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Half-Life: Generation

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Half-Life: Generation
Developer(s)
Release date(s)
  • 1999 (original edition)
  • November 30, 2000 (Counter-Strike edition)[1]
  • March 22, 2002 (Blue Shift edition)
Genre(s)

Single-player, multiplayer

Platform(s)

PC

Distribution

Sierra Entertainment

Input

Keyboard and mouse

Engine

GoldSrc

Series

Half-Life

Half-Life: Generation is a series of game compilation releases, which include updated versions of Half-Life, Opposing Force, Blue Shift, Team Fortress Classic and Counter-Strike. Three different versions of Half-Life: Generation were released in Europe and Israel. The same compilations were released for the North American, Australian, New Zealand and South African markets under different names.

The first version of Half-Life: Generation was released in 1999 in a black box with orange lettering. It consisted of Half-Life: Opposing Force and Half-Life: Game of the Year Edition, which also included Team Fortress Classic on the same CD. Outside of Europe this compilation was known as Half-Life: Adrenaline Pack and included 3 separate CDs.[2]

The second edition was releases in 2000 and used a similar box design. It included all of the games from the previous version with the addition of Half-Life: Counter-Strike. It was called Half-Life: Platinum Collection outside of Europe and included 4 CDs.[3]

The third release in 2002 featured a blue colored box with white text, another CD with Half-Life: Blue Shift was added. This release was also known as Platinum Collection outside of Europe.[4]

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