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Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999) and Blue Shift (2001), developed by Gearbox Software. Then followed by Half Life: Decay.

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  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999) and Blue Shift (2001), developed by Gearbox Software. Then followed by Half Life: Decay.
  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter (FPS) games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999) and Blue Shift (2001), developed by Gearbox Software. Then followed by Half Life: Decay.
  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter (FPS) games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999) and Blue Shift (2001), developed by Gearbox Software.
  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter (FPS) games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999) Blue Shift (2001), and Decay (2001) exclusively for the PlayStation 2 developed by Gearbox Software.
  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter (FPS) games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999), Blue Shift (2001), and Decay (2001), exclusively for the PlayStation 2, developed by Gearbox Software.
  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter (FPS) games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999), Blue Shift (2001) and Decay (2001) developed by Gearbox Software.
  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter (FPS) games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 for Windows to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999), Blue Shift (2001) and Decay (2001) developed by Gearbox Software.
  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter (FPS) games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 for Windows to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999), Blue Shift (2001) and Decay (2001), developed by Gearbox Software.
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  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999) and Blue Shift (2001), developed by Gearbox Software. Then followed by Half Life: Decay. In 2004, Valve released Half-Life 2 to further success, with a new setting and characters and physics-based gameplay. The series continued with the episodic games Half-Life 2: Lost Coast (2005), Half-Life 2: Episode One (2006) and Half-Life 2: Episode Two (2007). Episode Three was scheduled for release by Christmas 2007, but was not released. The first game in the Portal series, set in the same universe as Half-Life, was released in 2007. Valve experimented with further Half-Life projects for over a decade. After years of speculation, Valve released its flagship virtual reality game, Half-Life: Alyx, in 2020. Set between the events of Half-Life and Half-Life 2, players control Freeman's ally Alyx Vance in her quest to defeat the alien Combine.
  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter (FPS) games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999) and Blue Shift (2001), developed by Gearbox Software. Then followed by Half Life: Decay. In 2004, Valve released Half-Life 2 to further success, with a new setting and characters and physics-based gameplay. The series continued with the episodic games Half-Life 2: Lost Coast (2005), Half-Life 2: Episode One (2006) and Half-Life 2: Episode Two (2007). Episode Three was scheduled for release by Christmas 2007, but was not released. The first game in the Portal series, set in the same universe as Half-Life, was released in 2007. Valve experimented with further Half-Life projects for over a decade. After years of speculation, Valve released its flagship virtual reality game, Half-Life: Alyx, in 2020. Set between the events of Half-Life and Half-Life 2, players control Freeman's ally Alyx Vance in her quest to defeat the alien Combine.
  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter (FPS) games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999) and Blue Shift (2001), developed by Gearbox Software. Then followed by Half Life: Decay. In 2004, Valve released Half-Life 2 to further success, with a new setting and characters and physics-based gameplay. The series continued with the episodic games Half-Life 2: Lost Coast (2005), Half-Life 2: Episode One (2006) and Half-Life 2: Episode Two (2007). Episode Three was scheduled for release by Christmas 2007, but was not released; further games were developed by Junction Point Studios and Arkane Studios, but canceled. The first game in the Portal series, set in the same universe as Half-Life, was released in 2007. Valve experimented with further Half-Life projects for over a decade. After years of speculation, Valve released its flagship virtual reality game, Half-Life: Alyx, in 2020. Set between the events of Half-Life and Half-Life 2, players control Freeman's ally Alyx Vance in her quest to defeat the alien Combine.
  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter (FPS) games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999) and Blue Shift (2001), developed by Gearbox Software. In 2004, Valve released Half-Life 2 to further success, with a new setting and characters and physics-based gameplay. The series continued with the episodic games Half-Life 2: Lost Coast (2005), Half-Life 2: Episode One (2006) and Half-Life 2: Episode Two (2007). Episode Three was scheduled for release by Christmas 2007, but was not released; further games were developed by Junction Point Studios and Arkane Studios, but canceled. The first game in the Portal series, set in the same universe as Half-Life, was released in 2007. Valve experimented with further Half-Life projects for over a decade. After years of speculation, Valve released its flagship virtual reality game, Half-Life: Alyx, in 2020. Set between the events of Half-Life and Half-Life 2, players control Freeman's ally Alyx Vance in her quest to defeat the alien Combine.
  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter (FPS) games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999) and Blue Shift (2001), developed by Gearbox Software. In 2004, Valve released Half-Life 2 to further success, with a new setting and characters and physics-based gameplay. The series continued with the episodic games Half-Life 2: Lost Coast (2005), Half-Life 2: Episode One (2006) and Half-Life 2: Episode Two (2007). A planned third episode, and games developed by Junction Point Studios and Arkane Studios, were canceled. The first game in the Portal series, set in the same universe as Half-Life, was released in 2007. Valve experimented with further Half-Life projects for over a decade. After years of speculation, Valve released its flagship virtual reality game, Half-Life: Alyx, in 2020. Set between the events of Half-Life and Half-Life 2, players control Freeman's ally Alyx Vance in her quest to defeat the alien Combine.
