Half-Life 3’s “imminent” arrival has been a running joke for such a long time that a generation of gamers will know about the meme without ever having played the original games.
A bid by US-based Valve Corporation to obtain special leave to appeal against a Federal Court decision imposing a $3 million penalty on it for violating Australian Consumer Law has been thrown out by the High Court.
A full bench of the Federal Court has thrown out an appeal by online video game retailer Valve Corporation against a ruling that it engaged in misleading or deceptive conduct and made false or misleading representations about consumer guarantees.
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