Of course, he's evil, according to me at least. I wonder if there were any other people the G-Man took into his possesion besides Gordon and Shephard.
I wouldn't say he's evil. In such matters in which G-Man seems to be working with nothing is white or black, nor even willing for "good" doesn't have a meaning. It all basically comes down to us humans and our emotions, we do not know who G-Man is or what he serves. He might just not care afterall, and achive his goal by any means possible.
I wonder how long the G-Man's been in existance?
A damn long time i would say...
justincase3;3285369Of course, he's evil, according to me at least. I wonder if there were any other people the G-Man took into his possesion besides Gordon and Shephard.
He's just doing his job.Doing what he was hired for.Maybe his employers are evil maybe not.
I wouldn't say that the G-Man doesn't care. He must care to some extent. When the Vortigaunts broke the connection between the two of them in Episode One the G-Man is angry. Though he could really be angry because he is sick of this job and he wants it to end. It does at points seem that the G-man is underneath someone. But I easily picture him as a bad guy and has no one else under him. The reason I think so is because it appears that he wants certain things in the world only the way he wants them (though it could be the way his administrator wants them). What if Breen was the G-Man's boss? It can make sense in a way.
He acts too misteriously excited about entire case when talking with Freeman so I doubt he dislikes his job. Also at point where he operates, it would seem a bit silly and impossible if he would just have a job to earn money for. How the hell in his situation would money be of any use? He seems to be compleately devoted to some purpose we are yet to be presented with.