There are all sorts of games available to gamers to play at the moment. You have traditional games like FPS, RTS, RPG games, to mobile games that are designed to be fast paced, then you have the weird games like a Goat Simulator. Well if you’re a fan of simulator games, chances are you might have heard of Farming Simulator which basically lets you simulate the experience of running a farm.
Now we’re sure some of you guys are questioning just how popular such games are, and to be honest we are just as curious ourselves, but apparently it is popular enough that peripheral maker Mad Catz has announced a partnership with Farming Simulator’s developers Giant Software in which the former will be producing a controller to play the game with. Read full post →Mad Catz To Make Physical Controller For Farming Simulator
Games priced on Steam will vary from country to country to help match local currencies. This means that there are some countries in which games are technically cheaper if you were to convert it and measure it against USD or another currency. Well it seems that some gamers have been rather enterprising and have been gifting games bought cheaper in other countries to their friends.
Safe to say that Valve isn’t too pleased by this and has recently changed its policy in which it will now prevent gamers from gifting games bought in another country to gamers of a different country. For example if you were to buy a game from Russia, you can only gift it to your friends in Russia and not those living stateside or elsewhere. Read full post →Valve Updates Steam Policy, Prevents Game Gifting Across Different Countries