  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter (FPS) games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999) and Blue Shift (2001), developed by Gearbox Software. In 2004, Valve released Half-Life 2 to further success, with a new setting and characters and physics-based gameplay. The series continued with the episodic games Half-Life 2: Lost Coast (2005), Half-Life 2: Episode One (2006) and Half-Life 2: Episode Two (2007). A planned third episode, and games developed by Junction Point Studios and Arkane Studios, were canceled. The first game in the Portal series, set in the same universe as Half-Life, was released in 2007. Valve experimented with further Half-Life projects for over a decade. After years of speculation, Valve released its flagship virtual reality game, Half-Life: Alyx, in 2020. Set before Half-Life 2, players control Freeman's ally Alyx Vance in her quest to defeat the alien Combine.
  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter (FPS) games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999) and Blue Shift (2001), developed by Gearbox Software. In 2004, Valve released Half-Life 2 to further success, with a new setting and characters and physics-based gameplay. The series continued with the episodic games Half-Life 2: Lost Coast (2005), Half-Life 2: Episode One (2006) and Half-Life 2: Episode Two (2007). A planned third episode, and games developed by Junction Point Studios and Arkane Studios, were canceled. The first game in the Portal series, set in the same universe as Half-Life, was released in 2007. Valve experimented with further Half-Life projects for over a decade. After years of speculation, Valve released its flagship virtual reality game, Half-Life: Alyx, in 2020. Set before Half-Life 2, players control Freeman's ally Alyx Vance in her quest to defeat the aliens from Area 51 Combine.
  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter (FPS) games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999) and Blue Shift (2001), developed by Gearbox Software. In 2004, Valve released Half-Life 2 to further success, with a new setting and characters and physics-based gameplay. The series continued with the episodic games Half-Life 2: Lost Coast (2005), Half-Life 2: Episode One (2006) and Half-Life 2: Episode Two (2007). A planned third episode, and games developed by Junction Point Studios and Arkane Studios, were canceled. The first game in the Portal series, set in the same universe as Half-Life, was released in 2007. and gordon freeman dies Valve experimented with further Half-Life projects for over a decade. After years of speculation, Valve released its flagship virtual reality game, Half-Life: Alyx, in 2020. Set before Half-Life 2, players control Freeman's ally Alyx Vance in her quest to defeat the alien Combine.
  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter (FPS) games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999) Blue Shift (2001), and Decay (2001) exclusively for the PlayStation 2 developed by Gearbox Software. In 2004, Valve released Half-Life 2 to further success, with a new setting and characters and physics-based gameplay. The series continued with the episodic games Half-Life 2: Lost Coast (2005), Half-Life 2: Episode One (2006) and Half-Life 2: Episode Two (2007). A planned third episode, and games developed by Junction Point Studios and Arkane Studios, were canceled. The first game in the Portal series, set in the same universe as Half-Life, was released in 2007. Valve experimented with further Half-Life projects for over a decade. After years of speculation, Valve released its flagship virtual reality game, Half-Life: Alyx, in 2020. Set before Half-Life 2, players control Freeman's ally Alyx Vance in her quest to defeat the alien Combine.
  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter (FPS) games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999), Blue Shift (2001), and Decay (2001), exclusively for the PlayStation 2, developed by Gearbox Software. In 2004, Valve released Half-Life 2 to further success, with a new setting and characters and physics-based gameplay. The series continued with the episodic games Half-Life 2: Lost Coast (2005), Half-Life 2: Episode One (2006) and Half-Life 2: Episode Two (2007). A planned third episode, and games developed by Junction Point Studios and Arkane Studios, were canceled. The first game in the Portal series, set in the same universe as Half-Life, was released in 2007. Valve experimented with further Half-Life projects for over a decade. After years of speculation, Valve released its flagship virtual reality game, Half-Life: Alyx, in 2020. Set before Half-Life 2, players control Freeman's ally Alyx Vance in her quest to defeat the alien Combine.
  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter (FPS) games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999), Blue Shift (2001) and Decay (2001) developed by Gearbox Software. In 2004, Valve released Half-Life 2 to further success, with a new setting and characters and physics-based gameplay. The series continued with the episodic games Half-Life 2: Lost Coast (2005), Half-Life 2: Episode One (2006) and Half-Life 2: Episode Two (2007). A planned third episode, and games developed by Junction Point Studios and Arkane Studios, were canceled. The first game in the Portal series, set in the same universe as Half-Life, was released in 2007. Valve experimented with further Half-Life projects for over a decade. After years of speculation, Valve released its flagship virtual reality game, Half-Life: Alyx, in 2020. Set before Half-Life 2, players control Freeman's ally Alyx Vance in her quest to defeat the alien Combine.
