While the original Halflife had Counterstrike, its sequel hasn't had the same kind of breakaway success in its mods, but it has had a few very interesting stand outs, the greatest of which is Dystopia.
Picture this: the world is in shambles, corporations run everything, the governments are mere shadow puppets for sinister forces that seek to steal your clothes, your dog and some of your hair; you can play as either the oppressive, jack-booted thugs (with their powerful, jack-booted weaponry), or the lithe, nimble-as-a-rabbit resistance fighters (with their lithe, deadly-as-a-really-deadly-rabbit weaponry). At the risk of sounding like I'm shilling for this game, it's as close as you're going to get to living Neuromancer without dropping a soda can full of acid and jamming your penis in a light socket.
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