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In December 2012, former PopCap staff Tod Semple and Jeff Gates teamed up with Valve to form Valve San Francisco. Now the team has split to form its own studio, Temple Gate Games. "Jeff [Gates] and I are working on indie games again," Semple told IGN...
Filed under: VALVE, LEFT 4 DEAD 3
While touring Valve's Seattle office, members of the Dota 2 subreddit spotted mentions of Left 4 Dead 3 and Source 2 engine on the company's internal project tracker. The above image has been zoomed in quite a bit to show what the users saw from Valve's office...
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John Carmack is nearing the final stages of developing the world's first mainstream virtual reality headset: Oculus Rift. While it's an important milestone for VR, it still isn't everything envisioned. Valve Game Programmer Michael Abrash explained to PC Gamer that he's sold on Oculus Rift and its technology...
Recently, it was revealed that Valve and Capcom have decided to merge two of their popular game franchises and now we have proof. Check it out: "We're huge Resident Evil fans, so when the opportunity arose to work directly with Capcom to combine L4D2 and RE6, we jumped at it," commented Valve's Chet Faliszek...
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In these trying times for video game developers and publishers, it just goes to show that no one is safe; not even the giant known as Valve. Gamasutra has reported that Valve has laid off an undisclosed number of employees. Thus far, the layoffs appear to be only within Valve's hardware and Android-development departments...
There's an interesting little report over at ValveTime, where certain images are being trotted out. Not just any images. These screenies are, supposedly, from Valve Software's cancelled Half-Life 2: Episode 4. The report also appears to mention that the title -- Half-life 2: Episode 4 or Return to Ravenholm -- was in development over at Arkane Studios...
As reported yesterday, after keeping things under wraps for a long time, Valve finally confirmed that they are going to release a brand new piece of tech. However, it appears that they won't be showcasing the new platform at CES after all, which is a mighty bummer since that's what the bloody CES is for...
The CES (Jan. 8 - Jan. 11) is about to kick off and we've just received word that Valve will finally lift the lid on its much talked about hardware project. It appears that the well-known development studio Valve and Xi3Corporation created a new peace of tech, created to support Steam and its Big Picture mode on HDTV screens...
Filed under: PORTAL 2, CO-OP, VALVE
Valve reveals that the latest update for the first-person puzzle game, Portal 2, features a few new improvements, chief among which is the addition of the split-screen co-op 'Big Picture' mode. Here's the official word: Big Picture Support Added 2 controller splitscreen support for Standard Co-Op...
Oh c'mon, you know he deserves it. The very mention of that name inspires loyalty. You don't know who it is? Shame on you. Anyway, we're talking, naturally, about Valve co-founder and president Gabe Newell who, rightfully so, is about to join the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences' Hall of Fame - in 2013, to be exact...
There's still a lot we don't know about Valve and what they're actually working on right now. Recently, reports have indicated that the well-known game developer and owner of the digital service Steam is thinking of going in the hardware manufacturing business...
According to a report from Journal du Gamer (translation via OXM), which cited a "trusted source" close to developer Valve, Half-life 3 is, in fact, in development. Supposedly the game won't be out until after 2013. Meanwhile, and this is the cool bit, the anonymous source commented that the game was inspired by the RPG Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim...
Filed under: EA, VALVE
Well, who didn't, eh? NY Times reports that "Valve has been pursued over the years by Electronic Arts, which would very likely have valued Valve at well over $1 billion had the talks progressed that far," with the publication claiming that info came from "two people with knowledge of the discussion who spoke on condition of anonymity because the talks were private...
Filed under: COMIC, HUMOR, VALVE
They mean it when they say it, you know. I don't know about Half-Life and all that, but there are other pressing issues as well. AT COMIC: Valve On Important Issues
Seduce Me is a title from No Reply Games. It made a recent appearance on Valve's digital delivery service, Steam. Valve has pulled the game from Steam Greenlight, claiming that the developer violated the terms of service. Here's a bit of gameplay footage from Seduce Me...
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