A man named Shawn Shaputis broke into the headquarters of the game giants who gave us legendary franchises like Half-Life and Portal and stole $40,000 worth of merchandise. That includes both games and gaming equipment. He planned to sell all of that merchandise at Game Stop and make enormous money, but fortunately, the police stopped him and he's now summoned to appear in court in Washington shortly.

He was caught by security cameras and we can see that he was selling this merchandise at Game Stop. The police eventually discovered his hideout, and after a long high-speed chase, he was finally brought to the authorities.

We will see what the outcome will be, but one thing is certain - if this guy thought that he would find Half-Life 3 there, he failed. And it's a double failure if you also add to the account that he is now caught.

Crime doesn't pay kids, always keep that in mind.