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A combination of 5 games in one box, players are presented with 3 Half-life titles, the first person puzzle game Portal and the multiplayer first person shooter Team Fortress 2.

Giving players 5 games to pick from will leave them spoilt for choice. The sci-fi first person shooters included in The Orange Box are Half-Life 2, Half-Life 2: Episode One and Episode Two. These titles are played through the eyes of Gordon Freeman as he fights alongside rebels against aliens that have conquered Earth. If players wish to exercise their puzzle solving skills they can play Portal, in which they are placed in a number of increasingly complex rooms and told to reach the exit by creating teleportation portals on walls, ceilings and floors.

Lastly there is the online multiplayer sensation Team Fortress 2, in which players must work together combining tactics and fast reactions to beat the opposition. Players can exercise the freedom of being able to swap from a puzzle game to an online first person shooter all without ever having to change the disc.

The Orange Box is an ideal purchase for somebody who wants to experiment with a number of different style games and does not wish to compromise on quality when doing so.
The Orange Box delivers five innovative action games from Valve - creators of the blockbuster Half Life videogame, in one box.

Available for the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, The Orange Box includes Half Life 2: Episode Two, PortalTM and Team Fortress 2 in addition to full versions of award-winning Half Life 2 and Half Life 2: Episode One for an engrossing first-person action experience.

All new games in The Orange Box are:

Half Life 2: Episode Two - the second chapter in Valve’s award-winning trilogy, taking gamers beyond the walls of City 17 for the first time.

Portal - A groundbreaking new kind of action game that will forever change the way gamers interact with their environment, much like Half Life 2’s gravity gun rewrote the rules for how gamers manipulate in-game objects and use physics.

Team Fortress 2 - The long-awaited return of the legendary king of role-based online multiplayer games, Team Fortress 2 pushes the Source Engine to new heights with a daring new art style and deep multiplayer gameplay for nine distinct roles.
5 Games, One Box

The Orange Box is the ultimate collection of innovative action games for the PC or console, and an amazing introduction to the Half Life series for console gamers.

Epic Storyline

Half Life 2: Episode Two takes gamers deeper into one of the best-known stories in gaming, following the desperate struggle of Gordon Freeman against the mysterious Combine. In this episode, gamers will leave the confines of City 17 for the first time.

Redefining Action

Portal delivers an innovative new action gaming experience. Arming players with a portal gun allowing them to create portals from one location to another with the press of a button, Portal will forever change the way that gamers interact with their environment.

World-Class Multiplayer*

Team Fortress 2 is the sequel to granddaddy of role-based multiplayer action games. Featuring nine distinct roles - Heavy, Spy, Scout, Demoman, Engineer, Medic, Sniper, Soldier and Pyro - Team Fortress 2 is one of this year’s most anticipated multiplayer games for any platform.

* Internet connection required for online play.
A combination of 5 games in one box, players are presented with 3 Half-life titles, the first person puzzle game Portal and the multiplayer first person shooter Team Fortress 2.
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#1
Portal itself is worth more than that.
#2
Voted hot because it's a bargin, but (and this is quite a big but...hehe)...

If you have a PC that can run this, or an XBOX 360, get that version. The PS3 version is pretty freaking horrible.
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i loved tf2 (was ranked no 3 in the world ranking at one stage lol) but ive heard online on the ps3 is dead
#4
As much as I love this set of games (I have on PC & 360), Valve did a horrible job on the PS3 version (like the first Half-Life on the PS2), I'm glad they decided to support the PS3 better this time with Portal 2. :)
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joedix88
As much as I love this set of games (I have on PC & 360), Valve did a horrible job on the PS3 version (like the first Half-Life on the PS2), I'm glad they decided to support the PS3 better this time with Portal 2. :)


Think you got that back to front, the reason the PS3 version was bad was because valve did not do the job on the PS3 version, they gave it to EA to release, i say no more!
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Daytrader
joedix88
As much as I love this set of games (I have on PC & 360), Valve did a horrible job on the PS3 version (like the first Half-Life on the PS2), I'm glad they decided to support the PS3 better this time with Portal 2. :)


Think you got that back to front, the reason the PS3 version was bad was because valve did not do the job on the PS3 version, they gave it to EA to release, i say no more!


Ahh, thats actually what I meant, sorry, I feel like an idiot.

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