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Rust has refunded over $4,000,000 in Steam sales

While the dust has largely settled regarding the disagreements over Steam’s refund policies, the extent of their impact has been illustrated by Garry Newman. The developer has revealed that his sometimes controversial survival sandbox Rust has revealed that the game has in total been refunded 329,970 times, which in total …

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Valve’s first monster VAC ban wave arrives, banning nearly 5000 Steam accounts

Yesterday saw the first big VAC ban wave of 2017, as Valve brought the hammer down on nearly 5,000 Steam accounts after detecting a number of new cheat programs for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The eagle-eyed team at Dot Esports noticed the spike, which mostly affected users on Linux and Windows …

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Opinion: Eyes on the prize

CEO of publisher Kiss, Darryl Still, gives us his thoughts on how to make your game attractive in a crowded PC marketplace

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Steam clamps down on ‘fake game’ Trading Card scammers

The Trading Card system will be locked away from new releases on Steam until they have have proven themselves to be real games. Many games offer Trading Cards which can be sold by players on the Steam marketplace. Their value is typically low, often around 10p or less, although some …

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Alan Wake is vanishing from digital stores

Remedy’s popular horror game Alan Wake is being yanked from Steam and Xbox Live tomorrow. A licensing issue with the game’s music is to blame. It’s possible that the issue will be resolved at a alter date, but in the interim the game won’t be available to download. The good …

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Valve pledges to open up about Steam’s inner workings

Valve has pledged to work directly and transparently with the Steam community as it continues to evolve PC gaming’s largest marketplace. In a lengthy blog post, Valve has tried to explain why serving the interests of such a large and diverse group of consumers is a very tough task. One …

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