NVIDIA has announced that it has acquired Valve for an undisclosed sum of money, securing the rights behind the digital distribution platform Steam, as well as original IP like Half-Life, Counter-Strike, Dota 2, and Left 4 Dead.
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Source (Pun not intended): Leaked screens allegedly show off Source 2.0 | PC Gamer
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Left 4 Dead 3 and Source Engine 2 reportedly referenced in Valve changelog | PC Gamer
Valve has put up this teaser site with a countdown timer and announced that they are going to make three big announcements over the coming days.
Though I am skeptical that this has anything to do with HL3, but I think this could be an official...
Valve and Xi3's 'Steam Box' codenamed Piston, early specs detailed at*CES | Polygon
The "Steam Box" modular computer announced by hardware maker Xi3 and Valve at CES is codenamed "Piston" and is modeled after the PC maker's X7A line of pint-sized computers, Xi3 reps tell Polygon.
Link to Dota 2 Discussion thread : http://www.thinkdigit.com/forum/gamerz/155817-dota-2-a.html
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In short Dota 2 is an awesome game that has a "very long"...
Recent twitter updates have left fans speculating that Valve is preparing their community for a massive announcement and posts by IGN that seems to tie in to this are possibly hinting at an update on the Half Life series.
Earlier today IGN tweeted a famous line straight out of G-MAN intro...
DOTA 2 is being developed by Valve in conjunction with ICEFROG the current author of the Dota custom maps for Warcraft 3.
It is seen by Dota players as a direct upgrade over the existing Dota game. However being in closed Beta, it is yet to be seen if it lives up to...
WELL PLACED SOURCES tell us that Google is going to be buying Valve any second now. If you have to stop and think about why, you probably are not aware of Steam, Valve's amazing content distribution platform.
Read more at the Source: The Inquirer
EA have recently hit the market with NFS and Battlefield ports for the OS X, so Valve couldn't wait to seize the opportunity and make an OS X port of their own. Of course, Half Life 2 seems to have been
the chosen title and the talks with Apple were...