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Friday, October 8, 2004

NWN 1.64 Patch Released

Bioware has released the 1.64 patch for Neverwinter Nights, with or without the Shadows of Undrentide and Hordes of the Underdark expansions. Windows users can use the auto-updater. Otherwise, all patches are available for download. You can also see a complete changelog while you are waiting for the patch to download.

Thursday, October 7, 2004

Counterstrike: Source Available on Steam

That's right, you can reserve your copy of Half-Life 2 on Steam, and start playing Counterstrike: Source (the multiplayer portion of HL2) right now. The basic package (HL2 + Counterstrike) is going for $49.95. You can get two other packages for $59.95 (includes the basic package plus the original games using the new Source engine), or the swanky edition for $89.95 that has a whole slew of HL2 merchandise. Have fun.

A.T. Hun comments: Eh. I still want some physical media. I can't imagine how long it would take to pull that top package down, especially when a slew of people are trying to do it at once. It's not like they can just set up a torrent.

The Master comments: That is the downside of the Steam method of delivery. There's no way to take advantage of the bazillion PCs pulling downloads from your servers. Too bad. Personally, however, I don't mind Steam delivery, so long as I have an easy, reliable way to refetch if something happens to my machine. I don't want to be in Symantec-land begging someone to please listen to me, I need to get my software back, please, please.

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