Ten years ago, Valve released The Orange Box and unleashed one of the most menacing and memorable gaming villains of the 21st century. This is a salute to Portal's GLaDOS.
Now if only they would make some games.
The Orange Box first released 10 years ago this week. Shacknews is celebrating with a look back at the earliest days of a video game juggernaut.
A post on the internal Steamworks group shows the company is looking closely at keys requested in comparison to Steam sales of the game.
Surely some people in the crowd were chanting 'Boo-urns!'
There are still 32 days left to go in the crowdfunding and the prize monty has almost hit $21 million.
The main goal in all the planned changes is to point gamers to the titles they are most interested in.
The patch also affects other games using the Half-Life engine, including Counter-Strike, Day of Defeat, Condition Zero, Half-Life: Blue Shift, Half-Life: Opposing Force and Team Fortress Classic.
It's a burning question given how much money you can save before it all vanishes into thin air.
That number has dropped to around 205,000, but those are still a lot of return requests.
It will run through July 5, with some massive sales to kick things off.
Mark you calendars for June 22 and check your bank accounts and credit card balances.
That's four writers gone now over the last two years.
Developers will be able to recoup the fee, which could have been as high as $5,000.
The new update for the beta brings many things that users have been seeking, or creating themselves.
Whether actual money is returned is a different issue, but that works out to more than 343,000 requests in a week and almost 18 million in a year.
Smurfing is out of hand, people, and Valve wants to pin down the jerks griefing the noobs.
April 5 will be the first Vive Day. Head to their website on Wednesday for some awesome savings!
The popular multiplayer eSports title gets a map based on Venice called Canals.
The company adds SensoMotoric Instruments to the firms it is collaborating with for its OpenVR platform.