30,000 People are Going to Play Half-Life 2 as a Protest Against Half-Life 3

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Or is it a protest for Half-Life 3? Whatever.

The point being, This weekend over 30,000 members of a Steam group will sit down and play Half-Life 2. Calling themselves "A Call for Communication", the group says "we have decided to gain Valve's attention by delivering a basic message: Your oldest and longest running fanbase would like better communication."

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That "better communication" would come in the form of any communication as to the whereabouts of Half-Life 2: Episode 3, or as it's more commonly believed to be these days, simply Half-Life 3.

Will it work? Probably not. But hey, any excuse to play through Half-Life 2 again is a good excuse!

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A Call for Communication [Steam]

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DISCUSSION

AlKusanagi
AlKusanagi

"Hey guys, look how popular HL2 still is with the community! Guess we don't need to hurry up with the next one. Now about we finish up that Left 4 Dead/Portal crossover?"