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Submitted by CGMagazine 1094d ago | opinion piece

Would a Half-Life Movie Be Any Good?

Gabe Newell and J.J. Abrams talked a big game at last week's D.I.C.E (Design, Innovate, Communicate, Entertainment) Summit. Valve's founder and the director behind TV and movies like Lost, Cloverfield, and Super 8 set themselves up as the pseudo-arbiters of their respective industries in their keynote address. The upfront discussion style they used failed to mask the intended message: that the two of them, now that they plan to work together, may represent the future of videogames and film. (Culture, Half-Life)

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