Download Half-Life 2: Episode One

First Person Shooter - Half-Life 2: Episode One is the sequel to the first part of the second original game, which became almost the best-selling sequel in history. In the story, we start playing with an additional character, Alyx Vance. Gordon Freeman along with her must escape from city 17. While the Alliance citadel, which Freeman has nearly destroyed, may take the life of the entire city with it, our heroes must leave the city.

At the beginning of the game we see the citadel, which is crumbling before Gordon's eyes. A falling monitor comes into the frame, where chairman Breen asks the protagonist, "you've destroyed too much, but what have you created?". From here begins the philosophy, told until the 5th, the final chapter of the story.

Half-Life 2: Episode One is a full-fledged add-on that does not require a second installment of the original game. Events within the story are related by the fact that it is a direct continuation of the second part, but the game was developed independently of the gameplay and graphics of the original.

The game offers full interaction with Alyx's artificial intelligence. For example, you will more than once save your partner with a flashlight to illuminate the enemies during the absence of the gravity gun, so that the heroine can shoot at them. Also, the AI is developed towards mental interaction: Vance will comment on our actions, determine our intentions, give us the right rhythm to play.

The developers left only the artificial intelligence of the enemies, which have not become smarter, but now they know the map better and move on you at any suspicion. Shooting physics and overall bullet ballistics have also been improved.

Many players admit that the first episode was a cult achievement for the developer studio, because Half-Life is the first story picture with such a success.

Half-Life 2: Episode One screenshots:

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Half-Life 2: Episode One free download

Release Year: 2006
Developer: Valve
OS: 7, 8, 10
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 1,8 GHz / AMD Athlon 64 2000+
Graphics: Nvidia Geforce 6600 / Radeon X1300
Memory: 512 Mb
Steam Reviews: Extremely positive 95% Of the 14,107 reviews, positive.

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