Happy new year, esteemed and faithful PCGamesN readers! Welcome to a whole new decade (no, I will not accept the idea that 2020 isn’t part of ‘the twenties,’ but best of luck to everyone who does). It’s a perfect time to leave behind old things and look toward the future – and to stoke rumors surrounding the hotly anticipated return of a franchise once thought long-dead. Half-Life’s G-man, the mysterious figure at the root of Black Mesa’s ominous experiments programme, has returned with a message. Mike Shapiro, the voice actor who supplied the G-man’s distinctive deep and creaky cadence, posted a video to Twitter Monday, with no explanation attached. The video shows several close-up images of Half-Life’s G-man, along with an ominous message. “Should old acquaintances be forgot? Well, after so much… time, some things can prove difficult to remember,” he says, and you can just about hear the evil grin spreading across his face. “See you in the new year. And… do prepare for… consequences, hm?” As Tyler McVicker – also known as Valve News Network – put it, “Oh my god what the fuck.”
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