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The new and yet-to-be-proven-to-be-improved Steam autumn sale is now live. The new change has gone underway by Valve and developers and publishers from the indie ranks to the AAA colonnades have made it known that their games are currently up and available for purchase at greatly discounted rates.
One of the big gimmicks of the Valve fall and winter sales was that there were these daily deals that occurred every eight or so hours, as well as flash deals that happened periodically. Those deals will be gone for the next two Steam sales, starting with the autumn sale that commences on November 25th.
At long last, Steam Machines have finally hit the market alongside Valve's unique new controller, giving gamers yet another way to enjoy their favorite pastime.
CD Projekt's digital distribution outlet GOG has a catalog of wildly diverse games that are both new and old, and more than 350 titles are discounted at up to 90%, either individually or in bundle packs.
Harebrained Schemes is wrapping up its Kickstarter campaign for BATTLETECH today. In the final hours of the campaign, backers contributed enough to unlock the final stretch goal for the game.
DOTA 2 fans have a spooky treat waiting for them in-game this week: A new custom game mode called the Haunted Colosseum. Obviously it's an early celebration of all things Christmas.
Sword Coast Legends developer n-Space has acknowledged that the reviews for their Dungeons & Dragon RPG have been mixed. However, they have some ambitious plans to improve the game and also add new content.
Steam is holding a Halloween sale over the weekend, from October 30th all the way up until November 2nd. There are a lot of familiar faces in the crowd, including some of the biggest AAA games that some gamers may have been desperately waiting for to go on sale, including Rockstar Games' Grand Theft Auto V.
After all the vitriol and flames and hate and internet outrage that came about the last time Valve tried to implement paid mods, they decided that maybe they went about it the wrong way. Valve is still intent on bringing back paid mods but they want to do things very differently.
While a lot of digital platforms will feed ads to users without a second thought, and most digital distribution platforms are known for ads, one service does not have them: Steam. One of Valve's staff explains why Steam doesn't have ads.
Valve is already selling selling the fall 2015 Compendium at two tiers: a $3.99 entry pack and one for $9.99. The packages will put players into the Compendium in Dota 2 to allow them to earn Compendium coins, partake in the coin wagers and earn new treasures and goods in the game.
Stanley Parable co-creator Davey Wreden released his new game The Beginner's Guide this week. If you buy it expecting a spiritual successor to Parable, you're going to be disappointed.
The Humble Bundle is back with a variety of high-quality indie games. The bundle includes noteworthy games like Q.U.B.E.: Director's Cut and the open-world survival, tweed-punk game Sir, You Are Being Hunted.
Harebrained Schemes, the developer of Shadowrun Returns, have a new game on the way. They've launched a Kickstarter for a game set in the BattleTech universe.
Frictional Games announced that Amnesia is free today. You can pick up the game right now from Steam at no charge and have it added to your library. All you have to do is log into your Steam account and click the “Install Game” button on the Steam store page.