After all, Half-Life 2: Episode Two is just so boring; so uninspired. The game is going to add a slew of new content for the upcoming PS3 and Xbox 360 versions, previously unavailable on the PC version. So of course, Valve just had to give it a better title: Half-Life 2: Orange . …we're just not certain if that's any better.
The latest issue of Electronic Gaming Monthly spilled the beans on this name change, so we'll take that as an official announcement from Valve. The team that developed one of the best games in the past few years, complete with an awesome and nearly unparalleled physics engine,
is adding all kinds of stuff to this console release. We get the original Half-Life 2 , Episodes One and Two, Team Fortress, and Portal.
While we realize orange is a common color in the game, we're relatively convinced that they could've come up with a better name. But then again, what do we care? PS3 and Xbox 360 owners will soon get a chance to play this great game, so we don't care much about the title, right?
Related Game(s): Half-Life 2