Entries in 'steam' (313)
An unofficial sequel to Pandemic and LucasArts’ Star Wars Battlefront 2 is apparently coming to PC.
Allowing players to modify classic games can help rejuvenate piracy-hit retro gaming.
PC users are now able to link their Steam and GOG accounts and potentially grab some DRM-free games.
Dota 2, Half-Life and Portal creator Valve has been struck with a $3.1 million lawsuit from a former staff member who claims she was discriminated against for being transgender.
Nearly 20 years on from its discontinuation, the Mega Drive is making money again.
Valve has altered the way user reviews are accessed on Steam to separate newer and older entries.
Movie giant Lionsgate has signed a deal to sell its movies via Steam.
Publishers are typically quite precious about their retro properties, which makes Sega’s latest announcement somewhat of a welcome surprise.
A small rural simulator born out of frustration with the Harvest Moon series is one of the biggest PC hits this year.
Itch.io, the distribution platform aimed at indie and experimental games, has been refused from launching its app on Steam.
A new survey has fortified the perception of a growing saturation of games on Steam.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has ruled that Valve’s Steam service breached Australian consumer law.
An English web developer going by the name Ruby has successfully uploaded a game to Steam, without Valve’s permission, to illustrate a security loophole.
Steam’s current surprise hit is on the cusp of a big sales milestone.
Troubled mud sim Spintires is once again available on Steam, complete with a fix for the title’s controversial bug.
Online PC digital retail giant Steam is changing up how its pricing for bundles works.
Some of the functionality missing from Windows Store versions of PC games will be added in the future, Microsoft has said.
A second VR headset now has an official UK price.
Customers who buy products such as Rise of The Tomb Raider on Microsoft’s Windows Store as opposed to rival services such as Steam aren’t getting exactly the same game.
“Change the price man, $20 is too much. $15 is perfect for this game.”
Move aside, Duke Nukem Forever – there’s a new contender for the longest-developed game of all time.
Microsoft has said that the only way people will be able to buy the PC version of Quantum Break is through the Windows store.
The PC version of RPG Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen is Capcom’s fast-selling game for the platform thus far.
The latest entry in 2K’s XCOM franchise is hitting shelves today, and it appears that the strategy title has native Steam Controller support.
By his own standards, the past few years have been quiet for Ian Livingstone.