Entries in 'valve' (246)
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.
The virtual reality market might be opening up to a wider audience than first believed.
Valve have announced details of the next stop on their seasonal Majors tour, with Manila's Mall of Asia playing host to a second Dota 2 tournament of the year.
Online PC digital retail giant Steam is changing up how its pricing for bundles works.
After a remarkable group stages—for all the wrong reasons—Valve's flagship Major series of Dota 2 tournaments has run into further delays and production issues.
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.
The base pool for all future CS:GO Major tournaments has been raised from $250,000 to $1m thanks to Valve's increased investment in eSports.
$800. That’s the amount it will take to buy HTC’s Steam VR Vive headset on launch day.
The latest entry in 2K’s XCOM franchise is hitting shelves today, and it appears that the strategy title has native Steam Controller support.
‘UK games stores made a major mistake ditching PC games.’
One of the Oculus Rift’s earliest and brightest talismans has turned heel and backed a rival device.
One of the big three virtual reality companies has said consumers will be able to pre-order its headset next month.
The writer of Half-Life 1 and 2 has revealed that he is no longer working at Valve after 18 years at the company.
The addition of a camera system has been revealed as the technological ‘breakthrough’ that has held up the launch of the HTC Vive virtual reality headset.
Valve’s powerhouse PC gaming platform Steam suffered a significant security breach on Christmas day.
One of the big three players in virtual reality claims to have made a big tech discovery worthy of delaying the product.
Grand Theft Auto V has taken the top spot on Steam's latest weekly best-sellers list.
First it was Germany and now France is doing its bit to try and force Valve to allow Steam users to re-sell their digital purchases.
Fallout 4 is back on top of Steam's weekly top ten sellers chart, with Rainbow Six Siege hot on its heels.
Valve is launching a two-factor authentication Steam Guard Mobile Authenticator app to protect its users accounts against hackers.
Square Enix is porting yet another Final Fantasy title to PC, with the mobile remake of Final Fantasy VI set to arrive on Steam next week.
The virtual reality revolution has been delayed.
Grand Theft Auto V took advantage of its discount in Steam's Exploration Sale last week, wrestling the top spot on the best sellers chart away from Fallout 4.