Ladies, gents, countrymen, womanfolk, everyone please lend me your ears. Valve has announced that:
Valve today announced that Portal 2 -- the sequel to the ground-breaking title that won over 30 game of the year awards, despite missing its original ship date -- will now be available the week of April 18th, 2011. This two month slip not only marks the shortest delay in Valve's proud tradition of delays, it represents the approaching convergence of Valve Time and Real Time. Though this convergence spells doom for humanity, it will not affect the new Portal 2 release date.
If there’s one rule to surviving the inevitable zombie apocalypse, it’s this: No man is an island, and you’re going to need some help. With this in mind, Valve has offered Left 4 Dead 2, the sequel to its groundbreaking Left 4 Dead cooperative first-person shooter for the Mac. Like the original, Left 4 Dead 2 places you in the role of one of four survivors who must fight legions of zombies across multiple levels in order to reach a safe haven.
It's Halloween, the most wonderful time of the year! Lots of candy, silly costumes, goblins and ghouls and a Left 4 Dead for Mac sale! Yes, the first Left 4 Dead has been finally released for Mac gamers everywhere. The co-op thriller is part of a special Halloween sale on Steam, which also includes 75% off of selective titles. Check it out!
We enjoyed failing miserably at ridding the world of dastardly zombies so much last week, that we've decided to play Left 4 Dead 2 on Steam again this week. Come kick our booties!
Join us today at 4:00PM PDT by heading on over to the Mac|Life Steam Group and joining the group chat. We'll also be playing Day of Defeat Source and Half-Life: Deathmatch for those that aren't interested in doing a Co-op campaign.
It's been months now since Valve's Steam cloud gaming client has been around for the Mac operating system, and we've noticed a generally happier disposition from the Mac gaming community--especially after they've managed to shoot our faces off in Frag the Editor Friday (never mind the fact that we're having a tough time getting through a whole campaign in Left 4 Dead 2). Valve has announced that Steam's year-over-year user growth has gone up 178% from last year.
The folks at Valve just dropped the mother of all gaming news bombs: One of the most beloved and most played games in the world, Defense of the Ancients--widely known as DOTA--is getting the sequel treatment. are now officially old news. Get ready for DOTA 2!
Steam released Left 4 Dead 2 for the Mac this week. So you can expect Robbie, Flo and Nic to be running around fighting zombies while singing The Cranberries', "What's in your head, in your heaaddddd, ZOMBIE ZOMBIE ZOMBIE…"
Civilization isn't so much a game franchise as it is a force of nature. Throughout the game's various iterations and updates, the the turn-based strategy phenomenon has maintained a reputation for instantly enthralling players, causing millions of hours of sleepless nights, poor time management, the alienation of loved ones and some pretty serious cases of numb-bum.
Finally. It's the moment we've all been waiting for since Steam arrived for our Macs. The zombie killing, co-op madness of Left 4 Dead 2 has finally hit the Steam store. Currently, only the sequel of this riveting series is available for Mac gamers.
Valve released a new teaser trailer for "The Sacrifice" for both Left 4 Dead and Left 4 Dead 2, which should be available for the Mac sometime next week. Both will be seperate downloadable content, with Left 4 Dead 2 receiving an extra "No Mercy" campaign from its predecessor. Read on for a look at the trailer.