From StrategyWiki, the video game walkthrough and strategy guide wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

Half-Life 2
Box artwork for Half-Life 2.
Developer(s)Valve Corporation
Publisher(s)
Distributor(s)Steam
Release date(s)
Windows icon.png
Windows
Xbox icon.png
Xbox
Mac OS icon.png
Mac OS
Linux icon.png
Linux
Genre(s)FPS
System(s)Windows, Xbox, Mac OS, Linux
Players1
Mode(s)Single player, Multiplayer
Rating(s)
ESRB: ESRB M.png Mature
Preceded byHalf-Life
Followed byHalf-Life 2: Episode One
SeriesHalf-Life
Websitehttp://www.half-life2.com
PCGamingWiki
Neoseeker Related Pages
TwitterSearch
FacebookSearch
Google+Search
TwitchHalf-Life 2 Channel
YouTube GamingHalf-Life 2 Channel

Half-Life 2 was developed by Valve Software and was released on November 16, 2004 for Windows following a 5-year development cycle, and later on Steam and the Xbox. The game gained almost unanimous praise and acclaim for its story, fluidity and the gameplay in general. The game was bundled with Counter-Strike: Source, a remake of a critically-acclaimed total-conversion mod for the original Half-Life. Half-Life 2: Deathmatch was later released via Steam and was free to download for all owners of Half-Life 2. The full game was included in an updated form with The Orange Box compilation for Windows, Steam, Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3.

You are Dr. Gordon Freeman, theoretical physicist and one of the only survivors of the Black Mesa incident. Finding yourself on a train to who-knows-where, you are plunged into a world oppressed by an alien empire, a world fraught with dangers that you, a mere scientist, will have to overcome.

Table of Contents

Getting Started