[Feb 13, 2006, 3:52 pm ET] - Share - Viewing Comments
EA UK announces details about Half-Life 2: Episode 1 (though it looks like the
minimum and preferred processor specs are reversed). Here's word:
Half-Life has been named Game of the Year by over 35 organizations worldwide.
Half-Life 2: Aftermath is an all-new episode created by Valve that extends the
Half-Life 2 single player adventure.
The player reprises his role of Dr. Gordon Freeman, who must immediately face
the repercussions of his actions in City 17 and the Citadel. Freeman reconnects
with Alyx Vance and her robot, Dog, as they continue their support of the
resistance's battle against the Combine forces.
The intense, real-time gameplay delivered in Half-Life 2: Aftermath is made
possible only by Source, Valve's proprietary engine technology which has been
enhanced with new rendering technology and advanced artificial intelligence to
deliver new levels of graphics and character interaction.
Key Selling Points
- A new episode for one of the best-selling action games of all time.
- Reveals new secrets
- Franchise of over 18 million units sold worldwide
- Incredibly advanced Artificial Intelligence (AI)
- Highly detailed environments provide amazing gameplay settings
- Digital Actors: The most sophisticated in-game characters ever witnessed
- Physical Gameplay: Objects obey the laws of gravity, friction and buoyancy.
- Intense story line will appeal to those seeking more than another shooting
2.4 GHz Processor
DirectX 7 level graphics card
1.2 GHz Processor
512 MB RAM
DirectX 9 level graphics card
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||Feb 14, 2006, 01:06
Who cares, we will all buy it
There are no bad points to steam.. not a one.
Just wait till you're plunking in a quarter each time you want to play. And that's after paying full price and beyond on a game which was supposedly going to be reduced in price due to cutting production and distribution costs.
Hmm, I wonder what happened to that part?
And no, Starforce doesn't exist because some choose not to support steam. Starforce exists because idiots buy games which use Starforce. If they didn't, it would go away.
You know, kinda like the reason steam exists.
Boycott Starforce - http://www.glop.org/starforce/
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