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When people discuss the lineage of the Half Life series, they often forget to mention the first game's two expansions, Blue Shift and Opposing Forces. Sure the original Half Life was a mind blowing game for it's time, but are these two games (Blue Shift in particular) as forgettable as they may seem, or are they the unfortunate little brothers living in the shadows? Blue Shift begins the same time as the original Half Life, and yes, that means you get to mess around with Black Mesa ...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
If the idea was just put onto a piece of paper, Blue Shift looks like it shouldn't fail in the slightest. To add another expansion to the original Half-Life; one which would play along the same timeline, but from a different perspective from that of Dr. Gordon Freeman and Corporal Adrian Shephard. Whilst Opposing Force did this with notable success, Blue Shift is not so lucky. The game has a solid storyline, but is a miserably short experience, featuring nothing new, and overall feels extremely ...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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