The event ends early next week.
At least someone’s giving Left 4 Dead new life.
Sure, it probably doesn’t mean much, but the mere mention of Half-Life 3 is always exciting.
We’d love to see this, but it’s doubtful.
Spoiler: It doesn’t sound like he’s working on Half-Life 3.
Please do not make the Half-Life 3 joke.
Activision Blizzard, Valve, and EA are under fire, though more publishers may soon follow.
All 12 developers will maintain their jobs.
A simple comment is sure to ignite a flurry of theories about the future.
GLaDOS is happy to test and mock you in a whole new testing facility.
It’s out a few days earlier on other consoles.
It’s hard to overstate my satisfaction.
It’s the collaboration you never knew you needed.
Since there most likely won’t be a Left 4 Dead 3 anytime soon.
It’s Chet Faliszek this time.
He’ll continue his work on Psychonauts 2.
Valve doesn’t like when “someone is trying to insert a lot of process between us and our customers.”
This does not mean Half-Life 3.
Shady YouTubers continue being shady.
There are a lot of new developers taking risks.
It could still happen!