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Half-Life

Half-Life (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Tags: Shooter, First-Person
Developer: Valve

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
11/14/2001
EU
11/30/2001

Staff Reviews

Half-Life review (PC)

Reviewed June 01, 2008

Mike Suskie says: "There’s a surprise around every corner, be it a new enemy, a new platforming challenge, or some new method of simply scaring the piss out of you, like watching a scientist get sucked into a hole in the wall, only to see him re-emerge in pieces a moment later. Take out any five-minute segment of Half-Life and it probably wouldn’t seem like anything particularly special – you have to play it all at once to fully understand just how well each piece compliments the next, how it all adds up to one nearly seamless FPS experience with rarely a single dull moment, or even one that feels like what you’ve already been through. It is truly greater than the sum of its parts."
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