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.
Digital Homicide have had all their games taken off of Steam. They decided to sue 100 Steam users, and Valve didn’t take too kindly to that move.
According to Steamcharts, No Man’s Sky has seen an all-time peak of 212,321 players. That respectable number has essentially had two digits chopped off.
Despite being over five years old, Terraria continues to receive big, significant updates. The last one for example, 1.3.2, gave players all the tools they needed to throw a wild party. The latest update however, 1.3.3, is a little more… sandy.
Just about every game on Steam has its own set of collecticle cards. Want to know something interesting? Valve’s very own Half-Life has none! They were commissioned however, but they were just never released for some reason.
After eight years in development, Owlboy finally has a release date. And it’s not as far off as you might have expected.
No Man’s Sky’s biggest issue are being addressed in a new patch, but is it too late for that?
PC gamers are blamed for the majority of piracy, with some studios claiming 90% of gamers pirated. That might be true for some games, but the reality is a lot more nuanced.
An open beta for the Mortal Kombat XL’s multiplayer has surfaced on Steam. It’ll be running all weekend until 10:00am PDT on August the 29th (via Destructoid).
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided has a few issues on PC, but thankfully a few fixes for them as well
ARK: Survival Evolved isn’t even out yet, but it looks like a new expansion called Scorched Earth in the works. Will this rumour turn out to be true?