Developer Valve hasn't announced a PlayStation 3 version of upcoming first-person puzzle game Portal 2—only Xbox 360, PC and Mac versions are official—but one magazine seems to think its coming, naming it among its "must-play PS3 games."
Jason McIntosh, producer of television show The Gameshelf and writer of the blog of the same name, explores the similarities between the video game and comic book markets of the past and present. Here, his second entry on the subject.
Owners of the Xbox 360 version of The Orange Box were greeted with an update today, one that adds something new to at least one of the included games, Team Fortress 2. Quickly temper your expectations.
Steam's weekend deal should take care of any leftover PC gamers who've yet to experience the glory of The Orange Box, with the whole shebang available now for 66% off.
Valve issued an update for Team Fortress 2 earlier this week, full of bug fixes and gameplay tweaks. One of the more substantial, was a change to TF2's "critical hits" system, which Valve explains.
What's this? A Team Fortress 2 update?! Oh goodie! The official TF2 blog finally gets an update, foretelling of incoming changes to the multiplayer game, something Spies and Engineers should definitely take note of.
Valve's re-release of the original Portal, dubbed Portal: Still Alive, was released for Xbox Live Arcade today. It's Portal, but with 14 smart new levels tacked on, and it'll set you back 1200 Microsoft Points. Potentially more interesting than the release of a baker's dozen plus one set of maps, is Portal: Still Alive…
PC gamers are enjoying new Team Fortress 2 updates right now. Things like new maps, the new Payload gameplay mode, new weapons, and balance tweaks are old hat to the Steam set. Console gamers, however, are pretty much stuck with the stock Team Fortress 2 experience that shipped with The Orange Box. That all may…
Let's state the obvious: Valve gave us a heck of a deal with The Orange Box. And if a developer were ever justified in charging console consumers for DLC, it would be Valve through a Team Fortress 2 map pack. But here's the thing, Valve has no interest in charging us for more maps. Valve's VP of marketing Doug…