Their armor is dark blue and they normally have yellow goggles, but the shotgun-wielding soldiers use red goggles. These helmets have glowing goggles, and appear to be a cross between an old Soviet PMG and PBF gas mask. It was originally planned that Gordon’s suit picked up radio transmissions from the Combine, though this idea was dropped in favor of simply hearing sound leaked from their helmets. Their helmets are slightly darker than the average Combine Soldier, and have blood red/orange goggles. These guards are almost exactly the same as a standard Combine Soldier, using the same weapons and having the same stats, the only difference being their appearance. This version is nearly the same as the original design, except for the eye pieces which are smaller, pointed at the ends, and the inside part where the white is suppose to be is made of a different, mirror like material. And Lee only wore the mask part of the time- when he wanted to show the costume to his friends. After Johnny Storm’s untimely death, the Future Foundation (aka the revised Fantastic 4) gave Spider-Man a brand new costume and membership to the group as part of Johnny’s last wish.
Spider-Man’s creators (Stan Lee and Steve Ditko) gave him super strength and agility, the ability to cling to most surfaces, shoot spider-webs using devices of his own invention which he called “web-shooters”, and react to danger quickly with his “spider-sense”, enabling him to combat his foes. The Prison Guards seem to use shotguns more often than normal Soldiers since the prison features predominantly close combat spaces. Prison Guards are tasked with guarding and maintaining the Nova Prospekt facility. The words “Nova Prospekt” are emblazoned onto the back armor as well as their shoulder. So, what are you waiting for? Even so, young Princeton scientist Richard Feynman demonstrated security weaknesses by repeatedly sneaking out through holes in the fence and then walking back in through the gate to draw guards’ attention to the flaws. This procedure is carried out at Nova Prospekt and the Citadel. Combine Soldiers are also tasked with guarding high-security areas, monitoring Stalkers in the Citadel, and serving as guards in Nova Prospekt. If a grenade is not thrown, then it is likely that one or two of the soldiers are making their way to the player’s position.
Sometimes they’re too uncomfortable, other times they restrict what an actor can do, and then there are the times when they simply just don’t look right on camera. If Gordon is right in front of a soldier or beside him, he will resort to a melee attack. It is notable that in the B2 cell block of Nova Prospekt, after a few switches of a security monitor, a shirtless soldier can be seen lying on a table between two control panels. Interestingly, some scripted radio transmissions that appear in bunkers and security rooms in Nova Prospekt speak in a much deeper voice than normal, and use different radio effects. They can also be seen taking cover in Nova Prospekt. Despite the extensive surgery and modifications they receive, Combine Soldiers still appear to have certain human characteristics – for instance, they still feel pain, and during the Nova Prospekt chapter, Doctor Breen is giving what appears to be a morale-boosting speech to them, and they sometimes can be heard shouting expletives in the heat of battle, indicating that they still have human emotions to a certain extent (after throwing a grenade at certain Overwatch units, one can hear them say, “Shit!” before the grenade explodes).
Combine Soldiers are humans that have undergone extensive modifications including, but not limited to, brain and chest surgery, removal of genitalia, and implantation of various mechanical devices in the throat and around the abdomen. Combine Soldiers are equipped with Submachine Guns, shotguns or AR2 Pulse Rifles, as well as grenades. Using these standard-issue weapons, Combine Soldiers typically work in squads of four to six, each squad having at least one soldier armed with a shotgun and another armed with an AR2 Pulse Rifle, while the rest are armed with SMG . His eyes are open, indicating the soldier is not asleep, and is being prepared for clothing. Perhaps the most advanced piece of equipment found on Combine Soldiers are their helmets, which cover the head entirely and are equipped with air filters. When taking cover while in a firefight, be aware that the soldiers who are being engaged will most likely throw a grenade at Gordon, so be ready to throw it back at them with either the Gravity Gun or the “USE” key. This is a good way to get soldiers out into the open if they are hiding behind cover, or just to make them stop shooting at Gordon for a few seconds in order to cause some damage.