Half-Life 2: Episode One Preloads

A new Steam Update announces that Half-Life 2: Episode One will begin preloading over Steam next week, reminds us that SiN Episode 1: Emergence is gold, mentions the Red Orchestra SDK that is detailed in the story that follows this one, and pimps some swag. Here's most of it:
Congratulations to Ritual! SiN Episode 1: Emergence has officially gone GOLD. The game is now available for preloading on Steam. The full game will be unlocked on May 10th at 10am Pacific Daylight Time (17:00 GMT).

Half-Life 2: Episode One will begin preloding next week, and will be available to play June 1st. With Episode One, we really feel like we've produced our best single player game to date, and we're excited for people to be able to play it.

Meanwhile, the Red Orchestra team continues to turn out updates, the latest of which is the beta SDK for their game. If you own RO and would like to try it out, click on the "Tools" tab inside Steam.
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That last post by Riley Pizt is a flipping lie...

Someone please tell me. What the hell is wrong with you people? How can there be this many STUPID people posting in the same place? There are almost to many moronic comments here to even address. really, its completely infuriating reading the outright STUPIDIDTY on this site.

1. The Steam folder is "Bloated" because of all the games and mods and additions you have. It is no different than any other game folder on your PC. The only reason you post total CRAP like this is because you are under some delusion that you are *clever* and ooo soo cool for posting lame trolop about Valve.

2. There is nothing wrong with Preloading the game ahead of time. Its a good thing. It means that you can play the game the moment the game goes live, which is indeed different than getting up, getting in your car at 3$ a gallon and driving to some retail chain once they are open to get your game driver home and install it. IF you cant see the difference you are either RETARDED or a LIAR.

3. Then of course we have the ooo soo *clever* comments about how lame Hl2 is, which in itself is completely asinine and shows the level people are willing to go to in order to support some half baked idea they have that they want to shove down everyone elses throat.


I have yet to *EVER* read one intelligent, worthwhile *HONEST* reason for not liking Steam. There is absolutely nothing wrong with Steam. It manages games well, provides a convenient service and is easy to use. The main reason some of you hate it so much is because you are GAME THIEVES and it hinders your grubby little mitts from STEALING as much as you want to.

Oh, God forbid that some of you might actually have to be a DECENT HUMAN BEING.

Lamers.


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