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Oct 9, 2007
You can't get much for sixty bucks these days. Dinner and a movie for two? Perhaps. A pair of jeans? Maybe one leg. So there's no way five incredible games, all worthy of individual purchase, would be available for that low, low price, right?
You poor naive fool, says Valve, how wrong you are. Their Orange Box is finally here, and its five big sections - Half-Life 2: Episode Two, Team Fortress 2, Portal, Half-Life 2, and Half-Life 2: Episode One - are all juicy, delicious, and priced to sell. We've bitten into all of them, so have a taste:
Half-Life 2: Episode Two review
The latest chapter in Dr. Freeman's unusual career is as thrilling as ever.
Team Fortress 2 review
The online multiplayer shooter with the face of Pixar and the heart of Schwarzenegger blows shit up and looks really cute doing it.
This first-person, physics-bending puzzler is terrific, hilarious, and over too fast.
Half-Life 2: Episode One review
Way better than The Phantom Menace. Just way better.
Half-Life 2 review
We won't judge you if you haven't played it. But there's always been an empty place in your soul, hasn't there?
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