The Steam Holiday Sale is officially live, offering deep discounts on thousands of games between now and the start of the New Year. If you’re looking to get in some PC/Mac gaming on the cheap between now and the next big holiday sale, then get ready for rotating discounts, additional surprises and, as always, prices that’ll make your mouse-clicking finger extremely itchy.
The controversial action game Hatred debuted on Steam Greenlight earlier today. Valve removed the game shortly afterward. So what happened there?
All good things must come to an end. Although, sometimes good things come to an end before they even get started. In the case of the Steam “Holiday Auction”, the entire event had to be pulled due to some alleged misbehavior by certain members of the Steam community.
Before Steam begins their Winter Sale, they're holding a special Holiday Auction. This auction gives players a new use for all of their unwanted items.
It seems that the 2014 Steam Autumn Sale will go live later this week. PayPal has revealed the exact dates for the discount-laden event before Valve could make an official announcement.
The ambitious fan remake of role-playing game Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines is no more. The creators have decided to abandon the project.
If you're a fan of the age-old isometric murder simulator, Postal (is that the proper term for it? Because you certainly weren't playing the good guy) you're probably excited to know that a new game is in the works at Running With Scissors using the Unreal Engine 4.
One of the more underrated gems from seventh-gen gaming was Trendy Entertainment's Dungeon Defenders. Trendy is back at it with the sequel to Dungeon Defenders and they'll have a playable version available as soon as next month.
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel will allow players to become the oddball robot Claptrap. A new walkthrough video from Gearbox Software and 2K Australia reveals that he's weirder than we imagine.
Starting this week Steam users can become "Curators," enabling them to recommend titles to the rest of the community. It didn't take long for people to find ways to troll games.
Need some cheap entertainment this weekend? Steam's got an idea: Borderlands 2. The co-op shooter is free to download for the next few days.
Sometimes it’s good to be bad. At least that seems to be the line of thinking at Realmforge Studios, where the studio’s minions are hard at work crafting Dungeons 2, follow-up to the hit 2012 resource management game that puts the player in the roll of a devious Dungeon Lord bent on creating the most devious and devastating dungeon known to man.
Rust developer Facepunch Studios announced this weekend that they're making an arcade-shooter called Riftlight. This announcement was not well-received by many gamers.
The Old One is up to some new tricks, which means the kingdom is once again in need of some crafty heroes. Grab a few friends and get ready for Dungeon Defenders Eternity, an enhanced version of the original game with all sorts of new bells and whistles, as well as content that will feed directly into Dungeon Defenders 2.