The G-Man speaks in a most inhuman manner - this is not reflected in the punctuation of the quotes of him.
On the original (scrapped) opening
Can someone find a citation and mention that the original opening was supposed to be on an icebreaker ship? Robdumas 05:08, 26 March 2006 (UTC)
Robdumas, are you sure you're talking about the original Half-Life? I think the cut icebreaker was in Half-Life 2.
Declining the Offer
Are you sure that the G-Man says all of that stuff about the survivors of his personal holocaust who want to meet the man responsible for the annihilation of their race? Whenever I get to that part of the game, all he says is, "No regrets, Mr. Freeman", and that's it.
In Half-Life sound files, one can find a sound where G speaks about the holocaust (but he says "who would like the chance to meet)... But in thw game itself, he only says "no regrets."22.214.171.124 10:42, 10 July 2006 (UTC)
the dialouge is from the alternet ending to half life if you decline the G-Man's offer
Some guy has put the G-Man's quotes from ALL the Half-Life games in this article. Read the first phrase: JUST FOR HL1, OP4 AND BLUE SHIFT.
You could have separate parts for Barney phrases, Scientist phrases, and Soldier phrases.
Gman mumbling interpretations
I think this should be deleted. Its purely speculative. There are other things he could have been saying, so i think its best if this wasnt part of the article.--126.96.36.199 10:19, 28 January 2007 (UTC)
As we all know, Gordon's H.E.V. suit produces voices too. For instance:
"Major fracture detected. Morphine administered."
I really think the H.E.V. quotes should be in here too.
here is a source with all the sounds of the HEV http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iL-eWNAGzLg&feature=related
Black Mesa Transit System Announcer
Someone took the automated monologue from the opening sequence out. I think it should be restored, as it contains extensive information about the world of Black Mesa.
Shouldn't we have a seperate article for Gman quotes? He says quite alot.