Shacknews is reporting that Half-Life 2 has been delayed. The much-anticipated shooter was supposed to be released via Valve's Steam content delivery system on September 30th, but the game's new release date is up in the air. So far, Valve is only saying that they're targeting the holiday season.
In a game development world that's dominated by "when it's done" release dates, it's not surprising that Valve is going to miss Half-Life 2's announced release date. Given the recent scandal surrounding Half-Life 2 performance on NVIDIA's GeForce FX graphics cards, I'm sure some will come up with wild conspiracy theories to explain the delay.
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