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Half-Life: Blue Shift Latest News - PC

Half-Life: Blue Shift
Game Description:Blue Shift is an all-new single player episode surrounding the Black Mesa security guard introduced in Valve's classic action thriller, Half-Life. In development by Gearbox Software, creators of the critically acclaimed Half-Life: Opposing Force, Blueshift also contains the Half-Life HD Pack, which automatically upgrades the weapons and characters of all the games in the Half-Life saga with new high definition content.
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Half-Life: Blue Shift News

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  • Half-Life 2 Fan Film: "Enter The Freeman" Is Very Impressive

    You must check out "Enter The Freeman." The fan-film set in the Half-Life universe was shot by fans with a budget of $3000, but delivers at least $4,500 worth of eerie chills, cool references and a perfect-looking Gordon Freeman impersonator. Plus: Head-crabs! The short was directed by YouTube user Chariot Drive.

    Posted October 10, 2012

    Half-Life 2 Fan Film: "Enter The Freeman" Is Very Impressive
  • Something Funny's Going On Inside Valve's Portal

    We could be on the verge of a Portal or Half-Life announcement, people. All hands on deck. Valve recently issued a patch for Portal which added a new achievement, "Transmission Received." The patch was purposely vague about what it was adding to Portal, but came the patch notes released via Steam associated with the patch included...

    Posted March 1, 2010

    Something Funny's Going On Inside Valve's Portal
  • Valve Reveals Lifetime Retail Sales for 'Half-Life', 'Counter-Strike'

    Valve has always been tight-lipped with their sales numbers, especially when it comes to sales made over Steam, but they released a ton of numbers today. The numbers show the lifetime sales at retail for most of their first-party games, but do not include sales on Steam. That remains a mystery and a closely guarded secret, but it's safe to...

    Posted December 3, 2008| 31 Comments

    Valve Reveals Lifetime Retail Sales for 'Half-Life', 'Counter-Strike'
  • X-Play Gaming Update 11.14.08

    Congratulations you've made it through the week! Here's friday's gaming update to seal the lid proper on a week of gaming news. The Wii and Fable II outsell everything Valve sells everything they've ever made for $99 Lich King gets its first Lvl 80 character and the first UK Lich King customer faints from waiting in...

    Posted November 14, 2008| 4 Comments

    X-Play Gaming Update 11.14.08
  • X-Play Gaming Update 11.14.08

    Posted: November 14, 2008

    8,720 Views | 01:58 | 1 Comment

 


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