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  1. Gaming

    Half-Life Fan Film Raise the Bar Just Went Live

    The humble crowbar is an iconic weapon in Half-Life, but what's the story behind that particular crowbar, and how did Gordon Freeman get his hands on it? This fan film by Joe Miale just released on Machinima has the answer, and a whole lot of dead scientists. Take a look.

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  2. Entertainment

    J.J. Abrams in Talks With Valve About Half-Life and Portal Films

    In his continued attempts to control everything we love, today J.J. Abrams said he's in talks with Valve co-founder Gabe Newell about bringing Portal and Half-Life to the big screen. These talks are in the very early stages, and a lot can happen to derail the projects, but Abrams has said, "Both a Portal and Half-Life movie are things I want to see." Us too, Mr. Abrams. Us too.

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  3. Gaming

    Half-Life Barnacle Ceiling Lamp Really Wants to Kill You In Your Bedroom

    Walking through the darkness of your bedroom, you suddenly a feel wet, slimy tendril wrap around your neck, lifting you off your feet toward the ceiling. Unfortunately, you don't have a gun on your person because you thought your bedroom was pretty safe, and instead of shooting your way free, you are pulled up toward the Barnacle and experience an unfortunate death on a ceiling. At least, that's how it'd be if this sweet Half-Life Barnacle lamp created by Daniel Ritthanondh wasn't just a sweet lamp, and was actually the bane of your walking-through-a-dark-hallway existence. Check out another picture after the break, featuring the actual lightbulbs.

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  4. Gaming

    Beyond Black Mesa: A Beautifully Produced 10-Minute Half-Life Fan Film

    Patience.  There is a crowbar. (via Destructoid.)

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  5. Gaming

    Half-Life Fan Trailer

    Interested in seeing a Half-Life movie? Well, we can't give you that, unfortunately. We can, however, give you this fan-made trailer. What? What kind of trade off is that, you ask? It was put together by Marco Spitoni, who works for Weta. Yeah. Lord of the Rings and District 9 Weta.

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  6. Geekolinks

    Geekolinks: 8/29

    No Half-Life Movie Unless Valve Makes It (1Up) Fallout: New Vegas Has Robot Sex (GameInformer) Yoda's Head is a Cake, Your Argument is Invalid (instructables) This is a $10,000 Game of Pinball (Tilt Warning) Timelapse Photography of the Day (Geeks Are Sexy) The 10 Greatest Fictional Inventors (Gizmodo) Mission: Impossible IV Casting (Bleeding Cool) (image via Toycutter.)

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  7. Gaming

    Flashback: Vintage Half-Life Trailer from 1997

    You nostalgia, you lose: Redditor soxy found this vintage trailer for then-hot upcoming release Half-Life on a You Don't Know Jack Volume 3 CD-ROM from 1997. Awesomely, Redditor soxy was recently playing with a You Don't Know Jack Volume 3 CD-ROM from 1997. Anyway: It's somewhat amusing that the trailer touts a November 1997 release date when the game didn't actually come out until November 1998. From Valve's very first game, Valve time was a thing. But it was probably worth it, judging by the fact that in the interim, the game leapt from being the GoldenEye clone we see in the trailer to the groundbreaking FPS we remember it as today.

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  8. Geekolinks

    Geekolinks: 6/27

    What If Mark Millar Wrote DC Comics? (Bleeding Cool)

    Terrifying Crossover: Cookie Monster + Symbiote (4th Letter)

    Captain America and Deadpool Teach Etiquette (Reddit)

    Horrible Development in Video Game Ads (Kotaku)

    How to Play Monkey Pirate Robot Ninja Zombie (The Skwib)

    Timelapse Sand Painting Video (Neatorama)

    Disney Adventurer's Club in the Half-Life Engine (BoingBoing)

    (image via Cinematical.)

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  9. Gaming

    Valve Becomes Mac-Friendly: Portal, Team Fortress 2 Will Run on Macs

    After beating around the bush with a mysterious ad campaign, gamemaker Valve has made a very exciting announcement for anyone who owns a Mac and plays games: Steam is coming to the Mac. Mac versions of the Steam service and Valve's entire library of games will become available in April.  Customers who have already bought games on Steam for the PC will be able to download the Mac version at no charge.  The first Valve game to have a simultaneous release in both operating systems will be Portal 2.

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  10. Gaming

    Half-Life Zombie, Gordon Freeman Enjoy a Soda and a Pretzel

    In what we can only hope is a break from cosplay, a headcrab-infected Half-Life zombie sips a soda while the heroic Gordon Freeman (Ph.D.) munches on a pretzel.

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