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Submitted by Jonmau5 1294d ago | review

TPV | Bargain Bin Review: The Orange Box

TPV's Phil: "Bargain Bin time again and this week I thought I’d talk about one of the greatest games (if I can call it that) of all time. This game was released by one of the best developers that exist today who have had massive influences on the whole gaming market for what they have achieved over the years. However, it was this title in particular that thrust them into the limelight and gave them the credit they deserved. The company is Valve and the game is The Orange Box. This title was released back in 2007 and was a collection of games that Valve had put their heart and soul into making. The package can be picked up now on consoles for around £4 or less on Amazon and around £8 in your local supermarket. However, if you pick it up on PC and look around some of the second hand stores around like GAME, you can get the disc for little to nothing (I found it for £2)." (PC, PS3, The Orange Box, Xbox 360) 9.5/10

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