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Enhanced Steam Standalone Client Makes PC Game Shopping Easier
You don't have to wait for Valve to make improvements to Steam's interface. A group of gamers have released an Enhanced Steam client filled with new features to make your PC game shopping easier.
Distance: Gameplay Footage Showcases Tron-Style Racing Game
The footage is completely awesome. We get to see how Distance handles a sense of speed, momentum, crashes, flight, gravity and some of the multiplayer beyond the split-screen gameplay that was showcased early in 2013.
Rust Sells 150,000 Copies In Two Weeks
The multiplayer survival game Rust is off to a strong launch. Since being released through Steam Early Access two weeks ago, over 150,000 copies have been sold worldwide.
Steam Ultra Early Access: The Best Way To Buy Games That Don't Exist
Steam Early Access allows players to purchase games while they're still being developed, such as DayZ Standalone. It's easy to imagine what the next step will be...
Steam Sets New Record Thanks To Holiday Sale, Free Left 4 Dead 2
Valve's digital games platform Steam has set another usage record. Over 7.6 million gamers were using Steam simultaneously on December 29th.
FTL Advanced Edition's New Alien Race, Features Announced
Subset Games has shed additional light on FTL: Faster Than Light's new content. The deep-space strategy game's Advanced Edition will add a brand new alien race known as the Lanius.
Scariest Game Of 2013: Gone Home
In Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs, the player ventures into underground tunnels inhabited by grisly man/pig hybrids. In Gone Home, the player explores an average suburban home. Gone Home, believe it or not, is the far scarier game.
SteamOS Beta Now Available And It's Not For Newbies
The very first public beta iteration of the SteamOS has officially launched. The zip file is a very meager 960 megabytes (that's right, megabytes) and offers gamers the first look at the new generation of a PC-centric gaming OS. However, there's a bit of a catch.
Grapple Knight, Mega Man-Style Side-Scroller Seeks Help On Kickstarter
Red Knight Games is still seeking crowd-funding help for their in-development, platforming side-scroller, Grapple Knight. The game is a complete throwback to the challenging era of 16-bit platformers that helped shape and mold the nostalgia that keeps our memories fond of the Sega Genesis and SNES from back in the 1990s.
Steam Machines Shipping On Friday, Beta Test Is U.S. Only
Today Valve announced that they're going to ship out the beta versions of their Steam Machines console and Steam Controllers on Friday. This hardware will arrive in the mailboxes of 300 lucky testers throughout the United States.
Broken Sword 5: The Serpent's Curse Launches Today On Steam, GOG
Mystery and adventure abound on Steam and Good Old Games (GOG) this week as Revolution finally releases Broken Sword 5-The Serpentís Curse: Episode One for PC, Mac and Linux.
Indie Adventure The Novelist Launching On December 10th
Orthogonal Games' debut title The Novelist will launch next week. The Novelist is a story-driven PC/Mac adventure in which players determine the ultimate fate of the characters.
Humble Jumbo Bundle Includes Natural Selection 2, Sanctum 2
The latest Humble Bundle doesn't have a number. Instead, Humble Bundle Inc. has decided to refer to the compilation of indie game as "Jumbo." It's an apt title.
Steam Autumn Sale Arrives To Eat Your Money
Valve wants you to replenish your Steam backlog during the long holiday weekend. They've launched the Steam Autumn Sale with deep discounts on a range of titles in their catalog.
Steam Reviews Open Beta Launches
Today Valve launched Steam Reviews, a way for users of their gaming platform to voice their opinions on their games and share them with the Steam community. The feature is now in open beta and can be accessed by anyone with a Steam account.