Most PS3 owners know that when it comes to multiplatform games, the other platforms’ versions are usually much faster and less choppy. The Orange Box is to be no different. Many think it is because while the PC and 360 versions were handled mostly by Valve, the PS3 version was developed by an internal team at EA. It was originally scheduled to be released with its counterparts, but now has been delayed until December because of technical flaws still needing to be fixed. This means that PS3 owners will have to wait even longer for their (what seem to be) substandard versions of Half-Life 2, Portal, and Team Fortress 2.