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Half-Life 2 (Game of the Year Edition) Videos and Trailers - PC

Half-Life 2 (Game of the Year Edition)
Game Description:A special edition of the instant-classic shooter from Valve (now distributed by Electronic Arts instead of Vivendi Universal.) In addition to the complete game, this package also includes Counter-Strike: Source, the Half-Life 2: Deathmatch MOD, and the Source-engine remake of the original, Half-Life: Source. Once again players assume the role of Gordon Freeman, a scientist destined to save the Earth from hordes of gruesome alien attackers. Half-Life 2 takes computer games to a new level of realism with incredible in-game graphics that recreate familiar-looking city streets, and blend them with strange and grotesque monsters, resulting in a believable and at times unsettling environment. Objects and characters feature accurate physics properties, behaving with the appropriate mass, density, and physical properties of their real-life counterparts.
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