Originalmente planejado como uma parte do capítulo Rodovia 17 de Half-Life 2, Lost Coast é uma demonstração jogável de tecnologia que introduz a iluminação High Dynamic Range à engine Source.
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Data de lançamento: 27/out/2005

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"Half-Life 2: Lost Coast is a small additional level for the 2004 first-person shooter video game Half-Life 2"
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Originalmente planejado como uma parte do capítulo Rodovia 17 de Half-Life 2, Lost Coast é uma demonstração jogável de tecnologia que introduz a iluminação High Dynamic Range à engine Source.

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    Mínimo: Processador Pentium 4 2.4GHz ou AMD 2800+, 1GB de RAM, placa de vídeo com DirectX 9, Windows XP, Mouse, Teclado, Conexão com a Internet

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7 de 7 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
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Publicada: 27 de outubro de 2014
Apenas uma fase, mas são bem legais os comentários da equipe, mostram como fizeram para renderizar a água com reflexo, como foi feito os efeitos de luz e comentam sobre as atualizações na engine deles. O que achei mais legal foi uma citação de como a fase é feita, a idéia de cores, local utilizado e intuito deles ao utilizarem esses aspectos.

Para quem é fã vale a pena dar uma conferida de meia hora para conhecer, pena que está tudo em inglês, então precisa entender alguma coisa para aproveitar os comentários.
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Com apenas alguns minutos de duração, Lost Coast é uma fase adicional ao Half Life 2 original. Foi criado com intuito de demonstrar uma nova técnica de iluminação que estava sendo desenvolvida, sendo portanto uma espécie de demonstração jogável. Apesar de o jogo não adicionar em nada em termos de história, é bastante interessante, principalmente por causa dos comentários inclusos, que nos contam um pouco sobre como o jogo foi feito. Recomendado para os fãs da série. BOM (7/10).
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Publicada: 8 de novembro de 2014
"there was gaben voice"
10/10
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Publicada: 20 de dezembro de 2014
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Oh God, how did i spend 8 hours playing a tech demo?

They promised us so much during the early access pre-alpha 40 years ago, yet I still barely see any progress. This isn't the immersive open-world survival I have been waiting for, but still totally worth 8 hours of your time.

60$ well spent
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Publicada: 20 de dezembro de 2014
Our lord and saviour Gabe Newell's voice made me do magic things in my pants. 10/10
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Publicada: 3 de novembro de 2014
This really isn't much of a game, but more of a tech demo for the technical geeks. This little gem includes most elements found in its complete game, Half-Life 2. Originally planned as a section of the Highway 17 chapter of Half-Life 2, this unused concept was scrapped, possibly due to time constraints or maybe based upon the fact that this game is a prototype all on its own.

This demo details various visual and graphic capabilities that are found in that said complete game. All the while, this ''game'' just shows how immensely strong the Source engine is, considering it was pretty new for its time back in 2004, and how it would become the most essential game engine to date, what with various Valve and 3rd party games being built on top of this incredible engine. The most clear concept that is shown off is the high dynamic range lightning that is now most commonly used in nearly all of Valve's games.

There isn't much of a story or a narrative in this demo, you're none other than Gordon Freeman, who is stranded on a lost coastal cliff, (The clue is in the title.) that you must climb up to destroy a Combine artillery launcher in a monastery, which is rebelling and attacking a nearby town. Though this is just one massive chunk of a technological demonstration, it has several story elements that didn't make the cut in the final game. As a result, this level received a good response from the community, as if the fans haven't been missing anything at all.

While I would say, this game is very interesting if you love to dig down and unearth various unused game content and maybe discover a little of the history that had been closed.
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Publicada: 20 de outubro de 2014
i got gabens email 10000000000000000000000000000000000000/10
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Publicada: 13 de outubro de 2014
Half-Life 2: Lost Coast came bundled with Counter-Strike: Source. It is not worth buying this game seperately because it only has about an hour worth of gameplay, but if you get it in a bundle, it's worth 1 hour of your time.
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Publicada: 20 de janeiro
Оригинальный сюжет,хорошее повествование,незатянутая...
10\10
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Publicada: 31 de outubro de 2014
For you who are wondering, it's not a game. It's more of a demo to show off how pretty everything is. And everything sure is pretty. The gameplay itself is nothing incredible, just shoot few combines, shoot a heli and done.
So yeah, you should play it for the pretty graphics, not the gameplay.
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Publicada: 25 de novembro de 2014
The exciting sequel to Telltale Interactive's smash hit "System Shock", you take the role of Morgan Freeman in a heart-wrenching tale of love, life, and family.

