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Gabe Newell shares development philosophy with Jonathan Ross - video

Gabe Newell has shared his game development philosophy with TV presenter Jonathan Ross at the BAFTA Games Awards 2013.

Ross detailed a conversation he had with the Valve co-founder, who he presented with the BAFTA Fellowship on stage yesterday (March 5).

After denying to reveal when Half-Life 3 would be released, Newell then explained to Ross why Valve takes its time with games, saying: "Late is for a little while, terrible is forever."

Ross also revealed that he is making "two, maybe four more" games in 2013 after the release of his first title Catcha Catcha Aliens on iOS in December. (Dev, Gabe Newell, Jonathan Ross, PC)

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