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  • Blog Post: Retail Special Edition Of Gone Home Now Available In SNES-Themed Box

    The formerly download-only Gone Home is now available in retail form with some added goodies. The special edition of the game is $29.99 and you can order the North America version of the game here , and the European version of the game here . Included in the bundle is the game on a disc, as well as a... More
  • Blog Post: Super Time Force Ultra Heading To PC This Summer

    Capybara Games is bringing its time shifting action-platformer Super Time Force to PC with an added Ultra subtitle. Super Time Force Ultra, or STFU if you prefer brevity and have no patience for hearing others speak, will leave behind its Xbox exclusivity and come to PC by way of Steam this summer. ... More
  • Blog Post: Steam Pushes Past 8 Million Concurrent Users During Summer Sale

    Steam’s Summer Sale wraps up in just a little while, and it’s been a fruitful week for Valve. This week, concurrent usership passed 8 million a number of times, most recently at about noon Pacific on Sunday, June 29. At its peak, Steam saw 8.02 million users of the at least 75 million users... More
  • Blog Post: Neil Gaiman And The Odd Gentlemen Are Ready To Release Wayward Manor

    Last year, acclaimed fantasy author Neil Gaiman announced that he would be developing a game in partnership with the quirky studio The Odd Gentlemen. Now, it's got a release date. Wayward Manor is a lightly comic, slightly gothic adventure/puzzle game in which players are cast as a ghost trying to... More
  • Blog Post: Steam Summer Sale Begins Now, Ends June 30

    Hide your wallets, because the Steam Summer Sale is here. Valve’s torrent of bargains begins right now and runs through June 30. As with previous sales, there’s an over-arching meta-campaign to earn Summer Sale trading cards, craft badges, earn exclusive in-game items, and win free games... More
  • Blog Post: Classic Fallout Games Return To Steam

    War never changes, but in this case, it left for a while and came back. In January, publishing rights for classic Fallout games transferred from Interplay to Bethesda . At that time, the titles were removed from GoG and Steam. Now, Fallout, Fallout 2, and Fallout Tactics are available once more on Steam... More
  • Blog Post: Valve Admits That Some Early Access Games Might Never Be Finished

    It used to be that when you purchased a game, you were bringing home a finished product. As online connectivity has grown for PC and console gamers, the relationship between developers and their products (and the consumers that purchase them has changed). The most recent alteration to that traditional... More
  • Blog Post: Oculus Hires Valve’s Former Steam Boss As Head Of Platform

    Jason Holtman was once the man at the top of PC gaming’s most powerful platform. He left Valve in February 2013 and ended up at Microsoft for a short stint . Now, he’s been hired to join a number of his former Valve colleagues at Oculus VR. Holtman will serve as Oculus’ head of platform... More
  • Blog Post: Sniper Elite V2 Is Free On Steam Today

    Rebellion is getting ready to release the third title in the Sniper Elite series in just a month. But perhaps you missed the last installment, which features an X-ray camera evidencing the destruction caused by your bullets on Nazi bodies. Well, friend, you are in luck. For the next 24 hours, Sniper... More
  • Blog Post: First-Person Platformer Adventure A Story About My Uncle Now Available

    A Story About My Uncle, from publisher Coffee Stain Studios (the Goat Simulator developers), is now available. The game follows an adventurer as he tells the story of his search for his uncle, Fred, in a fantasy world with special hookshot-like device. The game is developed by Gone North Games with Goat... More
  • Blog Post: Steam Machine And Controller Moves To 2015

    In a posted update on Steam's Universe community page , Valve revealed the Steam Machine and its controller look like they won't make a 2014 release. The post from Valve's Eric Hope reads the controller is currently going through, "Live playtests, with everyone from industry professionals... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy III Arrives On Steam Next Week

    The Final Fantasy III remake that originally released on DS in 2006 is making its way to PC via Steam , and it has a release date. The game will be available on Tuesday, May 27, according to its Steam page . This version of the game includes quicker browsing through the monster bestiary, new visual designs... More
  • Blog Post: Goat Simulator Developer Bringing A Story About My Uncle To Steam Later This Month

    The next project from Coffee Stain Studios is looking to offer a much different experience than the comedy-focused zaniness of Goat Simulator. A Story About My Uncle comes from developer Gone North Games. Coffee Stain Studios is serving a publishing role on the title. In the game, which is a non-violent... More
  • Blog Post: Double Fine's Hack 'N' Slash Available On Steam Early Access

    Double Fine's ambitious action/puzzle title Hack 'N' Slash is now up on Steam Early Access, meaning you can play an early version of the game and give valuable feedback. Hack 'N' Slash lets you change the game's actual code to solve puzzles and defeat enemies. For the Early Access... More
  • Blog Post: Steam Pulls Earth: Year 2066 From Early Access, Offers Refunds

    Following a high level of player criticism, the game Earth: Year 2066 has been pulled from Steam Early Access, and refunds are being issued for those who purchased the game. In a statement on the game's Steam page, Valve offered the following statement: On Steam, developers make their own decisions... More
  • Blog Post: Killer Is Dead: Nightmare Edition Heading To PC

    Suda 51's spiritual successor to Killer 7 is coming to PC with a new subtitle later this month. The game will be available on PC on May 23, and the Nightmare Edition subtitle adds a few new wrinkles. It includes the new Nightmare Mode difficulty where enemies can only be defeated using certain attacks... More
  • Blog Post: Learn About The Cut Classes And Alternate Art Styles Of Team Fortress 2

    The folks over at Did You Know Gaming have put together a new video covering the long development cycle and myriad changes that eventually lead to Team Fortress 2. It's fairly common knowledge that Team Fortress 2 was in development for a long time, even by Valve standards, and it went through a... More
  • Blog Post: Red Orchestra 2: Heroes Of Stalingrad Free Today On Steam

    Tripwire’s hardcore World War II shooter, Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad, is available for free today. All you need to do, is head over to Steam and claim your copy. The title is, unsurprisingly, set around the battle of Stalingrad. Both single-player and multiplayer are present, though... More
  • Blog Post: Classic Children's Adventure Games Pajama Sam, Freddi Fish, Putt-Putt, And Spy Fox Coming To Steam

    Tommo is bringing a large collection of classic Humongous Entertainment 90s educational adventure games to Steam. The rollout began last week with a handful of games becoming available on Thursday, April 17. You can find the games by heading here on Steam . The games are being brought to Steam by Night... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Over One-Quarter Of Purchased Steam Games Have Never Been Played

    Update: Ars Technica has updated its story to indicate that "hours played," a crucial statistic in determining usership, was introduced in March, 2009. This changes the percentage of unplayed games significantly. The new data suggests that approximately 26.5 percent of purchased games are unplayed... More
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