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Half-Life 2 Ep 2: Valve Software Interview

The incredible Half-Life 2 series is gearing up for its next episode later this year, in the shape of Half-Life 2: Episode Two - what Valve has described as its very own 'Two Towers', before the 'Return of the King' finale with Episode Three.

Valve, partnered with EA for the series' episodic updates, is releasing a sensational pack called The Orange Box for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 that inbcludes the original Half-Life 2 game, Half-Life 2: Episode 1, the anticipated Episode Two, as well as Team Fortress 2 and the mind-shattering original shooter that is Portal - demonstrating the true world-class level of this developer's output, combined with the publishing might of EA.

The strategy of offering fans episodic follow-up content to the landmark sequel, which debuted back in 2004, has been the subject of interest and debate - and it's the Half-Life 2 series itself that forms the basis of Kikizo.com's exclusive interview with Valve bigwig Doug Lombardi.

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FordGTGuy3569d ago

are the only things even keeping my interesting in Half-Life.

highps33569d ago

Sorry but ill just check it out on my PC.

zonetrooper53569d ago

I'm getting HL2:E2, Portal and Team Fortress 2 on my PC as well it will suck on both the Xbox 360 and PS3 sorry console fans it will.

HaKeRsCanRotINHEL3569d ago

So I'm very much looking forward too the Orange Box.^^^Zonetrooper5, lets pass judgment once the console versions are released!

Violater3569d ago

they can keep their games, let em make games for the Wii since they love it so much. I'll play my PS3 exclusives.

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