Entries in 'steam' (268)
Valve and Steam boss Gabe Newell has slammed EA’s rival Origin download service, saying that he "doesn't think EA are doing anything super-well yet”.
Valve has released Steam’s top sellers chart for the week ending on April 21st.
Popular online PC game retail portal Steam became the first company to win the new Digital Retailer prize at last night’s MCV Awards 2012.
It costs less to buy games from Tesco than it does via Steam.
Microsoft has ditched Games for Windows Live exclusivity for its free-to-play Flight game, which has just arrived on Steam.
Developer, publisher, and former distributor Stardock has provided extensive information on their sale of PC digital games outlet Impulse.
2K Games has announced that all editions of Borderlands 2 on PC will rely on Valve's Steamworks suite.
EA has responded to reports that its digital distribution service Origin has been auto-adding games purchased from competitors such as Steam.
It has emerged that EA’s PC download service Origin is auto-adding EA titles to gamer’s user lists that were purchased from a rival network.
Steam owner and digital PC giant Valve has said that it would consider entering the games hardware race.
Valve's Gabe Newell sent out a notification today warning patrons of the company's digital distribution service Steam that hackers may have obtained a copy of a file containing payment transaction ...
Valve has launched its Steam service onto mobile devices in the form of a closed beta iPhone and Android app.
The PC version of upcoming RPG sequel Mass Effect 3 will, unsurprisingly, require users to download and install EA's Origin games service.
Steam has reported yet another year of over 100 per cent growth in 2011. It’s the seventh year in a row that the digital retail platform has recorded an annual doubling ...
Bethesda has now shipped in excess of 10m units of its fantastic RPG title The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim worldwide.
Psychological action thriller Alan Wake will be released on PC in early 2012 – a year and a half after its Xbox 360 release.
The creator of the Impulse digital distribution service, Stardock, is releasing its titles on Steam.
It might just be the global games industry’s favourite new mantra, but to Valve the concept of ‘games as a service’ is frankly antiquated.
It’s perhaps one of the more far-fetched games rumours you’ll read today, but there’s no denying it’s a delicious one.
Valve has confirmed rumours circulating earlier this week that hackers have compromised the Steam network and, most worryingly, a database of information and personal data was compromised.
Valve’s Steam forums are currently offline, and users have accused a hacking group of being responsible.
Electronic Arts will soon start selling games made by its competitors.
The common consensus is that pirated games are popular because they’re free. But not so, according to Valve co-founder Gabe Newell.