Valve continues to meet and one by one is dropping their games on Steam for OS Penguin, which is what interests us here. On this occasion have to talk about Half-Life 2 and everything that follows, which is something.
Specifically, Steam get Linux versions of Half-Life 2, Half-Life 2: Lost Coast, Half-Life 2: Episode 1 and Half-Life 2: Episode 2, launched in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007 respectively. Are action games a little ‘viejunos’, but very highly rated by the critics.
only be accessible to users that these titles and they had bought or buy now at version Windows or Mac OS X, and it is beta strong>.
is true that this is not what you expect or what the player will attract users to Linux, as far as “new” means. However, it is the basis of what is now forming, and not bad things. Valve seems sincere commitment and only in the last two weeks have been launched beta versions of Portal 1 and 2, Left 4 Dead 2 and, although it has to do strictly with Valve (or who knows ) Brütal Legend (the latter in “final” version).
In other words
and even though we talk about games a year with more time and a lot of beta, GNU / Linux had not seen much commercial launch next from ever , so repeat , not bad thing.
Gabe Newell, CEO of Valve
Gabe Newell, CEO of Valve, will attend the next LinuxCon, to be held in mid-September in the United States. Does it have something interesting to tell? We hope so (fingers crossed that the word third party is heard, the more the better).
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