A Field Guide to Zombies

Don’t know a Walker from an Infected? Should you find yourself face-to-face with a zombie, this handy guide will teach you to identify the most common types of zombies and how to kill them.

Half-Life Live Action Web Series – The Freeman Chronicles

Do you remember the good old days of staying up all night – and through the next day – playing Half-life with your friends? I was fortunate enough to have a cousin who owned a computer shop, so weekend nights were spent at theirs, with the entire clan playing Half-life to our hearts’ content. If […]

J.J. Abrams Making Portal/Half-Life Movies? Yes, Please

As if he doesn’t have enough on his plate, J.J. Abrams continues his bid to become the king of pop (geek) culture by teaming up with Valve for possible big-screen versions of the software giant’s two most-loved franchises: Half-Life and Portal.

Gordon Freeman In the Flesh

Headcrabs! Marines! G-Man! Gordon Freeman! They’re all here in this slick live-action short based on the original Half-Life, called Enter the Freeman. Stop whatever you’re doing and watch it right now.

Valve Responds to Fan Petitions

A few weeks ago, a group of Valve fans got together to sign a petition for a “peaceful protest.” Their complaint was Valve’s refusal to comment on the future of the Half-Life franchise, since it’s been five long years since the release of HL: Episode Two.

Protesting Half-Life 3’s Absence

On Saturday, 13,000 Half-Life fans showed up on Steam to play Half-Life 2 multiplayer simultaneously. That’s 10k more HL2 players at one time than the Steam servers are accustomed to. Their reasons for gathering to play? They want to know the status of Half-Life 3.

No Half-Life 3 For You

The recent rumors flying around about Half-Life 3 being in active development with an announcement imminent, are total crap. But despite this, Valve is working on Half-Life. Just what iteration of Half-Life they’re working on is anybody’s guess, though. Let’s run down the possibilities.

This is How You Do a Video Game Movie

Half-Life: Origins will be the best two minutes of your day. Maybe your whole week. It makes Hollywood’s big-budget movie adaptations of video games look like pretentious nonsense. (That’s right, Prince of Persia, I’m looking at you…)