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54. Re: Black Mesa Goes Commercial Nov 21, 2013, 11:56 Wesp5
Beamer wrote on Nov 21, 2013, 10:52:
Well, ignoring that everything outside the original Portal is well over 5 hours of gameplay...

Yeah, like what? As I already explained I meant singleplayer, because you can't really measure multiplayer. Was Portal 2 much longer? Of course this isn't only Valve's fault because everyone nowadays thinks that singleplayer games beyond 5 hours are too long, maybe besides Bethesda. Just look at the campaigns of Battlefield 4 or Cod Ghosts!

...and ignoring that Nabarcular Drop and Portal have very little in common...

...besides the idea itself which is all the Portal games is about. While...

...The Cake is a Lie, Still Alive, and GladOS...

...are just icing on the cake, without portals there wouldn't have been any of this! I agree with you that Valve is wonderfull in fleshing out existing mods, just look at the TF2 makeover, but what I want is them to quit messing around with one MP mod after the other to finish the HL series! This is what build their fame in the first place and I fear the longer they wait, the higher the chance that HL2:EP3 will be a sad failure when it comes out and people moved on.

Valve is by far the largest PC-centric independent developer...

Sadly, in my opinion they don't concentrate on developing games anymore, rather on becoming the biggest PC-centric publisher everywhere and in the living room, with Steam, SteamWorks, GreenLight, FirstAcess and the SteamBoxes!
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