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#VR #HalfLifeAlyx #Alyx
Episode 4 “Hide and Seek”
Eli has discovered a Combine Superweapon hidden in a vault at the center of City 17. Alyx must move through the abandoned subway systems to reach the vault. This weapon could change everything in the fight against the Combine…

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34 thoughts on “Half-Life: Alyx VR Combat Feels Real! (pt.4)

  1. I was the guy who constantly said on your node videos that nobody is interested in watching the other dudes play, keep the good work bro

  2. Good video, you should invite Brandon to be a guest appearance on your channel and play VR with him.

  3. The northern star thing of the vortigon is also a nice reference to escaping slaves, who would follow the northern star to freedom, just as the vortigons are slaves themselves to the combine

  4. 5:00 No need to fear them. You can use your hands to pin down and pickup headcrabs or use items to block, strike, or trap them.

  5. Subscribed just because you are the first VR player I watch that doesn't seem mentally challenged in combat. Congrats, well played.

  6. hey i dont kkow if ur going to read this but ive played vr for a long time and i was wondering is spending 60$ for this game

  7. FINALLY someone who holds the gun with both hands. When you also shoot in real life, seeing vr titles with one hand handling makes you really annoyed

  8. Thanks D for still being what Node used to be! Always love your content! 🙂

  9. I am watching others play this too and it really makes a difference who you are watching, like @Cerberusarms moves through the play space so differently than others. I really appreciate his use of continuous movement as a viewer, others like using the teleport movement and its no where near as fun to watch. Cerberusarms is a bit of an John Woo action star where others I watch, its like watching a action-comedy, if that makes any sense.

  10. Hey, D, when you're doing those 3D Sphere puzzles you can rotate it with your left hand.

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