Sie kehren als Militärspezialist zur Black Mesa Research Facility zurück. Ihr Auftrag: Gordon Freeman zu eliminieren. Erleben Sie eine völlig neue Episode voller Action im Einzelspielermodus. Sie treffen auf gefährliche Alien-Gegner und können mit neuen Waffen experimentieren.
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Veröffentlichung: 1. Nov. 1999

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Sie kehren als Militärspezialist zur Black Mesa Research Facility zurück. Ihr Auftrag: Gordon Freeman zu eliminieren. Erleben Sie eine völlig neue Episode voller Action im Einzelspielermodus. Sie treffen auf gefährliche Alien-Gegner und können mit neuen Waffen experimentieren. DMC wurde von der "Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences" zum Spiel des Jahres gekrönt.

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    Mindestanforderung: 500-MHz-Prozessor, 96 MB RAM, 16 MB-Grafikkarte, Windows XP, Maus, Tastatur, Internetverbindung

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4 von 4 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
17.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14. August 2015
This game is amazing, its almost better than Half Life itself, i personally recommend People to play this first, had so much fun with this Game.
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1 von 1 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16. Januar
Half Life: Opposing Force erzählt die Ereignisse aus Half Life aus einer ganz anderen Perspektive. Es stehen einige neue Waffen zur Verfügung, um sich den Weg durch neue Level oder auch aus dem Hauptspiel bekannte Orte zu bahnen. Die Erweiterung passt sehr gut zum Konzept von Half Life. Alle, die mit dem Hauptspiel Freude hatten, werden auch Spaß an Opposing Force haben.
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2 von 3 Personen (67%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
7.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 18. August 2015
Würdiges Add-On mit neuen Aliens (Race X) und einigen erfrischenden Ideen.
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29 von 30 Personen (97%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
11.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 4. Januar
Oh man, oh man, oh man.
I was both curious and a little worried after HL - how can a totally new person (Shephard corporal) lead the story, and how will the story go on without Gordon Freeman. As I mentioned in my HL review, I wasn't too happy with Half Life's pacing - the environmental changes that were supposed to delay you were all too random-like - it was just obvious that game mechanics with the sole purpose of slowing you down. It was really unreal. Similarly, it kind of bothered me that even though Gordon IS the archetype of the clever protagonist, the man of science who rises and fights back - it's just surreal that every other scientist is older than him, and can't protect themselves at all. Hell, Gordon was more capable of fighting than the guards, employed by Black Mesa.

So, back to Opposing Force. You play with a soldier (not a bad guy, you don't need to kill scientists if you don't want to) , and your standard gear will be a Deser Eagle and a combat knife - I really liked how realistic this part is compared to Gordon's. The story and the character harmonizes, your character, and even HIS ACTIONS have their part and place in the story. Additionally, claimed by wiki it's his training, Shephard can climb ropes, which is an intresting mechanic in the game, and opens new dimensions in movement and game variety.

And at this point I still have 3 great things to say about the game, but they are kind of interlope -
first of all, the game introduces numerous new weapons - M249 (brutal machinegun), Displacer Cannon, Sniper rifle, the already mentioned Deser Eagle and then - New alien weapons! The rocket-launcher-like Spore Gun, the Shock Roach (my favourite) and the Barnacle Grapple.

Second great thing is partly about Barnacle Grapple - it can be used as a good-ish melee weapon, but it's main usage is just crazy - it can stick to any organic surface, including some pods on the walls, that appeared along with the alien invasion. You have a grapple that can be used to close distances and move around some parts of the map - it's just brilliant.
The Second Great Thing is the creativity of level design. FINALLY the expansion, while being shorter than the base game, uses it's features much more frequently, while inserting these into the game almost flawlessly. There are not only "push the box 3 metres to the right to jump" parts, there is a part when the same box needed to be used 3 times! I guess this is because they knew that after playing the base game, the player will know that they can be moved, and as s/he's accustomed with the feature, can use it in a more varied way.

And the third great things is the overall game integrity. It's good, in my opinion way better than the base game was. There is way less button pressing - once you need to free a medic to take care of the engineer, who can afterwards open a door with a flame cutter. Much intresting than pressing two buttons, isn't it? Most blockades during the game are legit - a huge worm or pillars of flame in the waste burner(?). Things that delay your progress won't just randomly happen, but your way goes through paths where they delaying elements DO exist, making - at least in my eye - Opposing Force a much more immersive game then the original story.

(On the sidenote - bossfight was less monumental, but far less frustrating than repeadly missing jumps in the shower of electric discharges of Nihilanth)

I won't throw numbers around, but while I felt Half-Life was fun/good, I *loved* Opposing Force. I wholeheartedly recommend this purchase if you enjoyed the base game, and you're intrested in the expanded story.
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31 von 38 Personen (82%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
6.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28. Oktober 2015
Pros:

+ locations
+ atmosphere
+ variety of enemies
+ great set of weapons
+ sound effects
+ very good story
+ cool end boss
+ memorable ending scene
+ fantastic gameplay

Cons:

- a little too short

One word review: Awesome

8/10
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