Half-Life: Anti-Climax is my take on the "battle you have no chance of winning" the G-Man offers you once you decline his job offer at the end of the Half-Life campaign. Is there truely no chance to win or can you lead Gordon to victory and freedom?

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Trempler
Trempler

actually this looks pretty but you should change the stairs i´m sure scientists will fall down there most times, well you should add a ramp atleast for all the dissabled scientists and their wheelchairs because of the these stairs. Maybe add a counter of accidents happend there next to the stairs :D

can´t wait to fall down there too <3

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Zorro_de_la_noche
Zorro_de_la_noche

It looks good but those stairs I think are too dangerous.

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Hezus Author
Hezus

Little known fact about the Black Mesa disaster: 42% of all casualties were BM staff members falling down stairs. So this depiction is actually very accurate. Workspace safety was a very low priority in super secret underground labs in the late 90s.

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Zorro_de_la_noche
Zorro_de_la_noche

Still, it does not convince me; Especially because risking the physical security of valuable staff does not seem logical. I mean, I am aware that the health of the United States is horrible in many aspects, but to hire valuable personnel for stupid lake as with those stairs, I do not believe it; especially considering that they are secret installations where all kinds of highly confidential experiments are carried out, as well as dangerous ones.

In addition, considering the events that occurred in Half-Life, the story could have taken place in the 21st century, more precisely in the year 2020 and that would not have affected history in the least; in fact, that would have made it closer to what it is now in our world. Not to mention, that the introduction of the Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey happened to be officially in service in 2007, so technically that will make the story take place at the beginning of the 21st century. The latter is something that I had been thinking for a while time regarding the history of Half-Life, you can ignore it if you want.

This is what I have to say for now, sorry if I extended too much in this. Greetings.

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Hezus

I was actually joking around.. You and Trempler seemed so hell bend on stair safety, it was kinda funny :P

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Trempler
Trempler

well as a german I had to do that :P
It is in my DNA

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ToTac
ToTac

Nice details again :) Feels just right.

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Foxtrop
Foxtrop

looking awesome, but, the size of the grid floor is too big

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A new lab with smaller versions of the Test Chamber we all know too well. A recipe for another but slightly smaller disaster?

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