Have you ever wanted to jump into the world of a video game? Ever wondered what that sort of a journey might actually be like; a world where monsters are real and your hit points dwindling to zero is a legitimate game over?
There's a new game in the works that aims to hearken back to the hey-day of futuristic racers and it's called Radial-G. The title is currently seeking a moderate baseline of funds over on Kickstarter as well as support on Steam's Greenlight service.
I only briefly remember coming across Real Boxing before when some announcements were made about the game coming to iOS, but it wasn't one of those titles that seemed as if it was worth following. I guess it obviously did well enough that a PC port was warranted.
This afternoon the final round of discounts for Steam Summer Sale 2014 were posted. The sale is finishing strong with over four dozen games on sale. Here are the highlights.
The Kickstarter page on Steam boasts more than a 100 games that have been crowd-sourced and brought to life on everyone's favorite PC gaming digital distribution outlet.
Just prove the naysayers wrong, the developers released a massive update for the game, making it known that the project is still alive and well and that it isn't the sort of Kickstarter scandal that some forum members would lead people to believe.
If you enjoyed Shadowrun Returns or, more appropriately, the extremely well-executed expansion pack called Dragonfall, you'll be pleased to know that there's more where those came from. Developer Harebrained Schemes appears to be hiring for a new game.
Players will take on the role of tribal members attempting to build up their camp, build up and recruit members to their tribe, fend off their village from intruders and, of course, tussle with and tame dinosaurs in the stomping land.
Steam Summer Sale 2014 launched this afternoon as expected. The 12-day event offers discounts on a wide range of games and DLC available for PC, Mac and Linux.
There's a brand new handheld on the way, coming to poke, pry and meddle in the business of the portable gaming market. The name of the device? The SteamBoy Machine.
Steam's listing for the PC version of GTA 5 has gone live. The game was greeted by Steam users in the traditional fashion: with trolling.
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.
Already available on Steam's Early Access, The Golf Club is a procedural gold simulator aimed at capturing the attention and focus of gamers who may have grown tired of EA's Tiger Woods games.
The game first came onto the scene through the Greenlight process and then moved on to Steam's Early Access program, and it's now graduated and officially launched as a full product on Steam's store.
You're here about the “free” stuff and your main concern is whether or not a free game is worth the process of finding out how to get your hands on one of the Steam codes.