It doesn't take much to get gamers excited about Half-Life 3. After all, the community's been waiting on a sequel for nearly ten years. But today, an off-the-cuff comment from the HTC chairwoman has the internet holding its breath. Half-Life 3 feels closer than ever.
It's Friday night and I'm sure you're all about to go out to the discotheque and get weird. Here's an alternate plan, though: watch a soul-crushing short film about Half-Life 3's nonexistence.
Counter-Strike co-creator Minh "Gooseman" Le said in a new interview that he's seen Left 4 Dead 3 in action. He was impressed by it, too.
April Fool's Day is a swirling maelstrom of obligatory humor that we can never escape, no matter how hard we try.
Half-Life 3 probably won't be announced until the year 2534, after Mecha-GabeNewell conquers the Earth with an army of sentient companion cubes and hooks up the human survivors to a neural Steam network. However, one fan has created a Half-Life 3 trailer to let us imagine what a human-developed version of the game would be like.
A new report suggests that Valve will be taking the Half-Life series in a radically new direction with its third direction. Half-Life 3 is allegedly inspired by open-world games like Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
A recent trailer for the S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 keyboard from Mad Catz Interactive went over and beyond to do something no one would have thought a big time company would do: troll for the hits. A gameplay icon briefly appears in a promo trailer for the S.T.R.I.K.E 7 keyboard and the icon is visible enough to make out as none other than Half-Life 3.
If you're dying to hear about Gordon Freeman's next adventure at this year's E3, you're bound to be disappointed. Valve has confirmed that they won't be talking about Half-Life 3 or any new project at the convention.
It's been a long wait for Half-Life fans with no signs pointing towards Half-Life 3 (or Half-Life: Episode 3) in sight. Valve, however, are definitely working on the highly rumored first-person shooter and have echoed exactly that with Gabe Newell opening up on the game.
Valve are working on Half-Life 3. They just haven't told us yet. Still, that doesn't stop the Steam creator toying with its legions of eager Half-Life fans by several teases. It's a well known fact that the studio trolls us from time to time such as its own employees apparently wearing Half-Life 3 shirts. They're at it once again but this time it's more of an internal affair.
Activision gears up for more Guitar Hero, Valve gets serious about Half-Life 3 and Game Informer is rumored to unveil new details about Battlefront 3. These stories and more in this end-of-the-year edition of the weekly recap.
Regarding Half-Life 3...the rumors, the speculation, the trolling...it all got out of hand. In fact, it got so far out of hand that Valve has now stepped in to lay to rest all the talk regarding Half-Life 3 and all the ridiculous rumors and trolling that's been going on.
I'm almost about ready to call it quits on this Half-Life stuff: It's either something or it's all for nothing. Anyways, on Valve's company page the main logo on the website has been replaced with the Citadel from the Half-Life 2 episodes. Something, or nothing?
A new website has popped up with a giant lambda and a Half-Life 3 text logo beneath it. Falling lambdas shower the screen as if its themed to the holidays and this follows closely on the other hints let loose by Valve earlier in the month indicating that Half-Life 3 is coming.
The rumor mill since just before the Spike TV VGAs has been fuming with talk of Half Life 3 ever since Valve employees have been sporting Half Life 3 t-shirts. Well, things escalated to the next level when a source for Valve's ARG tweeted a countdown for a possible Half-Life 3 announcement.