Or you just go to google and type (game name) wikia. Any game that's worth it has at least a storyline article.
If not, then Wikipedia almost always has one among general information such as how critics reviewed it and stuffz like zat.
While you can go to Wikia to find out the storyline, in my opinion, its not the same as playing through the story yourself. I would much rather play through the previous games to get the full story and feel, rather than just reading it on a website like Wikia.
hahah but there's still a chance of it. Valve may want to surprise consumers.
Even though this following article isn't based on fact, it was published after the "Valve Squash" announcement.
Well i must add i have been a paid member of IGN and normally they do not Bullshxx people, so after all we could be in for a great suprise fingers crossed and just for members who do not know IGN its a good place for all kinds of unfo. that us gamers love
Hey, that's a fun idea.
GORDON FREEMAN + CHELL CO-OP!
Where Gordon Freeman crowbar's an undead to death, Chell uses portals to teleport them into the nearest ravine or close to the nearest explosive barrels.
I know, I know, it's impossible. I was just thinking out loud.
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