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'''Gearbox Software''' is a Dallas-Fort Worth Texas video game developer founded in January 1999. They are best known for a number of high-profile PC games such as ''Brothers In Arms: Road to Hill 30'' and the ''Half-Life'' expansions ''Half-Life: Opposing Force'' and ''Half-Life: Blue Shift''.
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'''Gearbox Software''' is a Dallas-Fort Worth Texas video game developer founded in January 1999. They are best known for a number of high-profile PC games such as ''Brothers In Arms: Road to Hill 30'' and the ''Half-Life'' expansions ''Half-Life: Opposing Force'' and ''Blue Shift''.
  
 
==Products==
 
==Products==
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| 2004 || [[Condition Zero Deleted Scenes]]
 
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| 2004 || [[Counter-Strike: Condition Zero]]
 
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| 2001 || Half-Life: [[Blue Shift]]
 
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| 2001 || [[Half-Life (PS2)]]
 
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| 1999 || Half-Life: [[Opposing Force]]
 
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==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Latest revision as of 19:18, 25 April 2007

Gearbox Software is a Dallas-Fort Worth Texas video game developer founded in January 1999. They are best known for a number of high-profile PC games such as Brothers In Arms: Road to Hill 30 and the Half-Life expansions Half-Life: Opposing Force and Blue Shift.

Products

Games and modifications produced by Gearbox Software v·d·e
2001 Blue Shift (HL1)Half-Life (PS2)
1999 Opposing Force (HL1)

See Also