Half-Life 2 Delayed - Still Expected For Holiday Season

Posted: Sep 28 2003, 8:49am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:00pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Half-Life 2 Delayed - still expected for Holiday Season
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Universal studio announced this week that Half-Life 2 will not be released as planned on September 30th.
BR> Valve the maker of the cult game Half-Life did not yet announce a new date, but stated it will be stil this Holiday Season. Amazon.com shows a December 1st release date for Half-Life 2.
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As we reported in June the highly anticipated Half-Life 2 release won 4 awards at the E3 2003.

This week had a series of delays of highly anticipated Gadgets in store for us. Besides Half-Life 2, the Fossil PDA Watch and the Motorola Camera Phone v810 are delayed.








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