother in like 2001. My brother showed it to me when I was a kid and we played the multiplayer a lot.
G-Man was the villain and here is my proof. first of all gman never released adrian second of all gman kidnapped alyx (or at least I think so) maybe he even delivered the crystal to black mesa but that's all, if you have any theories leave it in the comments
Is it possible to skip the HEV suit on the Hazard Course 1-Jump on the left or right pipe as in the picture 2-Jump to the door behind the HEV 3-Wait for the door to open and continue the Hazard Course Edit: Noclip must be used to pass the long jump area
What if the reason City 17 doesn’t make sense sometimes is because the cities in Half-Life aren’t real cities the Combine use, but instead are streets and blocks that are still relatively intact after the war and they uplift them, similar to how they abducted the building inside the Vault, and fit the streets together? Then probably the first decade after the 7 hour war is just reconstruction and implementation of the newly created cities, where the smooth things out at the edges of each reconstructed piece? It would also kind of explain why most buildings look decent on the outside despite having to go through an alien invasion. No evidence for any of this, just my opinion on the vague lore.
I've seen a lot of Combine hierarchy images, and I don't think any of them are too accurate so I decided to make a more definitive verison, which then includes the rebels, so it ended up more of an overall hierarchy but seen through the Combine's eyes and such. If anyone want some explanation on any of the choices, feel free to ask.
Easter egg in one of office complex vents