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Utilizing Black Mesa's assets, The Shift aims to recreate the world of Barney Calhoun. Survive in hostile worlds turned against you in a matter of minutes.

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Food Court Shots
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Kaweebo Oct 8 2012 says:

I'd hate to take cues from Barney's Mind, but hand rails WOULD do good here.

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Meet_The_Dinner Oct 22 2012 says:

It looks pretty nice but I think for realism and the U.S. employee safety concerns I think some handrails along the edges would be nice.

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Dejected-Angel Oct 23 2012 says:

In case you don't know, the original Blue Sift food court don't have handrails, why should it appear here too?

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Panzert Oct 23 2012 replied:

Because this isn't blue shift, it's a re-envisioning. Technically they can add or take whatever they want.

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Crypt Oct 24 2012 replied:

It also didn't have a Rutta Grape machine. A company as large as Black Mesa would have handrails in areas their employees could potentially fall and injure their self. It only makes sense.

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Dejected-Angel Oct 24 2012 replied:

So you're saying the employee don't have eyes and can't see where they're going?

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Crypt Oct 26 2012 replied:

It's a safety hazard, simple as that. They put rails on bridges. Sure pedestrians and vehicles can see where they're going (in most cases), but **** can happen.

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wnuk2380 Oct 24 2012 says:

This is quite beautiful.
Only critique I have is that the blue seats seem to pop, almost too much?
Even though it seems to add a lovely splash of color, I find myself focusing almost constantly on the blue, which almost seems to glow or stand out. Maybe if there was more shadowing or if the blue was slightly less saturated it would look more natural, then again j.m.o.

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