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Valve To Hand Out Steam Box Prototypes In The Next Few Months

03/05/2013, If you were enamored by Valve’s concept of the Steam Box, a console device that would allow the playing of games via Steam in the living room, then you might be pleased to learn that despite several layoffs, the company is still on track with their...

Valve Celebrates Steam For Linux Release With Huge Sale

02/14/2013, Valve’s Steam client first debuted on PC, then made its way to Mac OSX with a companion iOS and Android app released shortly thereafter. One OS the company has yet to make its popular Steam client available on was Linux, that is, until today’s...

Valve opens Steam for Linux beta to the public

12/20/2012, If you are running a Linux computer, or have a Linux machine lying around somewhere, you might be interested to learn that the Steam for Linux beta is now open to anyone who might be interested in giving it a go. This was announced by Valve and according...

Linux requirements show up for some Steam games, launch imminent?

12/10/2012, We know that Valve is working hard at developing Steam for Linux, and it looks like they might be close to launching it as according to reports, it seems that requirements for Linux-based computers have started to appear for some of Steam’s games, as...

Steam Stats: Windows 8 Users Outnumber Mac OS Users

12/02/2012, Valve founder Gabe Newell does not have too many nice things to say about Windows 8, but that has yet to be a wall to prevent many millions of users on the Windows 8 platform from getting on board Valve’s Steam gaming download site for their home...

All 6 Tomb Raider titles now available on Steam

11/29/2012, As most Tomb Raider fans are probably aware by now, the franchise will be getting a reboot come 2013, and for gamers who want to relive the good old days before moving on, or for gamers who are wondering what the fuss behind Tomb Raider is all about, the...

Assassin’s Creed 3 and Far Cry 3 missing from UK Steam store

11/26/2012, Back in the day, going to the video game store was pretty much the only way you’d be able to get your hands on a video game. While video game stores still exist, thanks to faster internet speeds, gamers now have alternative means of purchasing their...

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is free to play this weekend

11/02/2012, Counter-Strike is one of those classic FPS games that many of us grew up with, and if you’re like me, chances are you might have gotten your hands on the latest iteration of the game, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Well if you haven’t either...

Valve finally launches software titles on Steam

10/02/2012, During August this year, it was reported that Valve was gearing up to break itself free from a games-only orientation and had revealed plans of launching software titles on Steam. It was stated that the popular digital distribution company would launch...

Doom 4 discovered on Steam content database thanks to dataminers

10/01/2012, Doom 4 will be “done when it’s done”, according to id Software’s John Carmack, but hopefully we will be able to get snippets of the game in the meantime and that’s what we’re assuming dataminers have been attempting. According to PCGamesN,...

X-COM: Enemy Unknown demo now on Steam

09/24/2012, Steam has made available the demo for X-COM: Enemy Unknown, where this demo works on the PC platform at the moment, sporting a couple of tutorial missions. Not only that, we do know that the demo too, will arrive on both Xbox 360 and PS3 platforms...

Valve’s Steam Big Picture Goes Live

09/10/2012, Big Picture is Steam’s user interface (UI) that is designed to work well on big displays/televisions. It is a format that has challenged many other apps, but Valve is determined to get it right. The demo looks really nice and Big Picture seems...