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Half-Life: Alyx

Half-Life: Alyx - Valve surprisingly announces a new Half-Life!

Half-Life: Alyx will be the new Flagship VR game by Gabe Newell's giant. Surprisingly, a few minutes ago a tweet on Valve's account indicated the release date: this Thursday at 10 in the morning ...
Half-life fan-made demo of 3

Half Life 3 - demo of a fan-made version of Unreal Engine 4 available ...

Good news for Half-Life fans. Denys Almaral released a demo of its fan-made version of Half-Life 3 in Unreal Engine 4. The most interesting aspect of this story is that it uses assets ...

New Half-Life between 5 years? UPDATE: The news was a fake

For all those who have never stopped waiting for a new chapter of Half-Life, there still seems to be hope! Gabe Newell is responding to a large number of recent emails, and has virtually confirmed ...

The 2 Portal writer returns to Valve

Jay Pinkerton, Portal 2 writer, Team Fortress 2 and Left 4 Dead series, has returned to work for Valve. Pinkerton had left the company in June last year for unspecified reasons. It was just ...

Half-Life: 19 new patch years later ... clues to the third chapter?

The first Half-Life received a small update. The patch was made available on Steam a few hours ago and fixed some issues (small and large) reported largely by community members ...

Bandai Namco, the secrets behind the development of Shonen Jump games

Although Bandai Namco holds the rights, at least in distribution, of the most disparate titles, the video games most associated with it are those dedicated to brands ...

Hunters: criticism from Auschwitz Memorial due to a scene

Hunters, the Amazon show available on Prime Video (our preview here), was criticized by Auschwitz Memorial due to a scene ...

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