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Half Life or Counter Strike? Which one is more popular? January 3, 2010

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Half-Life is a game of first-person shooter developed by Valve Software and published by Sierra on 19 November 1998 (currently on Steam since 2003). Designed for computers running Microsoft Windows, the game uses a modified version of the Quake engine, called GoldSrc. The game has been ported to PlayStation 2 and released on 15 November 2001.
You are one of the first games in its genre, marked a before and after in spite of the graphics that the half life 1 graphics are bad compared to the current at the time (1998) was one of the games with better graphics, evolciono then becoming one of the games with 3D graphics with better story and better received by the public, in short the half life is a game that never ceases to dazzle the audience by their increasingly amazing graphics and history

Counter Strike:
Counter-Strike (commonly abbreviated to CS) is a shooter first-person teams, terrorists and counterterrorism. It was originally conceived as a multiplayer game type (either on LAN or online). Counter-Strike is a complete overhaul of the game Half-Life, made by Minh Le and Jess Cliffe who launched the first version on 18 June 1999. The latest version of the game is 1.6, which since its official release on 15 September 2003 has garnered phenomenal success on the Internet, making it the action game most played online first-person, with newer games, as its new version, Counter-Strike: Source (or CS: S) based on the Source engine which was developed for the game Half-Life 2.



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