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Data de lançamento: 1 Jun, 2006

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"In this episodic standalone follow-up to Half-Life 2, Gordon Freeman once again teams up with Alyx Vance as they try to escape a besieged City 17."

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Half-Life 2 vendeu mais de 4 milhões de cópias em todo o mundo, tendo ganho 35 prémios de Jogo do Ano. O Episode One é o primeiro de uma série de jogos que revelam o rescaldo de Half-Life 2, dando início a uma viagem para lá da Cidade 17. Também apresenta dois jogos multi-jogador. Também apresenta dois jogos multi-jogador. O Half-Life 2 não é necessário.

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    Mínimo: Processador a 1.7 GHz, 512MB de RAM, placa gráfica com suporte para DirectX® 8.1 (é requer suporte para SSE), Windows® 7 (32/64 bit)/Vista/XP, Rato, Teclado, Ligação à Internet

    Recomendado: Processador Pentium 4 (3.0GHz ou superior), 1GB de RAM, placa gráfica com de para DirectX® 9, Windows® 7 (32/64 bit) /Vista/XP, Rato, Teclado, Ligação à Internet

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Publicada: 15 de Novembro de 2015
As you may have heard, Episode One begins right where HL2 left off, with the destruction of the Combine Citadel. However, those of you who've been waiting for an answer to how Gordon and Alyx escaped the devastation are going to have to keep holding your breath. If anything, the revelation just gets weirder, instead of clearer. Either way, you're still at ground zero and must finish the Citadel once and for all, since your heroic feats in HL2 apparently just gave the enormous structure a case of indigestion. While you wander around in its bowels, you'll be treated to some more mysterious activities that will presumably be explained later on. In the meantime, you'll encounter the same enemies and use the same weapons, while engaging in mostly the same tactics. There are bridges you need to activate by throwing those energy balls at certain devices, and you'll make a lot more use of the gravity gun in general, but the physics puzzles have been downplayed. Instead, you'll be using the gun mostly to deal with path obstacles.

You'll also encounter the same enemies, save one, and he's just a twist on something you've encountered before. Furthermore, you won't find yourself dealing with much in the way of unusual architecture (save for the Citadel, but there's not much in there that you haven't seen before). The entirety of Episode One takes place in City 17. This is not a bad thing, but I would like to have seen some new areas of it, like sewers or office buildings at least. Instead, you'll be moving through parking structures, urban residences, ducts, and a few sub-basements. There are also no vehicles to drive, which is too bad because they were a lot of fun in HL2.

One of HL2's greatest strengths was its steady introduction of new area types and new creatures. The ant lions, the bridge over a gaping chasm, the prison, Ravenholm, Highway 17, the hover boat, the helicopters that can only be taken down with missiles, the striders -- there's a long list of neat things that HL2 did, and Episode One doesn't feel as fresh as a result, since it largely reuses previous content, and it doesn't advance the story as much as a four-hour experience should. There's plenty of conversation (minus Gordon, natch), but it largely deals with moment-to-moment details. The remainder is mostly devoted to new problems that aren't answered within the scope of this installment.

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Publicada: 20 de Dezembro de 2015
Half-Life 2: Episode One, inicialmente chamado por Half - Life 2: Aftermath é a 1ª parte de uma trilogia de expansões para o jogo Half-Life 2. O episódio tem início logo após o final de Half Life 2, após a rebelião em City 17. O jogo continua com uma história fantástica com muita ação e aventura, como tabém quase todos os meus itens, jogablidade e gráficos. igual ao Half-Life 2. Recomendo 8.5/10.
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3.5 hrs em registo
Publicada: 7 de Dezembro de 2015
O jogo é muito bom, apenas uma DLC de continuação. A história começa no momento seguinte onde a história do HL2 termina... jogo sensacional. Pena ser rápido.
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Publicada: 17 Janeiro
Excelente jogo, novas atualizações deixaram o jogo com imagens incríveis.
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Milestones In Gaming Never Get Old

There is not a lot left to say about HL2. We all agree that it lifted the genre to the next the level.

I have to confess however that I haven't played HL2 Episode One at all during the last 9 years and that I did not even touch it during the last 4 years that I have it in my library.

This 9 year old Stand-Alone Expansion of HL2 is perfect: story, characters, puzzles, innovation, action, design and even the graphics are still on a very high level and way ahead of some newer games. And it runs like butter...

New features like
VR or 3D Vision
lift HL2 in general into the new age of virtual reality, of gaming. I played it with 3D vision and had a great blast wandering through City 17, the Citadel.


If you have it in your library since a long time, but never touched it, never installed it - like I did. Do not wait any longer. 9 years have been enough. GREAT GAME.
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