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DotA 2 Players Not Happy With Valve’s “Pay To Win” Feature

02/16/2015, Games like Valve’s DotA 2 are free to play, meaning that all the core content of the game and all of its characters free to players. However there are options where players can choose to pay for items in the game, like cosmetics, different skins and...

Torrent References Made In Steam Chat Reportedly Being Censored

02/16/2015, There are many players who log onto Steam on a daily basis and thanks to the Steam chat service, you are able to chat with friends as well as other gamers who might share similar interests. Now we reckon that these chats could be for just about anything...

DotA 2 Concurrent Players Crosses The 1 Million Mark

02/15/2015, There are several different MOBAs available to gamers at the moment, and Riot Games’ League of Legends is clearly leading the way, but it seems that Valve’s DotA 2 isn’t doing too badly either. According to recent reports, DotA 2 managed to break...

Dota 2’s New Bloom Festival Set To Arrive Soon

02/11/2015, Initially after the teasing an upcoming event at the Dota Asian Championship in the previous week, not to mention extra sneak peeks that happened on Monday and Tuesday, we have seen Valve also made confirmation concerning Dota 2’s New Bloom...

Possible Reference To Half-Life 3 Spotted In DOTA 2’s Tools

02/10/2015, Is Half-Life 3 in the works? We have heard various rumors in the past of how the game is in development, although each time Valve has come forward to refute them, however it seems that in the latest DOTA 2 tools, there has been some reference made to the...

Steam Broadcasting Is Now Open To All

01/20/2015, Last month Valve unveiled its move into video game streaming. It went after Twitch with a service of its own called Steam Broadcasting. Friends can use it to watch their friends play games, the public option allows anyone to tap into the stream, which...

Steam Controller Design Reportedly Locked In

01/08/2015, Valve first unveiled the Steam Controller back in 2013 and since then it has evolved considerably. The design has been tweaked multiple times with concepts containing additions like touch-pad. Valve showed off the initial version at CES 2014 which...

Steam Client Beta Updated With Built-in FPS Counter

01/04/2015, There are some gamers out there who love to game with an FPS counter on their screen. This is to check to see how well their computers are performing during a session of gaming, and also to let them know if something is wrong when it shouldn’t be, such...

Valve’s Steam Controller Undergoes Another Redesign

12/17/2014, Back in 2013, Valve announced their Steam Machines and along with their Steam Machines, they also announced the Steam Controller which would be used to control the console. The initial design was a little controversial as it certainly strayed from what...

Steam Broadcasting Brings Livestreaming To Steam

12/02/2014, Valve announced today that it is adding support for built-in livestreaming to Steam. The feature is going to be called Steam Broadcasting. Gamers will be able to take advantage of this feature to broadcast their gameplay live, as well as view live...

Steam’s Fall Sale Expected To Kick Off 26th November

11/24/2014, If you’re looking to get your hands on some new games but you don’t want to have to pay full price for it, you might be interested to learn that the Steam Fall Sales is expected to take place starting this week. It will reportedly begin on the 26th of...