I read this press release this morning from Valve about Portal 2. Like the title says– Best. Positive Spin. Ever. VALVE ANNOUNCES SHORTEST DELAY IN VALVE HISTORY Valve today announced that Portal 2— the sequel to the ground-breaking title that won over 30 game of the year awards, despite missing its original ship date—will now
For those who wish to geek out for a moment. If you play Team Fortress 2, you’ll get the most appreciation out of this. This was a user created map which unleashed a terrible creation– the Catnarok!!
Only gamers would understand this. In 2008, I played some of Penny Arcade’s “Rain on the Precipice of Darkness Part 1.” That about sums up my computer gaming for the past five years up until recently. The past thirty days has seen a dramatic change in that. I recently finished Portal (now anxiously awaiting Portal
So Valve’s Steam released Half-Life 2 (plus eps 1 and 2) for the Mac today. The HL2 having an introductory $6.99 price tag, I really couldn’t refuse. This makes Half-Life my first official Steam purchase! The process itself was pretty seemless, with varying options to pay for your purchases, this could almost be considered too
So Valve released Steam for the Mac today. WHAT!?! Oh yeah, it’s on. What’s even better– Portal is FREE for the next couple of weeks. To cap it all off– Valve’s going to be pumping out the majority of their library including Left for Dead (1 and 2!). Great news for the Mac gaming community.