This trailer offers a look at gameplay from a 1997 prototype of Half-Life, the first-person shooter from Valve that went on to greatness. The content is intended to show off colored lighting and other technical innovations, providing an interesting insight into the evolution of the game. Thanks PC Gamer.
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PC Gamer published an article, "6 Quake Killers", which held also-rans like Daikatana and Sin. Half-Life was a pathetic picture of a guy in the suit in a hallway.
At that point, it looked to be the biggest flop.
When it came out, and for the first 15 minutes you did nothing but look around from the monorail, with oodles of machinery including functional spider Caterlpillar equipment, you were hooked before firing shot one. Going through the experiment part also, and only then starting the real game. Nothing like that had been done before.