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'Foxtrot Uniform' - A New Live Action Half-Life Fan Film, Coming Soon

A new Half-Life Fan Film is in the works, and it looks promising.

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Combine Road – Music Parody Album

Half-Life Combine Road – Music Parody Album

Combine Road is a 5-track parody album, based on the HL universe, created by Jonathan Lewis, the awesome composer who created the amazing G-Man’s Last Breath, and Phillip Marlowe, the creator of PlanetPhillip himself!

Combine Road features 5 parody songs: “Episode Three’s Just Fine” (a parody of The Middle by Jimmy Eat World); “Freeman” (a parody of Russians, by Sting); “My Combine Bride” (a parody of I Will Survive by Gloria Gaynor); “Kinky Doctor Kleiner” (a parody of Dirty Diana by MJ) and “You Ain’t Nothing But A Headcrab” (a parody of Hound Dog by Elvis Presley).

Every single one of these songs is pretty awesome and hilarious, so check the album out at its official website!

http://www.combineroad.com/

The Third Annual Saxxy Awards is here!

Team Fortress The Third Annual Saxxy Awards is here!

So you’re playing some Team Fortress 2 when all of a sudden you turn into solid gold. You were just killed by a player wearing a tuxedo, holding a small golden statuette of a shirtless, hairy Australian man. You may say to yourself “I hate my life and everything in it”, or you may ask yourself “wait, how can I get one of those things”?

The answer, my friend, is to win the Saxxy Awards.

Voting Goes Live For Team Fortress 2’s Second Annual Saxxy Awards!

Team Fortress Voting Goes Live For Team Fortress 2’s Second Annual Saxxy Awards!

The only time voting has ever been exciting, terrifying, and completely nerve-wracking, (all at the same time) in the history of humankind… was probably when Valve had us shooting the hell out of each other like never before, then patiently re-editing the footage into a cinema masterpiece (also like never before), all in the name of attaining a foot-high Australium bust of Saxton Hale. Evidently, I’m referring to TF2’s First Annual Saxxy Awards, which took place in May of 2011.

Well, I hope you’ve been keeping your voting finger in good shape, for it’s all going to come rushing back very soon. And by “very soon“, I mean “literally right now“.

‘Lambda’ Fan Film Trailer Released

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We previously covered the announcement of a new Half-Life fan film called “Lambda” a few weeks ago however the director Connor Botts just put up the official trailer, which looks pretty epic.

The story is set just prior to the events of Half-Life 2 and follows a character known as Dominic Ryan, a resistance fighter who teams up with Barney Calhoun and Alyx Vance from Half-Life 2 in an attempt to rebel the Combine forces currently dominating the Earth.

If you want to find out more information about Lambda you can read our original announcement article which contains exclusive information about the film, there is also a Combine Overwiki page for it too!

You can also follow the film’s Twitter and Facebook page for future updates.

City 17 – Fanfilm

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“City 17” is a 2005 fan film made by Funatic Films. Shot entirely on location in Cologne, Germany with a Canon XL1 DV camera, this fan film features no CG effects other than the HL2 creatures and, of course, the Citadel. Video after the jump.

This particular version of it is the 2007 remake, featuring improved effects and additional CG clips.

“City 17” tells the story of a young citizen wandering a city that’s… changed. He will soon find himself confronted by numerous strange creatures and machines.

One of the first major HL-related videos, “City 17” is the original HL fan film. With great effects, awesome filming and an interesting storyline, it’s definitely worth checking out.

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