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Frontier Developments crowd-funded indie game, Elite: Dangerous, has finally launched on Steam in all its glory. The game made it through the Kickstarter process and then had to overcome the Greenlight hurdle and then it eventually made it onto Steam's Early Access platform, and now it's graduated from Early Access and has officially launched for the masses.
If you're a Steam Curator or a Steam Broadcaster and you use the Steam services to help promote games, stream games or recommend games, well, you'll be required to disclose any financial ties or paid endorsements per the new FTC guidelines regarding online streaming content and online video affiliate and paid advertising promotions.
The Steam Cyberpunk sale has gone live, discounting dozens of games set in a future gone horribly wrong. Want to fight robots? Or be a robot? Or maybe just talk to robots in a city overflowing with neon lights? This collection of games has got you covered.
Yesterday, Steam bested a record that was set back in January: roughly 9.07 million users logged on simultaneously.
If you search for Valve's profile on the Better Business Bureau's website you might be surprised to find that Valve has the lowest possible rating, an F. People are not happy with Valve's customer service, and the company knows it. But like any alcoholic who takes rehabilitation seriously, Valve understands that the first step is admitting you have a problem.
With the Steam Link, Steam Machines, SteamVR and Steam Controller all set to launch this fall, it only makes sense to take a look at some of the hardware that could have an effect on the console gaming ring and how Valve's foray into the console market could changes things up.
“There's no way this could be real?” Most of you are probably muttering to yourselves as you click the link and let your curiosity run wild and untamed; part of you fascinated at the concept of an all-male shower simulator, another part of you absolutely terrified at what you might see.
GDC came and went this year with a bang. More like a virtual bang. From the big reveal of the Steam Machines to a whole lot of VR, there was some massive news let loose this week.
Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number finally has a confirmed release date and, holy smokes, it’s a lot closer than you might think. You’ll probably want to lay down your money nice and early, too, as PC gamers looking to buy on Steam before launch will enjoy a tidy little discount.
Valve has announced that they will be unveiling their brand new virtual reality headset device at the 2015 Game Developers Conference. The announcement came recently and signifies that the company won't just be rolling out new info for the Steam Machines and the controller, but a new VR peripheral, too.
Like any good drug dealer, Activision wants to attract as many addicts as possible. So, this weekend, the publisher is allowing PC gamers to sample Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's multiplayer mode for free.
Steam wants to make it easier for you to game with your significant other this Valentine's Day. They've slashed prices on 31 games with cooperative multiplayer.
Valve is keen on dropping massive sales on gamers from out of nowhere. This is always a great thing. This particular mid-week event happening on Steam is a giant mystery sale. No, I don't mean that it's a giant mystery and we don't know what games are available for sale, I mean that it's a sale on mystery games.
Get ready to cringe, folks, because now you can find out exactly how much time it will take you to play all of the games in your Steam collection. That's right: Technology has found a new and improved way to send you into a panic attack.