Feito pela Gearbox Software e originalmente lançado em 2001 como um complemento de Half-Life, Blue Shift é uma volta à Black Mesa Research Facility no qual você joga como Barney Calhoun, o segurança braço direito de Gordon que o ajudou em muitas situações perigosas.
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Data de lançamento: 1/jun/2001

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"Play as Barney Calhoun on the second expansion to Half-Life. If you enjoyed the storytelling and environment of the original, this one is for you."

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Feito pela Gearbox Software e originalmente lançado em 2001 como um complemento de Half-Life, Blue Shift é uma volta à Black Mesa Research Facility no qual você joga como Barney Calhoun, o segurança braço direito de Gordon que o ajudou em muitas situações perigosas.

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    Mínimo: processador de 500 MHz, 96 MB de RAM, placa de vídeo com 16 MB, Windows XP, mouse, teclado, conexão à internet

    Recomendado: processador de 800 MHz, 128 MB de RAM, placa de vídeo com 32 MB ou mais, Windows XP, mouse, teclado, conexão à internet

    Minimum: OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.3, 1GB RAM, 4GB Hard Drive Space,NVIDIA GeForce 8 or higher, ATI X1600 or higher, or Intel HD 3000 or higher Mouse, Keyboard, Internet Connection
    Minimum: Linux Ubuntu 12.04, Dual-core from Intel or AMD at 2.8 GHz, 1GB Memory, nVidia GeForce 8600/9600GT, ATI/AMD Radeaon HD2600/3600 (Graphic Drivers: nVidia 310, AMD 12.11), OpenGL 2.1, 4GB Hard Drive Space, OpenAL Compatible Sound Card

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3 de 3 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
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6.6 hrs registradas
Publicada: 14 de junho
nesse half life você entra na pele de Barney Calhoun, que era um guarda da Black Mesa.
simplesmente fantastico. pra quem ja jogou half life antes é bem divertido e agitado, pra quem não jogou antes pode ser um pouco dificil de jogar no começo mas depois tudo fica mais claro.
recomendo muito vale muito a pena.

Esse jogo também possui "todas" as caracteristicas de half life, só que é menor. Podemos dizer que ele é um "half life concentrado", mas isso não faz do jogo pior ou melhor do que outro. Vejo pessoas dizendo "esse jogo nunca vai ser comparado a Half Life/ Half life 2", se for pra comparar, podemos comparar com HL2 Episode 1.
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1 de 1 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
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Publicada: 26 de junho
o jogo é mto legal
Vc joga com o Barney
e vê o Hl1 do ponto de vista do Barney
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Publicada: 6 de julho
Gráficos ✓
Historia ✓
Barney ✓
Outro lado da historia , complementando a historia principal ✓
Jogabilidade ✓
Variação de armas ✓
Dificuldade ✓
Nostalgia ✓

10/10
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24 de 28 pessoas (86%) acharam esta análise útil
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Publicada: 21 de fevereiro
Half Life 1 was a fantastic first person shooting game released somewhere around 1999. This Blue Shift is the second rather dull expansion pack for Half Life 1. To be blunt, the first expansion Opposing Force is better, because it offers more guns, new gameplay mechanics and a lot of new monsters. Blue Shift however offers nothing new except new levels that will take you under 4 hours to complete the first time around.

Blue Shift takes you through Black Mesa and Xen once again when everything goes wrong and aliens invade. You start the expansion riding the tram to work (just like Half Life 1) after taking an optional training course that is literally the same training course from Half Life 1.

The gameplay is more challenging than the original game in both good and bad ways. The good way is the game shows off its artificial intelligence by pitting you... Barney Calhoun, a blue shift security guard at Black Mesa, against hundreds of marines sent into the Black Mesa facility. Usually you fight 10 marines at a time in wide open areas. The enemies will scatter when you throw grenades, run away from you, try to flank you and fan out so you're not shooting enemies like dominoes.

The negative ways that the expansion is challenging comes from several dark areas with dozens of head crabs jumping at you around every turn. It feels cheap compared to Half Life 1 and Opposing Force.

There are a few shining lights for this expansion and that is rescuing scientists, although it's not much of a rescue, because any of them can die and it doesn't matter. The expansion also dabbles in having an important character Dr. Rosenburg that you will rescue and he will guide you to the end of the expansion. Guide you as in briefly tell you what to do through believable voice acting.

In all this is a lackluster expansion compared to the previous one and feels more like a level pack... without levels, just one continuous game. Chances are you can get this expansion with one of the deluxe Half Life 1 games, so save some money and get Blue Shift there instead.
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Publicada: 7 de fevereiro
Best part of the game: Watching Gordon get dragged by the two grunts whose heads I'd love to smash with a brick.

Not because the game is bad and that's the best it offered. Just because I love when games/sagas or, in this case, the expansions of a game connect with each other in such direct ways.

Blue Shift was pretty good. Incredibly short, it takes the average gamer four hours on Hard (I presume) to beat, but it was good nonetheless. You simply would expect more from a franchise with an assload of long, and sometimes, very challenging chapters. They didn't add anything new in this expansion (as in guns or creatures), but it's not a bad thing from a storyline standpoint, since the game takes place on Black Mesa, near the same sectors you're in when you play as Gordon in Half-Life. The only "complaint", I'd say, is that the game was very short. But I enjoyed it, seeing things through Calhoun's eyes (I love Barney, got a damn crush on him) was interesting, and some parts were very well made and well thought-out. Not going to spoil for those who want to play, but to those who have played it: Chapter 6, "Power Struggle". Dynamite detonator box. Barrel on a corner to your right. You played the game; you might understand.

I recommend it, but only if you have played Half-Life. I doubt you'll enjoy it if you haven't played it. Quite the contrary, I think you'd find it dull. So buy it and play it if you want some more of Half-Life in the Black Mesa Facility.
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