0/10 on the linkingOriginally posted by: pkananen
looks like its gold guys.
gamespot.com rumor control
The Regular Retail Edition = Bronze Package on SteamOriginally posted by: Slogun
Gee, I thought I'd be able to buy something akin to the silver or gold editions in a B & M, but it looks (by what's been posted here) that I'm mistaken.
Nice :thumbsup: :thumbsup: You are a kickass dad . (I bet you want to play it too, though, don't ya? )
who knows... but I just ordered one.
same here... Let's get an AT server!Originally posted by: warcrow
I'm pretty sure it all goes to valve, thats why vivendi is so oppossed to Steam. This is one of the reasons I bought it via Steam, to support valve.
LOS ANGELES (October 18, 2004) Vivendi Universal Games (VU Games) today announced that Half-LifeÂ® 2, the sequel to one of the most critically acclaimed PC titles in gaming history, will ship to retail outlets around the world in November. The Company confirmed that Half-Life 2, developed by Valve Software, has gone gold with a planned retail street date of November 16, 2004. The countdown to the highly anticipated retail street date has begun around the world, as VU Games completes plans to ship localized versions of Half-Life 2 simultaneously in English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Traditional and Simplified Chinese, Korean, Thai and Japanese.
Half-Life 2 has surpassed our expectations in every sense its high-quality graphics, ground-breaking physics and immersive first-person shooter gameplay set a new standard for PC action games, said Bruce Hack, CEO of VU Games. Half-Life 2 will go down as one of the best-selling PC titles, and we are thrilled to deliver this ground-breaking title to the worldwide gaming community this fall.