Comments on: Half Life 2: Episode One /2008-reviews/321/half-life-2-episode-one/ Spotlight's Game Reviews Tue, 11 Oct 2011 09:45:55 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.0.1 By: Ghost /2008-reviews/321/half-life-2-episode-one/comment-page-1/#comment-5847 Ghost Sat, 16 Oct 2010 02:28:56 +0000 /2008/03/01/half-life-2-episode-one/#comment-5847 Would not recommend for those who deal with claustrophobia. In some areas you only have about a 2 inch diameter vision range. Even for me (I don't have claustrophobia) it can be really intense having a horde of zombies socking me in the darkness. Would not recommend for those who deal with claustrophobia. In some areas you only have about a 2 inch diameter vision range. Even for me (I don't have claustrophobia) it can be really intense having a horde of zombies socking me in the darkness.

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By: Jared /2008-reviews/321/half-life-2-episode-one/comment-page-1/#comment-3212 Jared Fri, 31 Jul 2009 14:14:52 +0000 /2008/03/01/half-life-2-episode-one/#comment-3212 This a very fun game and I recommend this for 14+. I am 13 but still found this game very entertaining. The gore is as bad as the first one so not too bad altogether. This game is much darker than the first one throughout the beginning. By darker I mean creepier and darker lighting. The first three or four levels of this game (out of six levels total) are either in tunnels, underground, or in a hospital. There is a part that might be scary for some, you flip a switch for a lift and the power goes out, zombies are everywhere coming at you from every direction. I think that that was the worse part in the entire. If you played the first one play this one. This a very fun game and I recommend this for 14+. I am 13 but still found this game very entertaining. The gore is as bad as the first one so not too bad altogether. This game is much darker than the first one throughout the beginning. By darker I mean creepier and darker lighting. The first three or four levels of this game (out of six levels total) are either in tunnels, underground, or in a hospital. There is a part that might be scary for some, you flip a switch for a lift and the power goes out, zombies are everywhere coming at you from every direction. I think that that was the worse part in the entire. If you played the first one play this one.

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By: Meggie /2008-reviews/321/half-life-2-episode-one/comment-page-1/#comment-3180 Meggie Sat, 25 Jul 2009 21:06:07 +0000 /2008/03/01/half-life-2-episode-one/#comment-3180 My friend has the 360 version, and the zombies only scream when they're on fire, while in mine, they scream like there's no tommorow. God bless @<a href="#comment-3168" rel="nofollow">Colonel Link</a>: My friend has the 360 version, and the zombies only scream when they’re on fire, while in mine, they scream like there’s no tommorow.
God bless
@Colonel Link:

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By: Colonel Link /2008-reviews/321/half-life-2-episode-one/comment-page-1/#comment-3168 Colonel Link Sat, 25 Jul 2009 03:11:56 +0000 /2008/03/01/half-life-2-episode-one/#comment-3168 None of the versions, be they PC, PS3, or 360, have any differences in content or gameplay. So if it's in the PC version, then it's most certainly in the 360 one. None of the versions, be they PC, PS3, or 360, have any differences in content or gameplay. So if it’s in the PC version, then it’s most certainly in the 360 one.

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By: Meggie /2008-reviews/321/half-life-2-episode-one/comment-page-1/#comment-3167 Meggie Sat, 25 Jul 2009 00:04:09 +0000 /2008/03/01/half-life-2-episode-one/#comment-3167 I know that in the Xbox360, they only scream when they're on fire, but in the computor version, they scream ALL THE TIME, and no parent would want their child playing that sort of a game at such a young age. So if you've only played the 360 version, it deffinately tells why you didn't know how bad their constant screaming is. God bless.@<a href="#comment-2687" rel="nofollow">Colonel Link</a>: I know that in the Xbox360, they only scream when they’re on fire, but in the computor version, they scream ALL THE TIME, and no parent would want their child playing that sort of a game at such a young age.
So if you’ve only played the 360 version, it deffinately tells why you didn’t know how bad their constant screaming is.
God bless.@Colonel Link:

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By: Meggie /2008-reviews/321/half-life-2-episode-one/comment-page-1/#comment-3159 Meggie Thu, 23 Jul 2009 19:40:17 +0000 /2008/03/01/half-life-2-episode-one/#comment-3159 Here, for those of you that don't belive that zombies scream, or they want to see just how bad it is, here's a link to hear how all of the zombies sound. (note, please have all children leave the room.) God bless. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCFdpOMiCzs @<a href="#comment-2658" rel="nofollow">Colonel Link</a>: Here, for those of you that don’t belive that zombies scream, or they want to see just how bad it is, here’s a link to hear how all of the zombies sound.
(note, please have all children leave the room.)
God bless.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCFdpOMiCzs
@Colonel Link:

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By: Colonel Link /2008-reviews/321/half-life-2-episode-one/comment-page-1/#comment-2687 Colonel Link Mon, 25 May 2009 14:37:29 +0000 /2008/03/01/half-life-2-episode-one/#comment-2687 @<a href="#comment-2682" rel="nofollow">Tim</a>: Good point. I guess they are kinda disturbing when set on fire. Makes it sound more like screaming. @Tim:
Good point. I guess they are kinda disturbing when set on fire. Makes it sound more like screaming.

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By: Tim /2008-reviews/321/half-life-2-episode-one/comment-page-1/#comment-2682 Tim Mon, 25 May 2009 04:08:17 +0000 /2008/03/01/half-life-2-episode-one/#comment-2682 Still, the fact the headcrabbed people are obviously in distress (more so when you set them on fire) has the potential to be extremely disturbing; it's pretty obvious from their tone of voice that they're not just random sounds. http://half-life.wikia.com/wiki/Standard_Zombie#Trivia <-List of what they say. Still, the fact the headcrabbed people are obviously in distress (more so when you set them on fire) has the potential to be extremely disturbing; it’s pretty obvious from their tone of voice that they’re not just random sounds.

http://half-life.wikia.com/wiki/Standard_Zombie#Trivia <-List of what they say.

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By: Colonel Link /2008-reviews/321/half-life-2-episode-one/comment-page-1/#comment-2673 Colonel Link Sun, 24 May 2009 18:39:10 +0000 /2008/03/01/half-life-2-episode-one/#comment-2673 @<a href="#comment-2659" rel="nofollow">Tim</a>: I'm sure everyone plays through their games with all the sound <em>backwards</em>. If you have to do some trick to find something bad in a game, it's not even worth mentioning. @Tim:
I’m sure everyone plays through their games with all the sound backwards. If you have to do some trick to find something bad in a game, it’s not even worth mentioning.

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By: Colonel Link /2008-reviews/321/half-life-2-episode-one/comment-page-1/#comment-2658 Colonel Link Fri, 22 May 2009 19:31:37 +0000 /2008/03/01/half-life-2-episode-one/#comment-2658 @<a href="#comment-2657" rel="nofollow">Meggie</a>: "Also, (just another warning) zombies are not only gory, but scream for help at the top of their lungs as they walk towards you in an awkward way." Uh, what? Zombies don't "scream for help". They walk at you while moaning, or just screaming. They can't talk, so how could they scream for help? @Meggie:
“Also, (just another warning) zombies are not only gory, but scream for help at the top of their lungs as they walk towards you in an awkward way.”
Uh, what? Zombies don’t “scream for help”. They walk at you while moaning, or just screaming. They can’t talk, so how could they scream for help?

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