“Let us fight man versus tiny baby man!” For this week’s podcast, Josh, Darren G., Karl and Jay discuss Valve‘s 2007 idiosyncratic cartoonish shooter Team Fortress 2. Amongst the topics covered are the changes made […]
On the latest issue (130) of the Cane and Rinse podcast we talk about the musical ménage à trois that further embellishes Valve’s already vividly realised Portal 2 world. It makes sense to me then […]
“Oh, hey. Hiya, pretty lady. Name’s Rick. So, you out having yourself a little adventure?” Leon, Tony, James and Josh awake after 999999 days of suspended animation to cast their eyes (and an amalgam of […]
“Have I lied to you? …I mean, in this room?” From Narbacular origins to Orange Box unveiling, Leon, Josh, Karl and the Cane and Rinse community try to remember Valve‘s multiple award-winning first-person puzzler Portal […]
Blue Portal Yellow Portal Blue Portal Yellow Portal Blue Port– Wait, isn’t it orange? PC version shown.
Darren G samples the latest version of Valve’s long-running and absurdly popular tactical FPS, Counter-Strike. PC version shown.
“Rise and shine, Mr. Freeman. Rise and shine.” Some twenty years after defeating the Nihilanth on Xen, Dr. Gordon Freeman is brought out of stasis by the mysterious G-Man to defend humanity (and the Vortigaunt) […]
“Fascinating! I never suspected such things could be.” In 1996 Gabe Newell and Mike Harrington founded Valve Corporation. Employing a team plucked from the cream of the Quake mod scene, they began work on a […]
Airtight Games‘ Kim Swift, lead designer on Valve‘s Portal, returns with Quantum Conundrum – a first-person, physics based puzzle-me-do. Go figure.
Darren re-enters the world of Left 4 Dead on PC, showing the delights of both singleplayer and multiplayer, as well as something which smells like Minecraft. This Quick Rinse ties in with issue 37 of […]