Gordon Freeman visits Kleiner's Lab

Valve might want to get the plumbers in to fix those leaky Steam pipes [Groan -Readers].

Further to our story yesterday that a bunch of kids handy with a hex editor had managed to crack Steam's file storage system wide open and view unofficially released Half-Life 2 video content, one such video has now been whored across the interweb without so much as a sniff of involvement from Valve. We're not sure what the developer's position is on the accidental leakage of the 80MB Kleiners Lab footage, but we'd imagine they're not best pleased about it. Sorry Valve - but rest assured everyone thinks it looks amazing!

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