Valve is a video game company that makes great use of Steam but sometimes produces video games. In fact, a few weeks ago they released something new Half life a game. And before each of their matches begins, you'll see a short video with their name and some standing or lovely picture with multiple valves or valves. Let's put these intros.
There are a few of these different particles floating on the web. Some have been part of fully-released games and some have appeared in betas or mature demos. Some of these are very similar to not really needing to be separated and placed separately.
However, enough presentation. Let's start this list.
6. The Eye Guy
This is one of the best features on the list as it appeared before the ascent Half life and Half-Life 2 and other Valve projects. While it is a classic it is also boring. Valve's latest and previous logo videos do more or less on or off. This is just a picture of a man with a piece of pipe in his eye and a Valve logo placed on it. It's nothing special.
5. The Bald Guy
This is the cool cousin of Eye Guy. Most people saw him whenever they played The Orange Box, a beautiful collection of new and old Valve games that are still one of my favorite gaming packages ever released.
There is more movement in this picture. I tagged it with Eye Guy because it looks weird. Something about not seeing the man's face and the way Valve looks like a tight part of his lump still makes me feel comfortable.
4. Many clocks
Not all of Valve's awesome body & # 39; s intros and bald dude are. There is also this visual logo before starting the VR & # 39; s VR & # 39; s game Lab. Instead of catching someone from the streets of Seattle and sticking a valve on their face, we find a room full of rooftops with red wheels.
Multiple valves of various sizes, all around you in VR. In a YouTube video, this may not seem cool, but in the VR setting, it's trippy.
3. The Bald Guy Turns ALL!
For the first time ever Site 2 I was so excited! New Web site the game! New game from Valve! More Glados! Yay! After that came the Valve intro and it was my old relative bald dude who had a valve on his head. Then a few seconds later dun fucking delivered. He moved !?
I had spent years playing Valve games at this time and I used to see Bald Dude or Eye Guy appear for a few seconds as page images so when this guy started to turn around I screamed a little. Now just a subtle moment, but back then it was a little jumpscare.
2. Bald Guy Turns Around (Slowly) VR!
When I started Half-Life: Alyx for the first time I was excited. Great, I'm dumb Half life the fan and I have been waiting for years to finally play a new game set in that universe. But I'm also excited to see what the new Valve intro will look like. So I made sure that my headset was good and perfectly fit in my head before starting the game. I was ready for the intro.
And then BAM! Bald Guy was back, baby! But in this case he was very big and he seemed to be a real engine model and not an image. And he's moving. Looks like Valve really liked the video and took it back and used VR to make it more popular.
1. Short Film
Valve & # 39; s Goldsrc engine demo contains a very comprehensive trademark. First, we see the exterior of the stone structure. Just then the camera zooms in on the spot and we see inside a naked man in a large room with a machine in front of him. The camera screams for one window and brings you closer to the man. He then pulls the lever, leans against the block and then cuts the governing valve to the side of his head. Once again on the side of his head, for the first and only time Valve puts a red metal icon here.
It's a violent and strange intro. This was Valve's first intro video and it just keeps putting things down. They are still shocking the body with videos, but we no longer have to watch them DO this huge beast. Thank you, Gabe.
Many video game companies have old intro videos that create their company logo. Maybe it falls into the frame or the music you're playing before it disappears. Do not close. They have fun with their short logo designs. Sometimes simple, sometimes complex, they are often complex and spooky. I never skipped these or got them out of my game. Like The Sopranos intro or opening of LAST, these incoming videos are part of the experience.
It's not a Valve game if I don't see the body horror first.