go through on cheats if you want, but it's not worth it
i'm wondering how close i was to reaching Xen... i was at a point where i had powered up a nuclear reactor, then i swam to a new location where i had to teleport myself from room to room and then i was supposed to teleport my way up some spinning column with platforms on it. i had to time the jumps/teleports just right or i fell down and had to start over... i got so mad/bored that i just quit there. was i close to the end??
anybody feel up to filling me in on the story to HL1? i never got past the stupid jumping puzzle teleporter thingy... all i know is that you open the portal to Xen (or wherever), fight your way out of black mesa, kill tons of marines and aliens, start a nuclear reactor, launch a rocket, and keep trying to get somewhere(???) while the G-Man lurks around...
anyone care to tell me how it ended up and what (if any) revelations were given???
The Rev Dr John Polkinghorne, a fellow of the Royal Society and a Canon Theologian at Liverpool Cathedral, said: "The idea of a god gene goes against all my personal theological convictions. You can't cut faith down to the lowest common denominator of genetic survival. It shows the poverty of reductionist thinking."
The Rev Dr Walter Houston, the chaplain of Mansfield College, Oxford, and a fellow in theology, said: "Religious belief is not just related to a person's constitution; it's related to society, tradition, character - everything's involved. Having a gene that could do all that seems pretty unlikely to me."
If it had a level or two of "stealth", I would have called it the best FPS to date. Unless the last few levels have stealth?!
wtg Gabe and Valve!! you have redeemed yourselves after the last 13 months of doubt and confusion... here's a great big BOOOYAHHHH!! for y'all.Yes they did, big time.
tron, I know you were kidding and everything
even though you had no way to know that, it still really hurt
Not to mention, HL2 freakin' RAWKS man! I mean it totally freakin' RAWKS
so there... you big stupid dummy-head!!!
Old school Dungeons and Dragons gamers should be very pleased with this game (as I am one of them I feel safe in making this statement).
In the end I can give this games one of the highest praises I can think of: Ever time its time to turn it off I find myself always saying… I’ll stop after one more quest, which always winds up turning into 5, 6, 7… more quests.
What? A manual? Real men don't read manuals!
"Yeah hello Mr. Gabe? I need a manual. I started the game and my guy doesn't move or look around or anything. What do I do? I'd start pressing keys or moving the mouse but without a manual I just don't know."
I don't know how you sports fans on the east coast do it, it would drive me crazy.I'm in the Atlantic Time Zone; MNF games start at 10, run until ~2am... I get up at 6. Even more brutal if you're out at the local liquor emporium until half time... (and then leave a blowout to come home to a 14-14 tied game - last week)...
OK, so now I'm thinking of purchasing HL2 through the steam option I see that the 'silver' package contains Valve's back catalog. Does that include Condition Zero then?