  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter (FPS) games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 for Windows to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999), Blue Shift (2001) and Decay (2001) developed by Gearbox Software. In 2004, Valve released Half-Life 2 to further success, with a new setting and characters and physics-based gameplay. The series continued with the episodic games Half-Life 2: Lost Coast (2005), Half-Life 2: Episode One (2006) and Half-Life 2: Episode Two (2007). A planned third episode, and games developed by Junction Point Studios and Arkane Studios, were canceled. The first game in the Portal series, set in the same universe as Half-Life, was released in 2007. Valve experimented with further Half-Life projects for over a decade. After years of speculation, Valve released its flagship virtual reality game, Half-Life: Alyx, in 2020. Set before Half-Life 2, players control Freeman's ally Alyx Vance in her quest to defeat the alien Combine.
  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter (FPS) games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 for Windows to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999), Blue Shift (2001) and Decay (2001), developed by Gearbox Software. In 2004, Valve released Half-Life 2 to further success, with a new setting and characters and physics-based gameplay. The series continued with the episodic games Half-Life 2: Lost Coast (2005), Half-Life 2: Episode One (2006) and Half-Life 2: Episode Two (2007). A planned third episode, and games developed by Junction Point Studios and Arkane Studios, were canceled. The first game in the Portal series, set in the same universe as Half-Life, was released in 2007. Valve experimented with further Half-Life projects for over a decade. After years of speculation, Valve released its flagship virtual reality game, Half-Life: Alyx, in 2020. Set before Half-Life 2, players control Freeman's ally Alyx Vance in her quest to defeat the alien Combine.
  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter (FPS) games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 for Windows to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999), Blue Shift (2001) and Decay (2001), developed by Gearbox Software. In 2004, Valve released Half-Life 2 to further success, with a new setting and characters and physics-based gameplay. The series continued with the episodic games Half-Life 2: Lost Coast (2005), Half-Life 2: Episode One (2006) and Half-Life 2: Episode Two (2007). The first game in the Portal series, set in the same universe as Half-Life, was released in 2007. Over the following decade, numerous Half-Life games, including a third Half-Life 2 episode and games developed by Junction Point Studios and Arkane Studios, were canceled. After years of speculation, Valve released its flagship virtual reality game, Half-Life: Alyx, in 2020. Set before Half-Life 2, players control Freeman's ally Alyx Vance in her quest to defeat the alien Combine.
  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter (FPS) games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 for Windows to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999), Blue Shift (2001) and Decay (2001), developed by Gearbox Software. In 2004, Valve released Half-Life 2 to further success, with a new setting and characters and physics-based gameplay. The series continued with the episodic games Half-Life 2: Lost Coast (2005), Half-Life 2: Episode One (2006) and Half-Life 2: Episode Two (2007). The first game in the Portal series, set in the same universe as Half-Life, was released in 2007. Over the following decade, numerous Half-Life games were canceled, including a third Half-Life 2 episode, a version of Half-Life 3, and games developed by Junction Point Studios and Arkane Studios. In 2020, after years of speculation, Valve released its flagship virtual reality game, Half-Life: Alyx. Set before Half-Life 2, players control Freeman's ally Alyx Vance in her quest to defeat the alien Combine.
  • Half-Life is a series of first-person shooter (FPS) games developed and published by Valve. The games combine shooting combat, puzzles, and storytelling. The original Half-Life, Valve's first product, was released in 1998 for Windows to critical and commercial success. Players control Gordon Freeman, a scientist who must survive an alien invasion. The innovative scripted sequences were influential on the FPS genre, and the game inspired numerous community-developed mods, including the multiplayer games Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat. Half-Life was followed by the expansions Opposing Force (1999), Blue Shift (2001) and Decay (2001), developed by Gearbox Software. In 2004, Valve released Half-Life 2 to further success, with a new setting and characters and physics-based gameplay. The series continued with the episodic games Half-Life 2: Lost Coast (2005), Half-Life 2: Episode One (2006) and Half-Life 2: Episode Two (2007). The first game in the Portal series, set in the same universe as Half-Life, was released in 2007. Over the following decade, numerous Half-Life games were canceled, including Half-Life 2: Episode Three, a version of Half-Life 3, and games developed by Junction Point Studios and Arkane Studios. In 2020, after years of speculation, Valve released its flagship virtual reality game, Half-Life: Alyx. Set before Half-Life 2, players control Freeman's ally Alyx Vance in her quest to defeat the alien Combine.
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