The Source engine is a 3D game engine developed by Valve Corporation. Its unique features include a large degree of modularity and flexibility, an artist-driven, shader-based renderer, accurate lip sync and facial expression technology, and a powerful, efficient and completely network-enabled physics system.

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Killer_man_1996
Killer_man_1996 Jan 13 2010 says:

This is part of the last chapter of HL2... :D

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Cremat0r
Cremat0r Jul 12 2010 buried:

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Sorry, but, WHAT THE HELL are you talking about?
Go play HL2 and think again..

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reusingbattery
reusingbattery Sep 4 2010 replied:

I think he just meant that all these characters are together in the last chapter, dark energy, which they are. No need to get mad.

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Gamerman12
Gamerman12 Jul 31 2011 replied:

It's the file for that scene, they all go together, VALVe put them in the same file to sync everything up.

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sg1221
sg1221 Sep 27 2011 replied:

yes , the expressions are also on the last chapter, he is totally right

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dannystuff
dannystuff Dec 25 2010 replied:

he just made a cute comment o.O!

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halflife!
halflife! May 10 2011 says:

Mossman looks sad XD

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jaime95
jaime95 Feb 6 2012 says:

left 4 dead 3??

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Kidnation
Kidnation Mar 23 2015 says:

I wish my faceposer would show the 3D models :(

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Easily craft speech and emotions using the Faceposer facial expression tool.

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