Your wallet is about to get another beatdown. Electronic payment company Paysafecard says on their website that the 2014 Steam Summer Sale is only a week away.
Time to dust off your old "Valve Time" jokes. Valve announced today that they're pushing back the release date for their Steam Machines.
Valve has released In-Home Streaming to all Steam users. This new feature allows gamers with multiple computers in their home to easily access their Steam library.
It looks like Wasteland 2 finally has a countdown to the apocalypse as inXile Entertainment announces and August launch window for the PC RPG. As an additional bonus for those who are already looking to the wastes for fame, fortune or escape, the Steam Early Access beta has received a new update that makes all of Arizona available for play.
Good Old Games will be adding Linux support to their long line of consumer-friendly options, as they explore expansion. The addition of Linux distros Ubuntu and Mint support means that GOG.com will become a prime place to purchase games for SteamOS users.
Valve has decided to make some major revisions to their Steam Controller. The new version of controller is much more conventional but still has some innovative features.
Full, native Linux support is coming to the CryEngine software development kit, Crytek has recently confirmed ahead of the upcoming Game Developers Conference taking place next week in San Francisco, California.
"Myth meets Dungeon Keeper" is a ballsy way to describe a new game. That's how darkForge pitches their action-strategy game Nekro, though. They managed to raise over $150,000 on Kickstarter with that premise. Can they deliver on their bold claim, though?
Nordic Games and Daedalic Entertainment are the masterminds behind the latest Humble Weekly Sale, launching the “Adventure Company & Friends” bundle this weekend with discounted prices down as low as a single dollar. No matter what the game is, it's hard to argue with giving it a test run for a buck, especially when you're talking about a bundle of games.
Steam users have accused Valve of scanning their Internet history with their anti-cheat software. Valve CEO Gabe Newell denied this today and stated that they have no interest in tracking your porn habits.
Rust haters can no longer call it a DayZ clone. Facepunch Studios has decided to remove zombies from the survival game's world.
The alpha version of survival game Rust has more than its fair share of cheaters. Designer Garry Newman says that stopping these cheats are a "huge priority" for the development team at Facepunch Studios.
Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number is just months away. The official Twitter account for the gory, top-down shooter revealed today that it will launch sometime in the third quarter of 2014.
During the AMA yesterday on Reddit, users asked lead designer of DayZ, Dean “Rocket” Hall, if the popular (and fast-selling) zombie survival game would make the jump to SteamOS.
Today Paradox Interactive announced Hearts of Iron 4, the latest entry in their World War 2 grand strategy series. HOI4 will be released next year on PC and Linux.