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Old Feb 21, 2021, 05:50 AM   #61
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Meh blue shift is the only bad half life game and a fair way below the others.
I actually liked Blue Shift the best of all the original HL games.

For some reason original HL didn't really resonate with me. Everyone has always raved about it, but I just didn't enjoy it that much.
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Old Feb 21, 2021, 04:05 PM   #62
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I actually liked Blue Shift the best of all the original HL games.

For some reason original HL didn't really resonate with me. Everyone has always raved about it, but I just didn't enjoy it that much.
I remember being blown away by the upgraded graphics.
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Opposing Force was a good twist on the original though.
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I actually liked Blue Shift the best of all the original HL games.
Why did you like it so much? I can't remember anything new or interesting about it. I think the pacing was a little off but it's been a while.
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I actually liked Blue Shift the best of all the original HL games.

For some reason original HL didn't really resonate with me. Everyone has always raved about it, but I just didn't enjoy it that much.
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Why did you like it so much? I can't remember anything new or interesting about it. I think the pacing was a little off but it's been a while.
I did like Blue Shift, for what it was. It's short, focused, and good quality. Not very innovative though, not pushing any boundaries. Opposing Force was bombastic and had all kinds of new concepts and crap, super fun but almost broken and included a wide range of quality elements... typical of alot of PC gaming of the time.
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