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  • 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
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Loses An Xbox One Exclusive: Capybara's Below Is Coming To Steam, Too

    Capybara Games' atmospheric roguelike Below debuted on stage at Microsoft's E3 press conference, but a new trailer confirms that the Xbox One title will be coming to Steam as well. The new clip features a slow pan from the waters' edge, up a cliff, and inside a caveside tunnel. After descending... More
  • Blog Post: Local Multiplayer Coming To Goat Simulator

    Do you wish you could share your crazy goat experiences with a friend? You're in luck. Local multiplayer is coming to Goat Simulator free of charge next month. In addition to local multiplayer, Goat Simulator patch 1.1 will also include a new map roughly the same size of the original, new achievements... More
  • Blog Post: Shovel Knight 'Essentially Complete,' Releasing Soon

    Yacht Club Games still doesn't have a release date for Shovel Knight, its Kickstarted old-school platformer, but it says development is very nearly complete. The game was delayed recently to the nebulous date of a few weeks after March 31 – its original release date. According to the game's... More
  • Blog Post: Psychedelic Racer Krautscape Launches on Steam Early Access

    Krautscape is surreal-looking multiplayer racer with a few twists, namely gliders and tracks that you create as you drive. It's one of the latest titles published by Midnight City , and you can play the game now via Steam Early Access for $7.99. The racer in the lead makes choices on the upcoming... More
  • Blog Post: Retailer Scam Re-Sells Humble Bundle Games, Reaps Profit Off Charity

    Services like Humble Bundle offer a pay-what-you-want service that is beneficial for developers, charities, and consumers. We’ve discovered that the PC games digital distributor 7 Entertainment and other sites are taking advantage of this generosity and obtaining Steam keys from Humble Bundles... More
  • Blog Post: Half-Minute Hero 2 Looks To Be Coming Stateside

    It looks like the sequel to the world's quickest JRPG is coming stateside ... we just don't know when yet. Publisher Marvelous has been teasing fans about the game over the past few days. First they posted the below trailer and later followed it up with a blurred-out Steam release date. It's... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Developer Claims Steam Greenlight Will Be Gone Within 12 Months

    Valve has previously acknowledge that Steam Greenlight is not the ideal solution for getting games onto its digital distribution service. Gabe Newell even said in his Reddit AMA that the goal is to make a self-publishing system. The question is: When is that happening? A recent tweet from a developer... More
  • Blog Post: Shadowrun Online Heading To Steam Early Access This Month

    Shadowrun Online by Cliffhanger Productions has been under construction for a long time . The game's Kickstarter campaign ended in the summer of 2012 with an initial release date of 2013. Obviously, that didn't work out, but there is good news. On March 31, players and backers will be able to... More
  • Blog Post: Ghost Recon Online Becomes Ghost Recon Phantoms, Launches In April

    Citing a need for a new identity, the former Ghost Recon Online is now Ghost Recon Phantoms, and it releases on Steam April 10. According to the game's producer Corey Facteau, the game has gone through so many changes since it began development that a name change was necessary. The game has a much... More
  • Blog Post: The Stanley Parable's Creators Talk About Choice And Stumbling Into Success

    We enjoyed The Stanley Parable and its unusual take on storytelling. If you haven't played the game, a narrator provides a bit of story at the beginning, and then comments on the player's actions from there on out. The game's creator spoke at a GDC panel about what happens when a game removes... More
  • Blog Post: Indie Horror Game Home Coming To PS4 And Vita Later This Year

    Part of Sony’s strategy this generation with the PlayStation 4 is bringing indie games to its console. It was revealed today on the PlayStation Blog that Home would be coming to the PS4 and PS Vita this year, continuing the trend. Home is a horror, murder-mystery title designed by Benjamin Rivers... More
  • Blog Post: Gauntlet Returns This Summer

    Warner Bros. Interactive and developer Arrowhead Game Studios are reviving Gauntlet on PC/Steam as part of an ongoing WB Games Vault initiative. The game retains its classic dungeon crawling, beat-'em-up structure, including the co-op gameplay of the warrior, wizard, valkyrie, and elf as well as... More
  • Blog Post: Dear Esther Developer Accepts Position With Valve

    Robert Briscoe, a developer with The Chinese Room, the team behind the PC indie game Dear Esther, recently accepted a position with Valve. In a post on his personal blog , Briscoe writes over the course of the last 11 months he has been in process of applying for a US work Visa so he could relocate to... More
  • Blog Post: Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow – Mirror Of Fate HD Coming To Steam This Month

    After a short-lived period of exclusivity on 3DS, and releasing on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 , Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate is coming to PC by way of Steam. We can finally announce: Mirror of Fate HD coming to Steam - end of March! — CLOS (@CastlevaniaLOS) March 14, 2014... More
  • Blog Post: Shovel Knight Delayed For A Few Weeks

    Shovel Knight Developer Yacht Club revealed that it is delaying its release, according to a Kickstarter update. The 8-bit style platformer was initially supposed to release March 31, but will instead release a few weeks later. The reason given by Yacht Club in the update was to “make sure it’s... More
  • Blog Post: Exkee Turns To Kickstarter For 'Kill The Bad Guy' Home Stretch

    Killing bad guys is a task made easier with a little help. Indie studio Exkee seems to be following that philosophy, turning to fans for the final funding for its upcoming PC game, Kill the Bad Guy. If you like what you see from a new gameplay trailer, you can support the project on Kickstarter. The... More
  • Blog Post: Steam Family Sharing Is Now Available To All

    After putting Steam Family Sharing through its paces during a beta period, Valve has made the feature available to everyone. A few simple steps will allow friends and family members to access your Steam game library. In order to share your library with up to 10 other computers, you’ll need to log... More
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