An absurd number of games were released on Steam this year, showing just how far Valve has backed away from curating their platform.
With Black Friday right around the corner, just about every company is getting in on the discount action. Valve are no stranger to sales, so naturally, they’re having their own special event too, in the form of the Steam Autumn Sale.
Valve has made Steam’s new front page seem smarter, but it’s really just a rearrangement of too much content
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare may have launched last week, but you’d struggle to know that just looking at player numbers on PC.
We no longer own the games we buy – and a server mishap or sanctions could take them all away from us. Are we really okay with that?
Tired of games not looking like their marketing material? Steam wants to change that.
You can throw DSTool out of the window! Steam now has native support for Sony’s DualShock 4.
Fancy grabbing some games from Steam’s Halloween sale? Wouldn’t it be nice to have an extra R500 added to your balance to buy even more stuff?
Splinter Cell: Blacklist has been a big seller during a recent franchise sale. So much so that Steam has run out of keys entirely.
Valve are going to commemorate the spookiest day of the year by throwing a special Steam Sale. To celebrate, Evopoints have come out and given us two R500 Steam vouchers to give away.
Steam, as a storefront, is in dire need of a makeover. And that’s exactly what’s happening.
Tackling the MOBA genre today is a tall task. Stunlock Studios seem to be on the path to success though with their new game, Battlerite.