Made by Gearbox Software and originally released in 2001 as an add-on to Half-Life, Blue Shift is a return to the Black Mesa Research Facility in which you play as Barney Calhoun, the security guard sidekick who helped Gordon out of so many sticky situations.

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fadi.naoum.
fadi.naoum.

I saw this while the train was passing u cant get in

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REENIGAV
REENIGAV

noclip and there you are

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PeacefulPatriot
PeacefulPatriot

Why would they add a reflective texture to an area inaccesable and only seen from a distance?

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SteveZombie
SteveZombie

It looks pretty.

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awkook
awkook

actually, the took that whole section of the map, and flipped it right under the floor and had NPCS walking upside down under the floor also

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PeacefulPatriot
PeacefulPatriot

Oh, that's better. My biggest concern was optimization. But If all they did was double the number of assets, there's no problem.

#Sarcasm

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AI_COLONEL
AI_COLONEL

a lot of detail for a place you're never supposed to go to

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poshgaloo
poshgaloo

It was a damn shame really that ya never got to access this area ever in the game. That's part of the reason why I feel there is a rule when mapping. If you're gonna make an area the player sees but can't access, don't make it all detailed and fancy. Only do that if the player will access it at some point. :/

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