Imagine, a Hollywood producer got his hands on the game. The result would be similar to what the Cinematic Mod is: a graphics blockbuster, redesigned to the typical game to movie adaption with an orchestral soundtrack and beautiful people everywhere.

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BlazeHedgehog Jan 17 2013 buried:


Is that supposed to be fire? I don't think fire is supposed to be blue-ish white.

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Mkilbride Jan 17 2013 buried:


You don't know fire very well.

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BlazeHedgehog Jan 18 2013 replied:

You sure got me. I'm sure a bunch of random drywall and wood is going to burn hot enough for the flame to be that color, right? Because that's what you're saying.

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Guest Jul 7 2014 replied:

People, Half-Life supposed to be like this. This grey-colored, depressing game. Blue-ish white? Okay, I don't care! Be happy that someone even made THIS! (ps. if you hate that damn flame go and play with the original Half-Life and stop ******** the mod, thank you.)

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Thumblesteen Feb 13 2013 replied:

It's called a CINEMATIC mod.

"Cinematic" means "good looking".

Reality is ****-ugly.

That's why we have porn.

This is the Half-Life equivalent of porn.

Get with the ******* program!

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cis_101 Jan 18 2013 says:

If Copper Chloride or salt is burning, then yes the fire will turn blue. BlazeHedgehog has got a point, wall and wood? nah! Unless it was driftwood or a constant flame at around 1080°C burning a copper pipe the fire wouldn't turn blue at this temperature.

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Mkilbride Jan 18 2013 buried:


Could be alot of wiring in the wall.

It's also a fictional city. We don't know the specific of the wood and whatnot.

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Mxthe Jan 23 2013 says:

The fire color is a side effect of the color correction.

It's very hard to cut off the natural colors of the environment you want to correct, while trying not to alter the colors of some of the elements you might want to keep.

At least he didn't photoshop the shot to fix the fire...*Cough Cough* EA

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TheZealot Aug 4 2013 says:

lol grey fire

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FILM_Smartson Oct 5 2014 says:

Desaturated post-processing FX, thats why the fire looks white.

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