UPDATE: It's official!
Don't lash out.
To direct a "PC action co-op game".
Portal and Left 4 Dead writer runs out of Steam.
Alleges developer exploited minors for free labour, discriminated against transgender staff.
Vortigone for good?
Now a free man.
Combine it with the main game.
Adam Foster's two-and-a-half-year job application for the world's most enigmatic game developer.
Oh they'll induct anyone have they no standards etc..
They sure aren't pretty.
Rise and shine.
Plus, we ask, what's taking Half-Life 3 so long?
"We're acutely aware of how much we annoy our fans."
But far less than 50,000 signed up to do so.
Up to 29,000 gamers to play Half-Life 2 this Saturday.
But will Valve listen?
Some vintage 2007 frame-rate analysis...
Impulse maker Stardock draws parallels.
"I walk around the hall with my iron fist."
Includes Left 4 Dead. Bargain!
Centralise game data starting with L4D.
Should remedy many of the problems.
Same week in US and Europe.
Chatting about Portal and whether Orange Box will return.
So you can buy them separately.
We pit EA's port against PC and 360.
Are we there yet?
Valve pushes the button.
What next in the parade of constant obstacles?
Portal and Episode Two files.
From next Monday.
"We don't track that."
On Orange Box, Steam, Wii controls, next-gen.
Episodic, in-game ads, Steam, XBL, EA, you.
David Speyrer, Gautam Babbar and Doug Lombardi open up.
But, you know, don't place bets.
Images of the Whip MIT Grad.
Orange and black box details.
Now for summer 2007.
Three of them.
Doug Lombardi on Episode Two, TF2 and Portal.
Real-time demos, says Lombardi.
Valve heading to GC 2006.
Lovely woody sort of trailer.
360, PS3 and PC - and it'll ship with Team Fortress 2.
Spoiler alert! Spoiler alert!
Part 2: On Warren Spector, Alyx, and the importance of playtesting.
Gabe Newell and co. on Hollywood, Episode One and future expansions.