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Half-Life: Opposing Force - PC

Half-Life: Opposing Force is a paradoxical stand-alone expansion to the original Half-Life, and is a worthy play for fans of shooters and the original game.
  • Release date: 1999
  • Genre: First Person Shooter
  • Developer: Gearbox Software
  • Publisher: Sierra Entertainment
  • Rating: Mature 17+ (M)
  • Players: 1-Player, Online Multiplayer
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thehunters500
I liked opposing force i think it's really fun and enjoyable.
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Zouka
I love Opposing Force. It's not as good as Half-Life, but it has some really excellent moments and it's enjoyable from start to finish. Great music, too.
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Manderton
While it doesn't really innovate with storytelling, Opposing Force does make some changes to the gameplay by changing up your arsenal. You have more guns, and more ways to kill aliens. There's also more to kill, bigger and harder aliens are thrown at you, and there are points where you have to use everything you have to get through an area. I would say that the original's gameplay was perfect if OF didn't exist, because OF improves on it in every way. A must play for fans.
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