Trailer: New ‘Half-Life’ Game Announced By Valve
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Fans of the Half-Life series have been dreaming about the fabled Half-Life 3 for many, many years. So long, in fact, that they gave up and switched from dreaming to joking about it years ago.

But while Half-Life 3 is still just as much of a pipe dream today as it was yesterday, Valve has announced a new game in the series titled Half-Life: Alyx. The game is a full-length virtual reality title, and it’s actually both a prequel and a sequel set after the events of the original game but before the events of Half-Life 2.

An announcement trailer for the game was released today, and you can find it below along with more info.

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The Drill Down 535: The Library Of Amazon
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This week, where Prime Day went wrong, AI in the supermarket, Google‘s secret successor to Android, should Amazon replace libraries?… and much, much more.

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E3 2018: ‘Tunic’ Gameplay Trailer
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Last week’s E3 conference was full of many big announcements, yet one indie title managed to turn heads. That game was Tunic, a Microsoft exclusive developed by Andrew Shouldice (studio Dicey) and published by Finji.

Tunic is an action adventure game, where you play a tiny fox who seeks to uncover mysterious secrets all while exploring ancient ruins and fighting monsters in a big world. The game previously made its debut at last year’s E3 under the title Secret Legend.

You can check out the new gameplay trailer, along with the previously released teaser trailer if you missed it, here after the break.

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The Drill Down 504: Crypto-Cat-astrophe
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On this week’s Drill Down podcast, Net Neutrality may have a fighting chance, Facebook for kids, cryptocurrency in the news, Tesla powers Australia and goes to Mars… and much, much more.

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The Drill Down 490: Half Paycheck
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On this week’s The Drill Down podcast, Amazon primes Whole Foods, Uber has a new head, Samsung loses its head, Half-Life comes to an end(?), Germany solves “the trolley problem,” and much more.

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