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Half-Life Alyx: the Valve Index is still sold out

Half-Life: Alyx, the VR title developed by Valve itself and which takes up the history of the historical series from the perspective of Alyx Vance, will be released in less than a month. However, there seem to be problems with ...
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Marc Laidlaw was consulted for Half-Life: Alyx

It is always difficult to accept that one of the creators of a series can get away from it. Marc Laidlaw was instrumental in developing the plots in the Half-Life series. But he had left the company in 2016, leaving space ...
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Free is Beautiful - Half Life Collection

A new chapter of the Half Life series is about to arrive, although it is not the third as hoped by all the players of the original series. So to celebrate the arrival of Half Life: Alyx, Valve ...

Half-Life Opposing Force - New screenshots of the fan source remake emerged

Tripmine Studios has recently published some screenshots of its Half-Life source engine fan remake: Opposing Force, Operation: Black Mesa. The developers aim to recreate the entire Half-Life spin-off. IS,...

Half-Life: Alyx, published the reveal trailer of the new VR title of Valve

In the past few minutes Valve has officially shown the world the reveal trailer for Half-Life: Alyx, the new chapter of the historic brand designed entirely for virtual reality. The Alyx events will be set in ...
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 ...

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 ...

Coronavirus, also Valve Index back with production

We are now losing track of the news regarding hardships and delays in hardware production in this early 2020. The new member of the club ...

Formula 1: Drive to Survive Season 2 - Review

Formula 1: Drive to Survive is a docuserie produced by James Gay-Rees and Paul Martin, two big names, experts in making quality documentaries. There...

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