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Hei dere! Jeg kom over en podcast med Gabe Newell (da jeg søkte på Half Life 3), som er sjefen for Valve, og kanskje den eneste som kan svare på om Half Life 3 kommer. For ikke så alt for lenge siden gjorde fans en demonstrasjon for å legge press på Valve om Half Life 3 informasjon. Half Life serien er fortsatt en av de "viktigste" spillene i historien og Half Life la også grunnstenen for Counter Strike og Team Fortress spillene, som faktisk var mods til Half Life spillet. Mange vil nok også argumentere for at Half Life har hatt betydning for hvordan andre spill har fortalt sin historie og hvordan andre FPS spill har utviklet seg fra utgivelsen i 1998. Det siste eksemplet er BioWare's suksess spill. Half Life er ikke hovedsaken i podcasten, men for meg er det kanskje det viktigste. NB: Ricochet er en mod for HL. Uansett, ikke dumt å høre på Gabe når han snakker.... Mr.Newell er en viktig person i spill. Har du ikke spilt Half Life så kan alle spillene i serien anbefales på det varmeste Klarte ikke å legge stream i forumet, så poster litt info og linken til godsaken Overview: We talk with Gabe Newell about a game that fans have been waiting for. CS:GO / Dota2 / Apple / Origin / Steam Box all covered in 75 minute long cast. http://www.sevendayc...ite/episode001/ Newell, who co-founded the company in 1996, discussed the unannounced Half-Life project without mentioning it by name. He instead spoke at length about ‘Ricochet 2’ – a project that likely does not exist – in what appears to be a code word for Half-Life 3. “In terms of Ricochet 2, we always have this problem that when we talk about things too far in advance,” Newell said. “We end up changing our minds as we're going through and developing stuff, so as we're thinking through the giant story arc which is Ricochet 2, you might get to a point where you're saying something is surprising us in a positive way and something is surprising us in a negative way, and, you know, we'd like to be super-transparent about the future of Ricochet 2.” In a podcast interview with Seven Day Cooldown, Newell suggested that Valve’s ongoing silence on the Half-Life 3 project was fairer to fans than exposing the project along with its various transformations and delays. “The problem is, we think that the twists and turns that we're going through would probably drive people more crazy than just being silent about it, until we can be very crisp about what's happening next,” he said. Valve’s last Half-Life game was released in 2007. Since then, the company has faced numerous online and real-world protests that call on Valve to clarify the project’s development. The community was last year reliably informed that “unexpected concept changes” were central to the delay to the Half-Life 3 project. Ricochet was one of the first games to be realeased on Steam. A sequel is not thought to be in development. The Seven Day Cooldown podcast interviewer framed the question in a manner that suggested he was discussing Half Life.