Late last week, Xbox’s Ambassador-In-Chief, Major Nelson, announced the newest games joining the backwards compatibility list on Twitter, which includes Galaga Legions and Joe Danger 2: The Movie.
The former isn’t too terribly special but we think Joe Danger is always a good ride.
However, the marquee announcement came in the form of The Orange Box, the legendary collection of games from Valve including Half Life 2 (and its episodic brethren), Team Fortress 2, and Portal.
Conspiracy theories are likely abounding as players sense a disturbance in the force: The Orange Box is now backwards compatible with two other games, for a total of three. Furthermore, the announcement came on the twentieth day of the tenth month. Add that together and you get thirty, which is divisible by three; 2 + 0 + 1 + 6 (representing the year) also equals a number divisible by three, in this case, 9.
Half Life 3 is clearly confirmed.