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Articles related to Half-Life 2: Episode Two
Title: Uncertainty Principle
Author: Alastair Toft AKA MisterAddy
Release date: 26 September 2015
DISCLAIMER: MisterAddy, the creator of this mod, is a member of the LambdaGeneration staff. I apologize in advance if you find this review somewhat biased.
Comics! Who doesn’t like comics? The Half-Life fanbase has created some fantastic material through the years. From 1998′s Walter’s World to the recent hit A Place in the West, we’ve compiled all of the creations that help document artists’ love for the Half-Life series. Maybe these can also help fill that Half-Life 3-shaped void in your soul.
After some time in hibernation our podcast, All Things Lambda has risen from the ashes with a new episode.
Fallout 4 has just been announced and there’s still no Half-Life 3 on the horizon. With no new content, fans have to create their own fun. Fan theories are an excellent way to revisit old material and put a new spin on it. So I present an hypothesis:
Chell and Alyx Vance might be related.
I first met the folks of Half-Life 2: Episode Two Done Quick in the Twitch chat of a stream I was doing for the Black Mesa countdown. Later, they were kind enough to answer some questions I had about EP2DQ, their relationship with Half-Life, and how they got into speed-running. Check it out after the jump.
A while back the SourceRuns team had done a segmented speedrun of Half-Life 2 known as Half-Life 2 Done With a High Magnitude of Velocity (DWaHMoV). Since then they’ve done runs of Portal, Portal 2 and some mods, but now they have come out with their next big segmented run: Half-Life 2: Episode Two – Done Quick or EP2DQ for short. Check it out in it’s full glory after the jump.
This is an editorial by Lilgreenman discussing the community’s reactions to Gabe Newell’s most recent comments about the future of the Half-Life series that were made at GDC 2015 as part of the first episode of the GameSlice podcast hosted by Geoff Keighley. All views expressed in this article are his own.
If Ravenholm wasn’t spooky enough, Transmissions : Element 120 is a single player mod set in the Half-Life universe following the events of Half-Life 2: Episode 2. After two years in the making, the mod has finally been released.
Happy 10th Birthday Half-Life 2!
It was today, November 16th 10 years ago in 2004 when Valve first released Half-Life 2 for the PC.
To celebrate, LambdaGeneration is hosting a live 24-hour playthrough of the game.