History YMMV / FreemansMind

4th Jan '16 3:28:45 AM pittsburghmuggle
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* ArcFatigue: You will be glad the game is snipped up into little ten-minute segments where you can stop at, because it can get tedious if you're doing a marathon session.
28th Nov '15 3:17:39 PM AlienPatch
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* JerkassWoobie: Gordon might be insane, and even a pretty big prick with a giant ego, but there are times when you just can't help but feel sorry for the guy. I mean, all he wanted was to do his job without getting fired, and instead he got into a giant mess where [[EverythingTryingToKillYou he had to survive against all sorts of monsters, traps and soldiers]]. And let's just say, hearing Gordon gasping in pain and almost pleading for all of it to stop in episode 17 made me realize, for all his flaws, he probably didn't deserve all the shit that he went through.
29th Oct '15 8:10:36 AM WarriorSparrow
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*** Seeing as he has had several DidIJustSayThatOutLoud moments, and there are some instances of others reacting, it's likely that some of it is InnerMonologue and some is him actually talking,—in support of this is episode 1 of Barney's Mind, where Barney hear's Gordon yelling "SUCKEEERRRR!"
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*** Seeing as he has had several DidIJustSayThatOutLoud moments, and there are some instances of others reacting, it's likely that some of it is InnerMonologue and some is him actually talking,—in support of this is episode 1 of Barney's Mind, where Barney hear's hears Gordon yelling "SUCKEEERRRR!"
29th Oct '15 8:09:52 AM WarriorSparrow
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*** Seeing as he has had several DidIJustSayThatOutLoud moments, and there are some instances of others reacting, ienticingly likely that some of it is InnerMonologue and some is him actually talking,
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*** Seeing as he has had several DidIJustSayThatOutLoud moments, and there are some instances of others reacting, ienticingly it's likely that some of it is InnerMonologue and some is him actually talking,talking,—in support of this is episode 1 of Barney's Mind, where Barney hear's Gordon yelling "SUCKEEERRRR!"
26th Sep '15 3:53:39 PM Dirtyblue929
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-->'''Gordon''': But yeah, I haven't "killed" anyone! Well not today at least...
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-->'''Gordon''': But yeah, I haven't "killed" ''killed'' anyone! Well Well, not today at least...
14th Jul '15 6:47:48 PM ThePest179
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*** There are even hints that he's killed people in the past with lines such as these: -->'''Gordon''': But yeah, I haven't "killed" anyone! Well not today at least...
1st May '15 11:09:52 AM WarriorSparrow
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** Are we listening to Gordon's InnerMonologue throughout the entire series, or is he actually speaking out loud? On the one hand, the people around him don't usually react to the more outlandish things he says. On the other hand, he mumbles while underwater as if he is trying to talk through his closed mouth.
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** Are we listening to Gordon's InnerMonologue throughout the entire series, or is he actually speaking out loud? On the one hand, the people around him don't usually react to the more outlandish things he says. On the other hand, he mumbles while underwater as if he is trying to talk through his closed mouth. *** Seeing as he has had several DidIJustSayThatOutLoud moments, and there are some instances of others reacting, ienticingly likely that some of it is InnerMonologue and some is him actually talking,
26th Apr '15 5:34:45 AM harryhenry
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Gordon Freeman's just plain ''bonkers'' here. Among other things, he spends a lot of time looking for drugs and fantasizing about murdering his coworkers.
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: AlternateCharacterInterpretation: ** Gordon Freeman's just plain ''bonkers'' here. Among other things, he spends a lot of time looking for drugs and fantasizing about murdering his coworkers.

** Are we listening to Gordon's InnerMonologue throughout the entire series, or is he actually speaking out loud? *** On the one hand, the people around him don't usually react to the more outlandish things he says. On the other hand, he mumbles while underwater as if he is trying to talk through his closed mouth.
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** Are we listening to Gordon's InnerMonologue throughout the entire series, or is he actually speaking out loud? *** loud? On the one hand, the people around him don't usually react to the more outlandish things he says. On the other hand, he mumbles while underwater as if he is trying to talk through his closed mouth.

* HilariousInHindsight: At one point, a dying guard tells Freeman that a tram leads to the surface. Freeman muses over it, saying that so far the guard had spoken in annoying half-truths. He follows the tram-track, and it does indeed lead to the surface.. [[spoiler: But not out of Black Mesa.]]
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* HilariousInHindsight: HilariousInHindsight: ** At one point, a dying guard tells Freeman that a tram leads to the surface. Freeman muses over it, saying that so far the guard had spoken in annoying half-truths. He follows the tram-track, and it does indeed lead to the surface.. [[spoiler: But not out of Black Mesa.]]
30th Mar '15 12:26:43 AM SeptimusHeap
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* CrazyAwesome: Gordon. Scott said that he went for a mentally unhinged and quirky characterization because he couldn't see a normal person surviving the events of ''HalfLife''. His more eccentric attributes do indeed save his life a few times. In later episodes, he also gets pretty lax with his personal safety, seeing as how he considers running right past a Bradley through an open killing field while it attempts to hit him with its autocannon to be a completely viable strategy.
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* CrazyAwesome: Gordon. Scott said that he went for a mentally unhinged and quirky characterization because he couldn't see a normal person surviving the events of ''HalfLife''.''VideoGame/HalfLife''. His more eccentric attributes do indeed save his life a few times. In later episodes, he also gets pretty lax with his personal safety, seeing as how he considers running right past a Bradley through an open killing field while it attempts to hit him with its autocannon to be a completely viable strategy.
4th Jan '15 4:21:49 PM 425599167
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** Gordon concludes that a Mengele-like scientists is trying to send everyone in the world to Xen to die, hence all the dead bodies of researchers.
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** Gordon concludes that a Mengele-like scientists scientist is trying to send everyone in the world to Xen to die, hence all the dead bodies of researchers.
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