SCENARIO In "Get a Life" you embody Alexander Zemlinsky, a subway technician suffering from leukaemia. Alex is not, unlike the protagonists in most games, an invincible super-soldier. But you wouldn't call him normal either, because there is something in his past that connects him with the events that are about to happen in the course of the story (we want to keep the suspense, so nothing more on that...). FEATURES * GaL will run on the latest version of the Source Engine, so that means you'll see HDR and the enhanced shadow system (as seen in HL2: Episode 1) in "Get a Life" as well * To give the player the best gaming experience possible, GaL will offer a custom HUD, an innovative healing system with several damage zones, drugs that will trigger a "bullet-time" effect, upgradeable weapons and enhanced enemy AI * About 11 hours of gameplay * 24 maps with varied environments * 61 characters * 13 weapons

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HaloStrike Feb 3 2007, 7:56pm says:

zombies cant run with no head

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Ripper_hugme Feb 3 2007, 11:48pm says:

I like it!

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MG60 Feb 4 2007, 2:47am says:

how the hell are you supposed to kill a zombie if it doesnt have a head? :) anyway, I like it!

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meazum Feb 4 2007, 11:28am says:

If a zombie woud be dependant on it's head to survive due to the brain still in control, then large wounds and missing bodyparts would surely drain lots of blood from it anyway.

Zombies are magical, end of discussion.

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imthamouth Feb 8 2007, 1:45pm says:

Zombies are magical. Haha. Cool MOD. Got me digging out HL2.

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Knight-V16 May 16 2008, 5:56am says:

How are the zombies suppose to eat people's brains?

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