Rumor: Bethesda Looking to Buy Valve?

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B10H4Z4RD

NONONONONO dont do that!

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On a long enough timeline, the survival rate for everyone drops to zero. Chuck Palahniuk, FIght Club.

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n0ctis

 In the year 2012, Bethesda will own everyone.

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B10H4Z4RD

but thats ok world will end late 2012 

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On a long enough timeline, the survival rate for everyone drops to zero. Chuck Palahniuk, FIght Club.

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nekollx

 and be Powered by Goggle

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QUINTIX256

  • How long has it been since id released Doom 3?
  • How successful was Doom 3 in comparison to Half-Life 2 and Counterstrike back in 2005?
  • How many more first party games has id released since Doom 3?
    (Hint: RoE was developed by Nerve Software)

You see what I am getting at? Valve is not desperate for cash.

You can have your recession. I'm not participating.

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Caboose

 And you know what, IMO, the Half-Life series has been better visually (and story wise too) than Doom. Heck, Doom 3 looked too shiny for my taste. Light reflected off of almost everything. Ya, it was ball-busting hard on systems, but I still think that some more texture or less gloss was needed. It still felt too much like a video game to me and less of an interactive story.

Anyone else here, when they finished Half-Life 2 was craving more instantly, started thinking about "what ifs" (what if this really happened), and really felt for the characters?

 

-= I don't want to be dead, I want to be alive! Or... a cowboy! =-

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diableri

Please leave Valve alone!

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DBsantos77

This would be crazy..

-Santos

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Vegan

I'm sure many people are LOOKING TO buy Valve. Of course they would love to. Doesn't mean it's going to happen. Valve strikes me as fiercely independent. They're the George Lucas of videogames: so rich they can do whatever they want (except that Valve actually puts out good product; sorry, George).

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ssbowers

Leave Valve alone.

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Zachary K.

so long as they dont change steam at all, and keep producing good or better games, i am fine with this. but i will miss the neck and eyeball valve dude.

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