Electronic Arts has called the port of Valve's Orange Box onto PS3 a "challenge situation" - and admitted that the release didn't quite live up to the developer's expectations.
The Orange Box - which contained Half-Life 2, Portal and Team Fortress 2, among others - was ported onto PS3 by EA's UK team.
It won good critical acclaim from the press - hitting an 89 per cent average on Metacritic, but some critics bemoaned frame rate issues - and the SKU didn't hit the 95+ heights of the PC and Xbox 360 SKUs.
Indeed, Valve would later call the PS3 port a "stepchild version". The developer told CVG in February that it regretted the release - adding that it didn't put its "best foot forward with the PS3 community".