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Black Mesa is the fan-made reimagining of Valve Software’s Half-Life. Black Mesa: Definitive Edition Update 1.5 brings together all the improvements to graphics and gameplay across 15 years of development to create the final version of Black Mesa. There has never been a better time to pick up the crowbar and play! Single Player Campaign You are Gordon Freeman, a theoretical physicist at the Black Mesa Research Facility. When a routine experiment goes horribly wrong, you must fight your way through an interdimensional alien invasion, and a bloodthirsty military clean-up crew in order to save the science team… and the world! A completely reimagined and refined single player campaign, including all new and expanded Xen levels 19 chapters of fighting through top-secret labs, running atop harsh desert landscapes, sneaking into abandoned railways, and leaping across dimensions Mind-Blowing graphics and effects, never before seen on the Source Engine Face off against an army of classic enemies, updated with new features and engaging AI Wield an arsenal of military hardware, scientific prototypes, and the iconic crowbar through incredibly detailed environments The all-new soundtrack and voice acting create a more immersive experience than ever before 50 Fun and challenging achievements.
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I loved Halflife from the first release and played the heck out of it for quite a few years off and on. The voices are the same person for a lot of characters but that is just one of the little things I like about it. Watching that documentary trailer they just released about the making of Black Mesa and hearing that voice again brought back memories and made me want to play it again. So here I am, about to start yet another play-through of Black Mesa. HalfLife was a fantastic game for its time, no doubt about that. But BM has brought it into current times. I love the added puzzles, one of the things I most enjoy about these kinds of games. It’s fun figuring out where a valve is that I need to go turn on in order to make something else happen. Equally fun is the surprise baddies you run into along the way. There is something so satisfying about getting a clean headshot to a “walker” in this game. I always found the story of HalfLife intriguing and interesting. You spend the better part of the first half of the game fighting “walkers”, aliens, and other weird stuff. The little guy that attaches to a person’s head reminds me of the movie Alien. But then you spend some parts of the game fighting soldiers that are trying to contain the situation and keep you in there.
- OS: Windows® 7 (32/64-bit)/Vista or Greater
- Processor: 2.6 Dual Core Processor or Greater
- Memory: 6 GB RAM
- Graphics: 2 GB Dedicated Video Card or Greater
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
- Network: Broadband Internet connection
- Storage: 20 GB available space