Excerpt: The Orange Box is a strange name for a game by any standards. However, when gazing upon the contents of this particular yellow-red container its obviously supernatural nature is revealed. Clearly no mundane crate could hold such wonders.
Conclusion: This game certainly has its fans but I really don't have much to say on it as I've never played it. I didn't think I would like the on-line gaming, but given the fun I've been having with Left 4 Dead, perhaps I should reconsider that.
Excerpt: I agree, and i think a lot of that has to do with the art style that Valve used when developing the game. Because of the aesthetics, the game doesn't seem to have aged all that much, and when talking about
Excerpt: Genre: First-Person Shooter Publisher: EA Games Developer: Valve Software Release Date: October 10, 2007 The Orange Box is the mutant child of groundbreaking game developer Valve and their powerhouse distribution partner, Electronic Arts.
Excerpt: All subterranean dwellers should pay special attention, for if you have somehow managed to miss out on playing Half-Life 2 in the past it is now time to push aside the rock that conceals the entrance to your secret cave and join the rest of us in enjoying this iconic shooter.