A lot of things can change during the development of a game. Half-Life is rich with lore, and because of this, things have constantly changed during the series development.
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The other day there was buzz about certain listings being added to SteamDB. Among many was Half-Life 3. Supposedly.
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It happened again. Another bit of what we want to believe is Half-Life 3 has appeared in the wild. But how big of a deal is this?
There’s something strange going on over at BlackMesaSource.com.
The website for the highly anticipated Half-Life recreation modification, Black Mesa, started showing a mysterious video the other day of an analogue TV filled with color bars, which is directing viewers to a some sort of countdown clock.
Update: It appears that the Black Mesa Workshop is now publicly live and a new map ‘dm_tension’ has also been added. Earlier this week we also saw a strange countdown appear on the Black Mesa website, could this be part of whatever they are about to announce?
Several multiplayer levels from the popular Black Mesa modification may have just been leaked thanks to a glitch on the Steam Workshop.
It has been a while since Valve expanded the Half-Life and Portal universe. The 2015 Game Developers Conference held on March 4, 2014, however, brought the ‘Aperture Science Virtual Reality Demo‘, which was enough to get fan’s hopes up for the next potential instalment of the series.
This is an editorial by Lilgreenman discussing the community’s reactions to Gabe Newell’s most recent comments about the future of the Half-Life series that were made at GDC 2015 as part of the first episode of the GameSlice podcast hosted by Geoff Keighley. All views expressed in this article are his own.
You ever notice how just as the community starts to drop down into the dumps, something comes completely out of left field and gives us something to talk about again? Funny how that happens with Valve…
We’re living in a world where you can’t trust to almost anyone.
The bad thing is – if you can’t trust to your publisher or a developer even if NDA means nothing to them.
Today (or I’d say yesterday) a screenshot of email, which was sent to publishers and developers by Valve, was leaked by a Russian developer via Steam Greenlight – a system that uses the community’s help to pick some new games to be released on Steam.
Most of you can say ‘No, it can’t be true. It’s a fake’, but unfortunately – no. No it’s not.
This is, probably, the biggest leak, related to Steam that I have ever witnessed (but I’m pretty sure that I have forgotten something).