PS3 Orange Box to receive patch?

  • Posted January 2nd, 2008 at 06:33 EDT by

It has been well documented that the PlayStation 3 version of The Orange Box is the weakest of all its incarnations. Many PS3 owners that were looking forward to the value packed game were upset when they discovered the multitude of bugs and bad coding that lead to this inferior version of the game.

Furthermore, the same fans soon voiced their opinions on the official Valve forums and even caught the attention of Valve employee “BurtonJ”, prompting him to respond user criticism of the game.

"I hope that we will be able to correct any major issues in the future," he stated. Indeed, this slightly ambiguous statement has lead many to believe that the firm is planning on releasing a patch to fix the issues currently plaguing the game.

Although Valve is the brains behind the game, users should keep in mind that it isn't entirely the company’s fault, as the PS3 port was in fact handed over to EA London. However, because it is still Valve's brainchild, it is most certainly in the developer's best interests to keep the quality of its most-popular franchise as high as possible. Stay tuned for any new updates on The Orange Box patch situation.

The Orange Box is a video game compilation produced and published by Valve, which contains Half-Life 2, Half-Life 2: Episode One, Half-Life 2: Episode Two, Portal, and Team Fortress 2. The PlayStation 3 version was released on December 11, 2007 in North America and in Europe. Stay tuned for any new updates on The Orange Box patch situation.

Source: PS3fanboy

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