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(Ars Technica)   Yo dog, I heard you like Steam. So I put a Valve Documentary on Steam so you can play while you play   (arstechnica.com) divider line
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2020-07-10 4:21:39 AM  
Is this another propaganda film I have to pay for?
 
2020-07-10 6:34:41 AM  

DrunkenBob: Is this another propaganda film I have to pay for?


It's a mildly interactive 'book' about the last 13 years at Valve and what went on behind the scenes that lead to the launch of Half Life - Alyx.

There's a ton of concept art, real-time rendered game assets/models to interact with, interviews, concept videos, game prototype videos/screen shots, a head crab mixing board, full 3D virtual tour of the HL-A Dev team floor at Valve.

If you've read any of the "final moments" series surrounding any of the Valve games, it's like that but super fancy.

I dunno, I spent the 10 bucks on it and feel it was worth it.
Then again, I bought a silly red badge for a website, so...

Also, there are minor spoilers in it.
 
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