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Valve Updates the Original Half-Life 14 Years After Launch

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The original Half-Life game, the one launched all the way back in 1998 and recently ported on the Linux platform, has just received a major update.

Valve is trying to make sure that its games run flawlessly, even 14 years later. With this in mind, an update has been released for Half-Life Beta.

According to the developers, support has been added for a crcclientdll key in liblist.gam, which is used to turn client.dll crc checking back on, and which is very useful for 3rd-party mods.

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