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Half-Life: Before – is a modification for Half-Life with new levels and story. Mod is based on Spirit of Half-Life 1.8 technology, that increases visual and functional component of the mod. You're playing as a Black Mesa scientist Andrew Winner.
Date de parution: 5 mar 2009
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This free, community made Mod requires that you own and install Half-Life.

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“Overall Half-Life: Before is a quality made mod, that will mostly appeal to people who like high challenge…”
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Half-Life: Before – is a modification for Half-Life with new levels and story. Mod is based on Spirit of Half-Life 1.8 technology, that increases visual and functional component of the mod.

You're playing as a Black Mesa scientist Andrew Winner. Your mission is to enter another world to find an artifact that will allow Black Mesa scientists to open portal in another world.

Features

  • Intense action
  • Set in Half-Life universe
  • High quality soundtrack
  • Spirit of Half-Life technology to enhance visuals
  • High definition models

Configuration requise

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows® 7 (32/64-bit)/Vista/XP
    • Processor: 1 ghz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 128MB Video Card with OpenGL support
    • Hard Drive: 4 GB available space
    • Additional Notes:
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En voilà un beau mod de merde tiens.

- 20 minutes de jeu
- Aucune intrigue
- Level-Design vide
- Ennemis revus
- Boss absolument bidon
- Effets sonores foireux

Je ne valide que pour les musiques pas forcément dégueulasses, et dans l'esprit Half-Life même si un peu bourrines.

J'attends la mise à jour 1.3 pour m'en faire un avis définitif, avec au programme une belle amélioration: enlever le jeu du magasin Steam.

Sérieusement, comment ce truc a fait pour passer greenlight ?
Posté le : 30 janvier 2014
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D'accord, c'est marrant malgré les bugs. Il y a de l'idée dans ce que ça pourrait donner, mais ça ne s'appelle pas un mod, ça s'appelle un niveau, et je dirais même un niveau test qui se termine en 10-15 minutes. Le boss m'a tout de même fait bien rire. Bref, c'est marrant à jouer vu la durée ridicule mais sans plus.
Posté le : 11 février 2014
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A masterpiece that is ahead of it's time. Only took me like twenty minutes to beat, but in those twenty minutes I also ate a sandwich and some biscuits, which made me enjoy myself. I eventually stopped paying attention to the game and just ate and ate. Then I went to the toilet and when I came back I found that I forgot to pause the game and I had died. Then I alt tabbed out of the game and watched an episode of House of Cards, checked my email, then came back to the game. Then I shot a thing and won the game. I then got up out of my seat, walked to the end of my room, then walked back and sat down again. Also my right shoulder was a bit itchy.

Tl;dr 500/4 It's OK -IGN
Posté le : 9 mars 2014
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Half Life:Before is an emotional journey of pain, laughs and tears. This game is really amazing and here's why.

The game opens up with a cutscene, something we've always wanted in a Half Life game, and despite a big ♥♥♥ cutscene, we get no insight on what our goal is, who our main character is, what purpose he has in the Half Life universe, this is good because it makes the game more cinematic.
As we progress through the cargo ship which is the only level in the whole game, we fight our way through vortigaunts... but wait! Isn't this game supposed to be taking place before the first Half Life? Well it is you dumb ♥♥♥♥, those vortigaunts are there to pad the game out so we can experience more of this masterpiece. But we venture further on through a poorly designed level to reach an easy elevator puzzle which I wish I could dwell on but that was way too complex that even writing more about it would hurt my brain too much for me to pass out.
We then climb up the ladder and come face to face with a group of... enemy soldiers? Why are they here? How the hell should I know like I said this game is way more inticrated than you might expect. So we still get no explanation, again making it more enduring and cinematic. After we defeat three enemy soldiers we then come across an NPC. Who is he exactly? He doesn't explain himself, but in theory this stays consistent with the game's convuluted tone which is great.
We then backtrack all the way to the other side of the boat again and come across more enemy soldiers and monsters who magically teleported onto the boat. After we defeat them easily like every other enemy in the game we have to take a leap of faith.
The boss battle is easily the best part of the game, another cutscene takes place showing us something that could've easily been seen by the player in a control state. He chases us around in a massive circle with an awkward idle animation. We defeat him without breaking a sweat and the game ends, and I'm not ♥♥♥♥ing around when I say this, but the effort has all been put in the end credits, I'm not ♥♥♥♥ing joking.

Also the game has typos.

10/10
Posté le : 11 mars 2014
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What the f*ck just happened?
Posté le : 28 avril 2014
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