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It's tough to find a game more spell-binding than Half-Life 2.
The Tank's body is covered with numerous scars and lesions from previous fights, with an especially large open sore on his left pectoral.
The Tank's jaw at first glance seems to be missing, but upon closer inspection it is shown to be enveloped within his thick neck muscles.
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They're funny and snarky, plus they contain 100% of your recommended daily allowance of obscure Star Wars references. You can go through each one in an hour or so on a standard difficulty level, with the time increasing if you up it to expert - especially if you get stuck on the ludicrously violent sieges which close each one.While you can play them by yourselves with three pretty-efficient bots alongside you (The Chaos Engine is another reference that comes to mind when playing - and you can take that as a suggestion of what you should do now, modders), the real heart is coming in with three friends and talking nonsense over voice-chat with one another. no significant cut-scenes) is about standard for a modern FPS - whether we like it or not - the real value of the game is brought by what's probably the most innovative part of Left 4 Dead: the AI director.Only when he does, when he realises that I'm standing there, do I spray him with my zombie-attracting vomit, prompting another wave of infected to crowd in and hammer him to death. I make my way to the farmhouse, and only then do I turn around to realise everyone I'm with has climbed on top of the enormous pile of hay-bales in the distance and are trying to hold them off there. We've opened the door to find a med-kit in the room down the corridor. And since we're playing versus, there's a chance our opposition may not paying attention if I break from the group to run back and get it (the omnipresent AI director would be less sympathetic). Especially the former: in a real way, someone making the unfortunate step of Disturbing The Witch is the late-noughties social faux pas equivalent of Warrior Shot The Food.Actually, writing about Blood Harvest reminds me of something that may be even better. And I'm alone in the house as the waves start to move in... Now, we've each got a med-kit, so we haven't space to carry the leftover. An extra health-pack can be the difference between making it to the next safe room or not. Of all the co-operative shooters that have come out recently, Left 4 Dead is the one that goes for it hardest.