Posts Tagged ‘Portal’

Let the Half-Life 3 and Portal 3 Theories Commence, Valve is Going to Start Shipping Games Again

A simple comment is sure to ignite a flurry of theories about the future.

Bridge Constructor Portal Review – Still Alive (PS4)

GLaDOS is happy to test and mock you in a whole new testing facility.

Portal Movie Announcement

Another Portal/Half-Life Writer Has Left Valve

It’s Chet Faliszek this time.

2017 World Video Game Hall of Fame Finalists Include Final Fantasy VII, Tomb Raider

The Strong Museum reveals their 12 finalists.

Portal Movie Announcement

Portal, Half-Life Writer Erik Wolpaw Has Left Valve

He’ll continue his work on Psychonauts 2.

Portal Movie Announcement

J.J. Abrams Says Portal Movie Announcement Coming “Fairly Soon”

This does not mean Half-Life 3.

Half-Life, Portal Movies in Development According to J.J. Abrams

It could still happen!

Half-Life Writer Marc Laidlaw Leaves Valve

He wants to work on self-directed writing projects.

Daily Reaction: How Female Protagonists Should be Portrayed

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Portal Co-Creator’s Next Game to be Announced at PAX Prime

You remember that crazy little game called Portal which literally flipped everyone’sRead the full article…

Free Portal 2 DLC Aiming for Summer Release

After a brief flash of anti-PlayStation rhetoric, Valve has made amends withRead the full article…

Portal 2 Headed To Consoles This April

This past E3 when Gabe Newell, the director of Valve, took theRead the full article…

Portal 2’s Cake Needs Baking Until April 2011

It’s been almost more than the three years since the cake becameRead the full article…

Competitive Multiplayer for Portal 2? Valve Thinks Not

The overwhelming favorite for E3 2010’s Game of the Year was none other than Valve’s sequel to the original smash hit, Portal 2. From Gabe blowing away us Sony fanboys when he walked out on stage at Sony’s Press conference to a trailer that blew many fans of the series, Portal 2 was the talk of the town during gaming’s invasion of downtown Los Angeles 2010. We all know about the games take on your standard co-op mode, but what if I told you that Valve once had a competitive multiplayer mode planned for the game but ultimately scrapped it? Warp your way inside for this one!