justincase3I'm sure Breen is with the rest of the humans. I think Breen is still a bit involved into the series, since in the Director's commentary it was said that the Combine Advisor room was a very important key to HL2ET. When that was said, you might think that everything in the room that looks important, is important.
I meant Barney is with the humans.
Sorry but i couldnt edit my post to add this. I wonder why they reshow the part with Breen asking what Gordon has created? I think that will have some effect later in the game but most would disagree.
Danx117Off topis too Do you think we'll ever play barney again?[/quote]Why not? Unless he won't get killed in the episodes, it would be nice.justincase3I meant Barney is with the humans.
So I thought.:) [QUOTE=Danx117]Sorry but i couldnt edit my post to add this.
I wonder why they reshow the part with Breen asking what Gordon has created? I think that will have some effect later in the game but most would disagree.
Time for reflection imo. Since we can't exactly tell if it's 'just' floating around in there, is sent by the G-Man or something else, or finaly if it's your mind there are many possibilitys. His words are though so true, Combine is supposedly viewed as the worst group of entitys by people, but what else did Gordon? Led to almost total anihilation of Xen race, destroyed most whole Universal Union system on Earth, killed many humans and transhuman entitys, finally brought down the Citadel destroying City 17 and possibly more Combine and people. Price for freedom, the upraising, wich he didn't even intended to start, but somehow showed an example by himself? Possibly good enough, seeing the Combine's way of dealing with new 'allys', so there would be this one thing, the freedom itself. But also maybe it's time to get out of G-Man's controll, who's goal were covering with all this destruction, but yet we don't realy know what they were. In the end, how one can do this, if he doesn't even know true effects of his actions. That's yet to be learned in next games.
nicely done. I wonder if they had his name in mind for the second game because everyone in the city is pretty much a slave except for the "Free man". Even though he is being controlled by bigger powers like the G-man and the unknown Employer. So to the people he is freedom but to others he is just one puppet out of a line of many.
I'm pretty sure the writer for the HL series had written through the story with a certain, lets use Gordon Fishman for fun. The writer wrote through the story and either by the time he finished it, or by the time he noticed that Fishman did so much for freedom, he changed the name to "Freeman." Or it could have been possible that he wrote out the entire story with "Fishman" and one of the directors at Valve said, "I don't like it, how about Freeman?"
Straight from the source.:D
Page about Gordon Freeman in chapter .01 Half-Life: A Nonstandard Specimen from Half-Life 2 RAISING THE BAR.
Are those your fingers? The fat one looks really funny.
I was right. Well, kind of. I want that book.
Danx117Are those your fingers? The fat one looks really funny.
Yup, I know a bit weird, in the photo they're just curved in the direction human fingers usualy don't.:p For more, this thread: http://www.gamingforums.com/showthread.php?t=266388&page=2 Just scroll down... O_o