Summary: For the price you would normally get a single game, this is a steal. Though portal wasn't very long, it was a fun distraction, and after you completed it you can go back for a more challenging go through on their modified levels. I ended up mostly playing Team Fortress 2. It has provided many hours of online mayhem. It actually does justice to the original team fortress from so long ago, keeping the same 'on the edge of your seat' feeling.
Summary: No wonder this game comes with the console it's not a good game sure it has about 3 games on one single disc, but there's a reason for that. They all suck the graphics are bad the story line for each of them are all around not good story lines. This game is a waste of time to even look at or to even buy I would never spend my money on this and i'd advise anyone to do the same.
Cons: I thought I bought the game at the Shop... only to find out that I needed to subscribe to some Stream and download the game again. With a small band width where I am curretly located (stationed in the Middle east), I guess I can kiss my $50 goodbye!
Summary: Lots of value in this box and really enjoyed playing half life 2 again and
then the rest of the episodes. Episode 2 was good but seems to end without
really finishing off the story maybe this is because there is another Episode to
follow. On a whole it is very good value. But because of steam environment
expect and fairly large down before you can even play it on vista but at least
it is kept up to date and when finally ready ran perfectly.
Summary: Team Fortress 2 is very addictive and normally goes for $45
So this you pay the 45 and you get the others in a neat little package for a
extra $35. If you want the disks and case here is the box, which comes with 2 DVD disks
and Valve's shortest manual card.
The full manual is on Steam. Since this is a Steam game, even if you lose the disks, you can still
download the game from Steam provided you have kept your Steam account.