09/11/2013, Valve has announced a new program today that makes it easier for Steam gamers to share their downloaded game titles. Called Steam Family Sharing, the program allows Steam gamers to share their library of titles with as many as 10 additional computers. Any title in the library can be shared, but only one person can use the sharing program at a time. The Steam Family Sharing Program will be launched […]
08/20/2013, Last week we reported on seemingly bad news that Valve was not working on Half-Life 3 at the moment. This was “confirmed” by John Patrick Lowrie, the voice actor for some of Valve’s games such as Half-Life 2 and DotA 2. However according to a comment posted on Lowrie’s blog (which has since been removed), it seems that the voice actor “misspoke” when it came to sharing news about Half-Life […]
08/05/2013, