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Not exactly exhilarating 0

The first thing I would say about this game is that it just didn't do it for me in terms of immersion and general entertainment. The story progressed slowly with some painfully bad voice acting and dialog, the strategic turn-based combat system made fights seem complicated and drawn out, the "leveling"/stats system was terribly pointless.The Last Remnant starts off relatively quickly throwing the player into a skirmish between 20 or so characters. The initial impression this left was that the ba...

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Still Good! 0

I have played through Half-Life 2 somewhere between 18 and 20 times now and I still get caught up in the story and feel the same level of immersion as when I first popped in the CD. The game just holds up brilliantly and is still the most unique of it's kind. The level of detail that was put into the level design, character AI, balance of difficulty, and especially the amazing story made it a significant achievement in gaming history. Half-Life 2 also had another great feature, and that was the ...

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A Classic and a Masterpiece 0

I personally like to classify Half-Life as the best game ever created, but that's just my opinion. However, Half-Life did change the face of gaming with the first successful use of squad tactics and AI, complete lack of cut scenes, One of the greatest and most confusing plotlines ever, and a completely silent protagonist (Gordon Freeman).The player takes control of Gordon right from the get go. The game begins on a tram ride that is on it's way into the Black Mesa Research Facility in New Mexico...

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