On October 10 2007, Valve didn't just release a video game, they released three. All came in the one package, and it was called The Orange Box.
Here is Imanex with today's instalment of Video Game Things I Never Even Thought Of But Are Very Impressive Now That I've Seen Them.
Look at that orange hole in the wall! adBrickBuilder, who goes by Anthony Wilson on Flickr (where you can see other Lego creations), posted their latest project to Reddit. One commenter pointed out that this wasn't the "correct solve" solve for the puzzle at hand, but it looks sleek and rad nonetheless.
We're back with our third and final Kotaku Splitscreen special episode from the Game Developers Conference in sunny San Francisco.
Today was one of those occasions that comes once, maybe twice (but definitely not thrice) in a lifetime. Gabe Newell arose from his Scrooge McDuck-esque lake of knives and cash to conduct an AMA. Spoiler: He likes Portal 2 more than Half-Life, and despite appearances to the contrary, Valve still makes games.
The Orange Box is backward compatible with the Xbox One today. You should probably replay Half-Life 2. Just sayin'.
Valve's new VR performance test program= contains a two-minute snippet of the infamous Portal-themed Aperture Robot Repair demo. But there's also more, if you know where to look.
The impact of Portal across video games and wider pop culture was massive.
That struck me whilst watching this video. It's a fantastic, detailed look at the history of Portal's development and it features a lot of information I, personally, was not aware of.
Well worth a watch if you have a spare 15 minutes.
Free Portal-themed goodness comes to Rocket League PC on Tuesday. Players need but to complete a match to earn several pieces of Aperture Science-flavored kit, from cake stickers to Companion Cube antenna toppers. Check out the Steam news post for full details.