Valve's Gabe Newell on the possibility of more Half-Life and/or Portal content: 'Yep'
While not a confirmation, Newell teasing a chance of more content is the first morsel of possibility that fans have tasted in years.READ MORE >
Valve's Gabe Newell is Worth More Than Donald Trump
Valve boss Gabe Newell is worth more than both Donald Trump and Oprah.READ MORE >
Valve insider: 'There is no such thing as Half-Life 3'
An anonymous source says that Half-Life 3 could have gone through several iterations across multiple genres, but no idea has progressed very far.READ MORE >
Fake Half-Life: 3 announcement spotted at Gamescom 2016
At this point, who knows when Half-Life 3 is coming?READ MORE >
NVIDIA Shield tablet receiving Android 5.0 Lollipop on Nov. 18
NVIDIA has quite the update coming for Shield tablet owners as not only will Android 5.0 Lollipop be launching next week, but a new bundle and also GRID will be come, too!READ MORE >
Black Mesa coming to retail with updated Source engine
The fan-made remake of Half-Life, Black Mesa, is coming to Steam as a retail release and will utilize an updated version of Valve's Source engine.READ MORE >
Half-Life 3 not in the works due to 'mo-cap issue,' claimed voice actor
Voice actor John Patrick Lowrie has been in multiple Valve games, from the original Half-Life 2 to the recent Dota 2. And he claims that Valve is actually not working on a Half-Life sequel at all.READ MORE >
J.J. Abrams says Half-Life and Portal movie idea is 'real,' promises collaboration
"We're super excited about that and we also want to talk about making movies, either a Portal movie or a Half-Life movie," Gabe Newell said at DICE today. But how far has he gotten in making this idea a reality?READ MORE >
Half-Life 2: Episode 4 media details the 'Return to Ravenholm'
Half-Life 2 "Return to Ravenholm" has been publicly canceled for quite a while, but we have a better look at Valve's former partner-project with Arkane Studios thanks to some new concept art and animation tests.READ MORE >
Valve: 'common sense' to allow Black Mesa and fan remakes
While not officially sanctioned by Valve, the company has made no effort blocking the Black Mesa remake, calling it "common sense" to allow fan-created efforts to thrive.READ MORE >