History VideoGame / TheyHunger

1st Apr '16 5:12:18 AM Morgenthaler
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* EasterEgg: There is a PCGamer magazine in the radio station. All the episodes were bundled as one in a PCGamer issue.

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* EasterEgg: There is a PCGamer Magazine/PCGamer magazine in the radio station. All the episodes were bundled as one in a PCGamer PC Gamer issue.
19th Jan '16 7:22:05 PM Etheru
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Episode 1 is fairly serious and more grounded compared to the BMovie-esque Sci-Fi in Episodes 2 and 3, especially the last one's boss fight with a [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot zombie cyborg sheriff]].

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Episode 1 is fairly serious and more grounded compared to the BMovie-esque Sci-Fi in Episodes 2 and 3, especially the last one's boss fight with a [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot zombie cyborg sheriff]].mad scientist]].
19th Jan '16 7:19:32 PM Etheru
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* DevelopmentHell: The source remake/reboot.



* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Episode 1 is fairly serious and more grounded compared to the BMovie-esque Sci-Fi in Episodes 2 and 3, especially the last one's boss fight with a [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot zombie cyborg sheriff]].



* MoodWhiplash.



* WhatCouldHaveBeen - The game was supposed to have an entry that used the source engine, titled ''Lost Souls'', but it was apparently canceled.
22nd Nov '15 2:53:52 AM jormis29
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''They Hunger'' is one of the better known ''VideoGame/HalfLife1'' mods, alongside ''VideoGame/CounterStrike'', ''VideoGame/TheHidden'', ''Sven-Coop'', ''Redemption,'' ''Gunman Chronicles'', ''The Specialists''...

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''They Hunger'' is one of the better known ''VideoGame/HalfLife1'' mods, alongside ''VideoGame/CounterStrike'', ''VideoGame/TheHidden'', ''Sven-Coop'', ''VideoGame/SvenCoop'', ''Redemption,'' ''Gunman Chronicles'', ''The Specialists''...
1st Oct '15 7:41:11 PM Davidolvera
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* GunsInChurch: An silenced 9mm is found at the dead body of a priest, for some reason. Next to the rope that rings the church bell and unlocks a secret Dynamite stash. For some reason.

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* GunsInChurch: An A silenced 9mm is found at the dead body of a priest, for some reason. Next to the rope that rings the church bell and unlocks a secret Dynamite stash. For some reason.
18th Aug '14 3:33:11 PM EarlOfSandvich
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''They Hunger'' is one of the better known ''VideoGame/HalfLife1'' mods, alongside ''VideoGame/CounterStrike'', ''TheHidden'', ''Sven-Coop'', ''Redemption,'' ''Gunman Chronicles'', ''The Specialists''...

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''They Hunger'' is one of the better known ''VideoGame/HalfLife1'' mods, alongside ''VideoGame/CounterStrike'', ''TheHidden'', ''VideoGame/TheHidden'', ''Sven-Coop'', ''Redemption,'' ''Gunman Chronicles'', ''The Specialists''...
6th May '14 5:33:02 AM Scaresteam
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* IncurableCoughOfDeath: Happens twice, in both Episode 1 and 2.
5th May '14 2:40:46 AM Scaresteam
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* CrypticBackgroundReference: Alfred explains to the player that Doctor Franklin originaly discovered something in the waters of Rockwell which could bring anyone to a state of half-life, and Franklin's tampering with it led to the outbreak. But even though the Doctor performed his experiments, neither he or anyone else know exactly what that Something is or how it functions.
30th Apr '14 5:38:10 AM Scaresteam
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*CoolButInefficient: The Tec-9; a one-handed submachine gun that does more damage than the G3 rifle and has a burt-fire mode. Unfortunetly it has a lot higher recoil and slower firing rate as well. Getting in firefights with the armed zombies on medium and hard becomes near suicidal due to close range being needed for it to be effective. Like the shotgun it is most useful taking down the common zombies with a few bursts in their heads.
20th Feb '14 12:21:58 AM EKonoMai
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* AnyoneCanDie



* ArtifactMook: The electricity-shooting skeletons. The first one is encountered in a laboratory where it is brought to life by being electrocuted, which does much to explain why it attacks by zapping you with bolts of lightning. But then you continue to encounter electric skeletons for the rest of the game, all over the place, even though it's impossible to think that every instance of this enemy could have been created in the same way.

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* ArtifactMook: The electricity-shooting skeletons. The first one is encountered in a laboratory where it is brought to life by being electrocuted, which does much to explain why it attacks by zapping you with bolts of lightning. But then you continue to encounter electric skeletons for the rest of the game, all over the place, even though it's impossible to think that every instance of this enemy could have been created in the same way. place.
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