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BioShock banned at Valve offices

by Justin McElroy Aug 28th 2007 11:45AM

Do you think that the makers of one of the greatest first-person
shooters ever are immune to the siren song of one of the other best
first-person shooters ever? Valve head honcho Gabe Newell insists to
CVG that they are not. “We had to ban BioShock from our offices,” Newell said. “Nobody gets to play it until Orange Box is done – that’s our reward to ourselves as a company; everyone gets a copy of BioShock.”

Newell
said he hasn’t played it either, but he’s “really looking forward to
it”. We’re torn about this news. On one hand, we’re sad for the Valve
employees, but on the other hand, we really want to play
Episode 2. And then, on our third hand, we think they probably should
have thought of this game-banning policy before they announced they
were making games episodically. Wasn’t Episode 2 supposed to be out in the mid 80s? Did the team get addicted to WoW or something?

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