I kinda like how it looks like an earthly ocean environment, because well, when you think about it, oceans are pretty alien-y to begin with, with pretty alien-looking inhabitants to boot.
I just wonder what the factory levels will look like. Will there be more of a mesh between organic and tech? or something completely different? I can't wait to see!
Personally - am I the only one who REALLY wants to see how they're handling the G-Man speech at the end of the game? Very curious to see how that will turn out.Thank you for helping us help you help us all.
I had some fantasy about how it could be handled sometime ago. A little bit of a departure from the original, but i found it amusing.
"You wake up on the floor of the Nihilanth's chamber. Rubble is strewn about, paralleling the test chamber following the resonance cascade. However, the destruction has revealed a new passageway, an elevator sitting at the end. With no where else to go, you enter the glass pod. The doors close behind you and it begins to descend. Shortly, the narrow shaft opens up into a portion of the factory. You can see Vortigaunts as they break their chains and then turn to you as you pass, giving an expression that seems like respect or perhaps gratitude. The shaft narrows again to fit the elevator.
You hear someone clearing your throat behind you. When you turn, the g-man is standing at the other end of the pod. He gives you a bemused look and then begins to speak."
[insert original Half Life scene here]
It's unlikely that it will happen anything like this, but whatever!
Personally - am I the only one who REALLY wants to see how they're handling the G-Man speech at the end of the game? Very curious to see how that will turn out.
I do wonder though how the transition between Nihilanth's death and the ending tram will go.
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