October 04, 2003


The upcoming release of Valve Software's Half-life 2 is driving gamers into a frenzy of anticipation. With considerably less hype, but perhaps destined to be even more of a milestone, Valve have already released a distributed file system, Steam, which claims to pioneer the much vaunted online distribution model. If there is any merit to their claims, this could be the first commercial sign of infrastructure for re-mixable film.

Posted by .M. at October 4, 2003 03:20 PM | TrackBack


Valve ask the Half-Life community to help track down the crackers who nabbed the Half-Life 2 source tree and leaked it.

Posted by: .M. on October 7, 2003 01:59 PM

Talk about building the hype. Half-Life 2 has been downloaded onto my system but I can't touch it. As a Steam subscriber, I've taken up the offer to "pre-load" the game for when it is released.


Posted by: .M. on September 8, 2004 09:19 AM
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