The lights are on
Update: There is no way this is a coincidence. Just five months ago, a first Half-Life onion ring appeared online. Now there is another. This one looks much tastier.
With E3 only a week away, this could be Valve's elaborate way of building excitement for an announcement.
This story was originally published on January 21, 2012
Some people see The Virgin Mary or Jesus Christ in their food. Gamers see Half-Life 3.
Reddit user and clever username creator ScubaBuddha posted the most convincing evidence I have seen to date of a Half-Life 3, or a Half-Life 2: Episode 3, or a Half-Life 4 (I think they may just skip three altogether) announcement waiting in the wings. Food, especially ringed shaped food, doesn't just randomly turn into something that vaguely resembles a Half-Life logo. You cannot deny that Gabe Newell had his hand in this in some way. And by, "you cannot deny," I mean I will go through the comments section and delete any comments that say that this has nothing to do with a new Half-Life.
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OF COURSE!!! I get the exact same feeling when i eat onion rings as i do when i play half life. It all makes sense now.
I think this article wins for "Best headline ever written".
Who needs fortune telling cookies when you have onion rings to predict the release of a game