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{{HL1:BS}} [[Half-Life: Blue Shift]] was initially planned as a Dreamcast exclusive campaign.
 
{{HL1:BS}} [[Half-Life: Blue Shift]] was initially planned as a Dreamcast exclusive campaign.
  
Near-final versions of the game were eventually found and dumped, and their contents were ported to the PC version of GoldSrc as a [https://www.moddb.com/mods/half-life-dreamcast mod]].
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Near-final versions of the game were eventually found and dumped, and their contents were ported to the PC version of GoldSrc as a [https://www.moddb.com/mods/half-life-dreamcast mod].
  
 
Several high-profile GoldSrc mods were ported to the Dreamcast by fans, including [[Gunman Chronicles]], [[They Hunger]] and [[USS Darkstar]].
 
Several high-profile GoldSrc mods were ported to the Dreamcast by fans, including [[Gunman Chronicles]], [[They Hunger]] and [[USS Darkstar]].
 
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Latest revision as of 14:22, 6 June 2020

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<Half-Life> <Dreamcast> A Half-Life port for the Sega Dreamcast was in development by Gearbox Software and Captivation Digital Laboratories for a 2001 release. It was eventually cancelled by Sierra following declining console sales.

<Half-Life: Blue Shift> Half-Life: Blue Shift was initially planned as a Dreamcast exclusive campaign.

Near-final versions of the game were eventually found and dumped, and their contents were ported to the PC version of GoldSrc as a mod.

Several high-profile GoldSrc mods were ported to the Dreamcast by fans, including Gunman Chronicles, They Hunger and USS Darkstar.