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The Orange Box


0:0106/11/2007Posted by Tom HogginsNo Comments

When I was asked to review The Orange Box, I immediately had the feeling it would somehow be the easiest review I had ever done, yet also the most difficult. How exactly to quantify a package that offers you five (count them, FIVE) games from one of the most respected developers the industry has ever seen? A package that will set you back the same amount of hard-earned cash as ONE of any other games on the shelf? A package that contains Half-Life 2, the finest FPS ever to lock and load? Can you judge each game in the Box against each other? Is it not somewhat arbitrary to attach some kind of numerical marker for one DVD that’s worth so much for so little outlay on the consumer’s part? It’s enough to get any reviewer’s frilly knickers in a twist…

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