Half-Life: Decay is an add-on included in the PlayStation 2 port of the first-person shooter computer game Half-Life, developed by Gearbox Software and published in October of 2001. Our team is working on straight port of this game to PC! we shouldn\'t have to be doing this, but for some reason valve/ gearbox scraped decay for the pc. \"Decay PC\"\'s active development began in mid-October of 2005. Like Gearbox\'s other expansion packs Opposing Force and Blue Shift, Decay returns to the setting and timeline of the original story, but with different player characters: two female colleagues of Gordon Freeman, Dr. Gina Cross and Dr. Colette Green,who both take part in the Anomalous Materials laboratory experiment - they make preparations for the experiment under the Test Chamber such as monitoring Anti-Mass spectrometer and delivering anomalous materials to Dr. Freeman. When disaster happens both women together with their collegues Dr. Rosenberg...

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DUDER Dec 18 2007, 8:23am buried:


Just for this double-barreled-shotgun i will want the mod now!

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LizGain Jul 5 2008, 11:57am replied:

It's from high defenition pack...
It is already exists on PC
My english LOLs ))

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etto Sep 28 2008, 3:35pm replied:

Dude...It's not double-barreled. The tube under the barrel is the magazine.

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nerdenstein Apr 5 2008, 6:17am says:

You get that on Half - Life anyway. You just have to have the HDTP.

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AmaroqDricaldari Dec 16 2012, 11:19am says:

I heard that Decay has even higher polygon counts than the High Definition Pack..

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