This was a triumph.
For its latest VR controller, Knuckles EV2.
To direct a "PC action co-op game".
Portal and Left 4 Dead writer runs out of Steam.
"You want your freedom? Take it."
Get ready to never stop thinking with portals.
Here's a thing.
Along with Flashback, Babel Rising, and Brain Challenge.
Alleges developer exploited minors for free labour, discriminated against transgender staff.
Of course there's cake.
Larger quantities ship Q1 2016.
Rocket League coming to SteamOS and Mac after sales success.
Sing when you're winning (at video games).
The icing on the cake.
Free fan-made expansion offers 6-10 hours of content.
What the Chell?
"The future is finally here."
12-hour campaign launches free next month.
Half-Life and Portal soundtracks DLC going free.
Aperture Tag is now on sale.
Publisher Cryptozoic says Valve's prototype required "minimal input".
So far only out in North America.
"The first anyone had seen publicly of Portal 2 was relayed over this modem from 1987 from my kitchen"
Grr, ARG, it was Adam Foster all along.
Ooze weird now?
UPDATE: Abrams really is in talks with Valve about Half-Life/Portal movies. "It's as real as anything in Hollywood ever gets."
New Line signs game fan to direct classic comic conversion.
Pan's Labyrinth director a fan of Portal.
Valve deploys new update, support still alive.
Plus: Portal 2 DLC, Sonic Racing, NFS: Most Wanted demo.
Costs eight quid.
In the US, anyway.
Weta makes a nifty Portal turret, too.
They sure aren't pretty.
Still Alive inspired by God Hand's end credits.
"We're frustrated by the lack of innovation."
What's that you say about Half-Life 3?
Disallows class action lawsuits, improves individual claims.
Get ready to think with Legos.
You don't need to eat for a month, right?
"If we thought having a 75 per cent sale on Portal 2 would cheapen Portal 2, we wouldn't do it."
The Half-Life maker on its "organic gravity well".
"It will be fun to be a fan."
UPDATE: Free hat until 4th July.
"Can you think with perspective?"
And explains what kids can learn from it.
Are you GLaD?
Fei Long, Guile and Chun-Li in Capcom/Valve mash-up.
Download pre-loads, new releases and latest purchases while out and about.
Kim Swift offers her take on Employee Handbook leak.
And insists she hasn't finished Portal 2.
Valve having a weekend Steam sale to celebrate.
PC level editor available from today.
Perpetual Testing Initiative level editor due next month.
"Please, no rumours about Steam glasses being announced at E3."
"Help us invent whole new gaming experiences."
Skyrim goes home empty-handed, British studios win big.
"I would like to be able to fondle the dragon by wearing a glove."
Coomer's PC a test unit for Steam Big Picture Mode.
And Valve is worth over $3 billion.
Wheatley's death, the other spheres, the original ending and co-op story, competitive multiplayer and a Garfield parody. Spoilers!
And the awards could go to...
Skyrim dominates the evening.
Voiced, it seems, by Nolan North.
Uncharted 3 most nominated.
Can you guess what it is yet?
Hole in one.
Levine! Molyneux! Jaffe! Garriott!
It may have lacked innovation, but the breadth of experiences made 2011 a year to savour.
Perhaps Gabe Newell along.
Due out early next year.
Crysis! NBA Jam! Portal 2 DLC!
Out now on XBLA.
Peer Review goes live next week.
Portal 2, TF2 and Spiral Knights supported.
But vice versa for Left 4 Dead.
Would love Xbox Live restriction relaxed.
CS: GO, Steam, Portal 2 DLC and Half-Life 3.
New test chambers incoming.
Dead Space 2, Dragon Age II pass 2m.
"Greatest" design "we're ever likely to see."
Summer contest winners announced.
Can Valve sequel match original's tally?
Extra levels for the new controller.
DOTA 2? Portal 2 DLC? Half-Life 3?
Heavy Rain! Killzone! Portal 2!
But hardware sales continue freefall.
First of three downloads available now.
Adoptive parent "shocked at insensitivity".
Xbox 360 takes hardware crown.
"I can never do this again."
Make your own maps, skins, models, sounds.
Gabe Newell promises "single player plus".
Steel Diver sinks without trace.
Valve patches up bugs and system crashes.
New test chambers, challenge mode due.
Valve confirms more content cooking.
Multiplayer-focused future hinted at.
Erik Wolpaw on writing the great video game comedy.
Through the looking glass.
Source running on Microsoft console and Microsoft OS.
Is the PS3 version really the best console SKU?
Computer and Console go head-to-head.
Valve's first cross-platform project compared.
Valve plugs a few holes.
"Market reaction" to Valve's Steam release.
Mutiny at DLC prices, game length, ARG.
Valve digitally delivers.
Aperture Science welcomes Eurogamer back.
Eurogamer puzzles the first levels out.
Portal 2! Mortal Kombat! Op Flash!
The sound of science.
Get stuck into the Potato Sack now.
Aperture countdown teases possibility.
PS3/PC co-op requires Steam account.
Physics-flaunting Aperture tech revealed.
Concept designs and cover art released.
"Just try and get close to that baby."
EA debuts brand new teaser.
Beware: gratuitous robot cruelty within.
"We're going to have fun with science."
Do a Gabe and tell us your password.
"I walk around the hall with my iron fist."
Portal 2 PS3 features Valve's "first step".
Wormhole your way in.
Chet Faliszek and Erik Wolpaw help us think with portals.
But PS3 version "one to get" for co-op fans.
Chell be coming round the mountain.
Controller support and TV navigation, too.
But it's not "fully integrated" yet.
Aperture Science creates gift guide.
Is "tremendously profitable" says Newell.
Plus, cross-platform user-generated levels.
PS3 version unlocks free Steam copy.
Still Alive composer pens new tune.
Valve backs new PC motion controller.
Will publish it in shops.
Orange and Blue GLaD to see you.
The date was a lie.
Not all gamers want "stress" of multiplayer.
Right back Aperture.
It takes orange and blue, baby.
Laser eyes on this new footage.
"You earn their business every single time."
Stephen Merchant to vocalise.
An old trick made new.
Equal opportunity death by suckage.
If you can't stand the heat, pick it up and move it.
"Churning tunnels of liquid asbestos."
Have a little faith in GLaDOS and Aperture.
Looks like GLaDOS has learned a few new tricks.
The lack of announcement is a lie.
Due out in 2011.
New "ethics-review-panel-supervised" date.
Boss quells Half-Life 2 speculation.
Valve ready to unveil Episode Three?
She's still not even angry.
Valve GDC BSOD joke points to E3.
Launching in April with all Valve's games.
GameStop and Game Informer blow lid.
On PC and Xbox 360.