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Half-Life 2: The Orange Box (PS3)
IGN Reviews The Orange Box for PS3 [Score: 8.4/10]

ps3.ign.com - December 11, 2007


Submitted by -THE-RAY- (266) at 10:51AM PST on December 11, 2007


Certainly, Valve established itself in a number of ways when it originally released Half-Life many years ago. Not only did it create refined and creative gameplay mechanics that inspired a number of other developers in the years that followed, but Valve also told a very interesting, admittedly intense story. Perhaps more than that, they told it well. Extremely well.
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Half-Life 2: The Orange Box (PS3)
Orange Box to PlayStation 3 Next Week

1up.com - December 3, 2007


Submitted by CrAzZyYmAn (597) at 2:31AM PST on December 4, 2007


Electronic Arts announced today that The Orange Box will be available on PlayStation 3 in North America and Europe next week, on December 11th. France and Germany can expect to see the PlayStation 3 version early next year.
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Half-Life 2: The Orange Box (PS3)
Portal most innovative game of the year

next generation - December 11, 2007


Submitted by morlun (1502) at 10:37AM PST on December 12, 2007


Valve's Portal was recently named the most innovative game of 2007 by next gen.!
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Half-Life 2: The Orange Box (PS3)
Half life 2 Episode 2 store date confirmed

Shacknews - June 15, 2007


Submitted by welshbloke (45) at 7:21AM PST on June 15, 2007


Shacknews are claiming that Valve have confirmed Half Life 2 Episode 2 (Orange Box) will be released on ALL platforms 9 Oct 2007. This includes the PS3.
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Half-Life 2: The Orange Box (PS3)
The Orange Box (PS3) Review

kotaku - December 3, 2007


Submitted by Bleezy (729) at 11:19PM PST on December 3, 2007


To put it bluntly, The Orange Box for the PS3 simply the least impressive release of the three, across the board, strongly outperformed by its Xbox 360 and PC counterparts. Those with a choice, who for some reason may have waited until now to pick up the collection, should look to the non-PlayStation 3 editions of the game if they can. Those who do will enjoy a smoother experience and have access to each platforms' version of Achievements.
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Half-Life 2: The Orange Box (PS3)
New Weapons Coming To Team Fortress 2 PC

kotaku.com - January 23, 2008


Submitted by feelmyring (351) at 8:33AM PST on January 23, 2008


"Along with the new class-based achievements they start rolling out next update, each class will get a pair of unlockable weapons that have the potential to change how they are played." Again, this is for PC, but PS3 and Xbox 360 could follow suit.
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Half-Life 2: The Orange Box (PS3)
Recommended on CNN top 5

CNN - November 22, 2007


Submitted by sam300 (1040) at 9:47AM PST on November 25, 2007


TOP 5 recommended mature games on CNN and gamestop.
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Half-Life 2: The Orange Box (PS3)
Gamespy Preview of Portal " you enjoy being given more...

Gamespy.com - March 7, 2007


Submitted by Gaara42 (10) at 7:41AM PST on April 30, 2007


Gamespy Preview of Portal " you enjoy being given more to think about than just where to point and shoot, then Portal may well be the most pleasant surprise packed into [Half-Life 2: The Orange Box] later this year."
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Half-Life 2: The Orange Box (PS3)
1UP previews The Orange Box for the PS3

1up - November 21, 2007


Submitted by -THE-RAY- (266) at 2:31AM PST on November 22, 2007


In an interview earlier this year, Valve Software founder Gabe Newell referred to PlayStation 3 as "a waste of everybody's time." This attitude shows in the development structure of The Orange Box. While the PC and Xbox 360 versions were handled by Valve, the PS3 port was handed off to an internal team at EA.
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Half-Life 2: The Orange Box (PS3)
PS3 Orange Box Not That Broken?

Kotaku - November 27, 2007


Submitted by ixaarii (436) at 12:44AM PST on November 28, 2007


In a new light after the recent news of severe problems with the PS3 version, Kotaku revisits the subject based on impressions from IGN and Gamespy saying things don't appear to be as bad as initially portrayed and that the game is still a worthy PS3 holiday addition.
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