Valve Touches On Half-Life Being An IP That Pushes Tech Forward And Why Episodes Have Stopped

Valve the company as of this moment is very vocal, and with Half-Life: Alyx now available, it shouldn’t come in as a surprise that the company is taking up interviews left and right. With that said, Valve’s level designer, Dario Casali, in an interview with IGN touches on Half-Life being an IP that pushes “tech-forward” and why the company has stopped episodic releases. Continue reading “Valve Touches On Half-Life Being An IP That Pushes Tech Forward And Why Episodes Have Stopped”

Left 4 Dead 2, Portal, Half-Life 2 Become Backwards Compatible With Xbox One X Enhancements

Xbox One Backwards Compatible

Valve and Microsoft made a startling announcement recently, confirming that four of Valve’s popular titles are now available as backwards compatible titles for the Xbox One. What’s more is that each of the four games have also received Xbox One X enhancements so that you can play them in native 4K ultra high definition. Continue reading “Left 4 Dead 2, Portal, Half-Life 2 Become Backwards Compatible With Xbox One X Enhancements”

Half-Life 2, Portal Now Available On Xbox One Via Backwards Compatibility

The PS4 may be able to access Red Dead Redemption soon via PlayStation Now, but Xbox One gamers can currently play Half-Life 2, Portal and Team Fortress 2 via backwards compatibility. Continue reading “Half-Life 2, Portal Now Available On Xbox One Via Backwards Compatibility”