<3/10
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Publicada: 25 de outubro de 2014
This is a 20 minute long half-life game designed to show how realistic scenes can be made. It includes commentaries that explain valves level-making tactics and strategies. The game also includes a video stress test, which is nice.
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Publicada: 7 de dezembro de 2014
Just a little tech demo, with some commentary from the great Valve team, it was worth it just to hear Gabe Newell's voice.
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Publicada: 17 de fevereiro
Half-Life 2: Lost Coast is a small additional level for the game, playing out in the Half-Life 2 storyline. This release was originally put out as a showcase for developer Valve's HDR Lighting technology, with new gameplay to demonstrate the new effects.
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Publicada: 9 de outubro de 2014
Short mission, very pretty map.
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Publicada: 16 de novembro de 2014
It's just a previev of new graphic possibilities for Source Engine, don't really download it. But i need to say, source is great!
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Publicada: 26 de novembro de 2014
I didn't actually buy this game at $40. Because when I bought Half Life 2 and all of the episodes, it came with it. And people who are saying it is a massive download, it is because if you don't have any of the Half Life 2 games installed, you'll left with all of the entities, textures, dialogue, etc to download. For me, I installed all of the HL2 games first, and the download for Lost Coast was only 400mb. And also, yes this game is too brief. It took me around .4 hours to beat (people who are oblivious of what .4 is, it is 20 minutes) But yes, it was a huge disappointment to people who actually bought this expansion for $40 and only played a maximum of .4 hours. I don't recommnend buying it from its general store page, but buy the Half Life 2 games first, because in total, they are $26. And since this game is an expansion, like I said prior to making this statement, it's going to come with your HL2 games anyway. So, don't buy it at full price, buy three of the HL2 games instead.
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Publicada: 23 de dezembro de 2014
Great little demo game, one map, to show off the power the Source Engine had in 2005, and on today's computers, it still looks amazing. One of the main things this game shows off is HDR, or High Dynamic Range, which mimics your eye's pupil in response to differing levels of light. Give it a try!
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Publicada: 20 de outubro de 2014
Okay, Im going to stay away from my traditional reviews and just put out a short one. First of all, THIS IS NOT A GAME!!! It is a tech demo released by Valve to showcase the amazing graphics and lighting that the legendary Source engine has to offer. "But it is a game because I can play it and stuff like that" (says everyone who doesn't know how this works) Now, although you "can play it and stuff like that," it is still Valve's way of showing you their hard work.
Originally planned as a level in the Highway 17 chapter of Half-Life 2, it was then put out as a standalone game...I mean tech demo that, in my opinion, isn't worth $39.99.
This "game" only takes about 15-20 minutes to complete. You start off on some beach with no context at all, and I mean NONE. You meet a fisherman and he says that you have to destroy the combine's "weapon". He grants you access to where they are patrolling and you have to fight your way to a church. This is where the tech demo shows it's true purpose. You will be greeted with a fascinating sight as this "game" shows you amazing lighting and visuals. If I would be rating this game on it's graphics, it would be a 10/10.
After you kill a couple more combine and shoot down a hunter chopper, you take a lift back down to the fisherman. Sadly, that's where the tech demo ends.
I would recommend buying The Orange Box (which is how I got it) or buying the Half-Life Complete Pack. Like I said before, the tech demo doesn't seem worth $39.99.
Overall the "game" is great. And if Valve is reading this, a price drop would be greatly appreciated. The final verdict for this tech demo is an 8/10
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Publicada: 30 de setembro de 2014
Just a showcase.
Developer commentary in place if you want to listen the employees of Vavle speak about how they made the one level and some other stuff about new mechanics.
Other than that, it's a nice little gameplay.
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