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The Orange Box

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Platform: PC
Genre: Compilation
Developer: Valve


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The Orange Box review

Reviewed December 30, 2009

Suskie says: "A year or two ago, I wrote a review for the console version of The Orange Box. In it, I threw around a few colorful adjectives for the first four games in the package, before coming to a halt with Team Fortress 2. I didnít have Xbox Live at the time (and still donít), and as such, I could merely say, ďI havenít really played this one, but Iíve heard itís awesome, so there you go.Ē I have since spent more time with the PC rendition of Team Fortress 2 than nearly any other gam..."
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