The Half Life 2: Episode 3 boycott is a group of individuals who have pledged to not buy the still-unreleased final episode in the Half-Life series. We have assembled a manifesto outlining the basic
concensus consensus of many members of our community. But probably not everyone. You know how it is with online groups.
|We are so committed to our cause that we made a logo. Don’t mess with us.|
2) We want to hold Valve to their promise of faster release times through “episodic gaming”.
3) We really want to know who the G-Man is.
4) Could we kill one of those adviser / space slug things? That would be sweet.
5) Could we get some screenshots in the meantime? Or video? Concept art? Something? Just, you know, show us you’re working on the game and not playing WoW all day.
In closing, we, the disgruntled fans of Half-Life, vow to continue boycotting the game until such time as Valve makes good on their promise and stops not releasing it.
So say we all.
EDIT: Five months later, I guess I’m tired of red-faced fanboys trying to argue with this post because they’re too thick to get the joke. This entire thing is satire. It’s actually kind of making fun of boycotts in general, and the Left 4 Dead 2 boycott in particular. I can’t help the humor-proof goofs of the internet, but if you dorks could stop raging out in the comments that would be super-great. Thanks.
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