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Half-Life 1 Anthology - PC

Platform : Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows XP
Rated: Mature
35 customer reviews

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  • 4 exciting tiles in 1 great action-adventure compilation
  • Survive killer aliens in Half-Life's plot-driven, complex world
  • Explore restricted areas of mysterious government facility in Blue Shift
  • Opposing Force offers new arsenal of weapons and 12+ multiplayer maps
  • Team-based multiplayer game, Team Fortress Classic
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Product Description

This is the must-have collection for those who haven't yet experienced the thrill of Half-Life. Discover the danger and thrills of the entire Half-Life universe with this full suite of games, expansions, mods and more. A variety of real-world, experimental, and alien-world weapons 32 player Internet/LAN support Worldcraft 2.0 beta level editor included

From the Manufacturer

Half-Life 1 Anthology features four exciting tiles in one great compilation. Titles include Half-Life, Half-Life Blue Shift, Half-Life Opposing Force, and Team Fortress Classic.

Half-Life features an integrated storyline with stunning visual effects and a huge, sprawling environment filled with aliens determined to hunt you down and kill you. You no longer just point and shoot--Half-Life is a dynamic, plot-driven, complex world where you need to play smart to survive. Monsters have a strong instinct for self-preservation. They will duck, jump, hide behind barriers to avoid gunfire, and even retreat if feeling threatened. Superior AI drives these behaviors and they are different for each species. Plus you can choose from 18 different weapons, ranging from a crowbar to laser-guided rockets.

Half-Life Blue Shift
In Blue Shift, players are challenged to take on the role of the Black Mesa security guard and explore restricted areas of the mysterious government facility. Blue Shift also contains the Half-Life HD Pack, which automatically upgrades the weapons and characters of all the games in the Half-Life saga with new high-definition content.

Half-Life Opposing Force
Built upon the amazing technology and with the visceral action of the original, Opposing Force returns you to the Black Mesa Research facility as one of the military specialists sent in to eliminate Gordon Freeman. The new single-player experience included is massive and incredibly challenging. Opposing Force also contains a completely new arsenal of weapons and over 12 new multiplayer maps created by many of the gaming industry’s all-star designers.

Team Fortress Classic
The hugely popular team-based multiplayer game, Team Fortress Classic, runs on top of the Half-Life engine.

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  • ASIN: B000AOE4BM
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 1 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 26, 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,173 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By CMF on December 20, 2005
I just bought this game yesterday, and when I got online and looked at some of the reviews I was a little worried about how well it would play, due to the Steam game engine. The fact that it only comes with one cd-rom disc for 4 games also had me a little concerned.

However, once everything was installed, there's been no problems. Despite what some reviews might say, you CAN PLAY THIS GAME OFFLINE.

Once you've installed the game, and set up your Steam account, put in the cd key, etc. you can simply click the game icon and the steam account will try to start up, but once it realises you're not online it'll give you the option of playing in offline mode.

My computer didn't suffer any lags or gameplay problems, so aside from the fact that setting up the Steam account and downloading the updates will take almost 3 hours on a 56k.

For the price, it's a good deal. just don't be surprised when you can't play it right out of the box.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Sam Whaley on May 8, 2006
The way I see it, Steam is fine if you have the correct specs. Although, even though I'm all for anti-piracy, Steam does take it a tad far.

Although, it's a good package overall. Some things I might want to point out though... if you have a dial-up connection or no internet connection at all, I do not recommend this package. Steam requires an internet connection, and updates can take a very long time on dial-up. Your best bet is probably an older copy, most likely the Platinum edition. That contains everything in this package, plus Counter-Strike.

Now, about this being a 'downgrade' from the previous Platinum edition... it's not, really. As far as I know, the version included in Platinum is 1.5, and the current version is 1.6. Plus, 1.5 can be downloaded for free legally, I think. But it shouldn't really matter, either version works.

But the game is superb... even after it being released for quite a while. Good for me though, HL2 doesn't even run on my graphics card... heh... but all the expansions are great, very fun.

So, if you haven't already.. get this. If you have bad internet or anything I said above, or don't have Counter-Strike already, or don't like Steam, or etc., get Platinum. But either way, both great buys.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By quiksilver723 on February 7, 2007
I've seen a few reviews that talk about how outdated the game is and honestly they are right. But what can you expect from a game that's almost 10 years old? The graphics and sound are obviously lacking in comparison to today's standards but I'm one of those guys who judge games based on gameplay and not raw horsepower. And Half Life: Anthology has plenty of gameplay to go around.

I want to address Steam first. I do not like Steam at all. I think it's a poor way to package a sell a product to consumers. Now I do know why Valve is so sensitive about piracy and all. But there's gotta be a better way to prevent it than this. Steam is just a shear annoyance in my opinion. Now with that said though I haven't had any problem running any of my games with Steam. But I do know for a fact that if you have anything less than a DSL connection you should not getting any game that requires Steam. When I bought HL2: EP1 it took me several hours to download the program which is a far cry from just installing directly from a CD. But if I had a choice I'd do away with Steam and find an alternative because Valve is really turning away a chunk of their market by this approach.

Now with that outta the way lets talk about the game. Now as I've already stated, as well as many others here, Half Life is a outdated game in terms of graphics and sound quality. But that definately does not take away from the action and intensity that this provides you. The battles are fierce and challenging and the AI is not too shabby either. And I've jumped several times when a head crab has lunged toward the screen. The storyline is interesting also. I think I'd prefer some cutscences or narration to help flesh it out a bit more but its not bad. But take my advice, talk to the NPCs when you can.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By El Cubiche on January 25, 2007
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I bought this version of Half-Life simply because I wanted to go back and play it (to the end this time) but had lost my CD key for my older copy. (The older copy was also not Windows XP-friendly). This is a very cheap way to play Half-life, etc. again. You do need a high-speed internet connection, it does take a few steps and some patience to load the games, and the graphics are improved, but still dated. This is my first experience with Steam, and I have no problems to report. My only minor complaint is that the game does not work with a joystick for some reason. You may have to mess with the coding based on what I've seen on the net for this feature. But even playing the game with a hand on the keyboard and the other on the mouse, it is still a great experience overall.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By N. Ashe on September 2, 2012
If you are a fan of first person shooters and have not yet picked up a Half-Life game, you have been living under a very depressing rock. Half-Life 1 is the first in a series of wildly popular games following our favorite crowbar-wielding scientist: Gordon Freeman.


Gameplay: Half-Life's gameplay isn't like your run of the mill Xbox 360 FPS. It isn't designed to make you sad, or angry, or anything, really, except for excited and curious. The gameplay is a lot like a run n' gun, but with puzzles and some tactics. There is constantly some new enemy being thrown at you, whether it is Human or Xenian. This game doesn't change if you replay it, but it is something I replay every once in a while for nostalgia's sake (and to help with the wait for BM:S - Sept. 14th is the "release date")
I give the gameplay a 5/5

Graphics: I'm just going to say this now to get it out of the way, you cannot compare a game's graphics from 1998 with a modern game from 2012 - That would be just silly. For its time, the graphics were amazing. It was a fully 3D, 16-bit engine with amazing visuals and detail. It really was the Cryengine of '98. The engine still blows me away today with mods such as Cry of Fear and Aftermath making something on par with modern engines with an engine from 1998.
The graphics are definitely a 5/5

Story: Half-Life had a story that was very unique and still is today. Yes, you are just an ordinary scientist who ends up in a series of unfortunate events (not referencing the books), but I cannot think of a story as well developed and unique as Half-Life's.
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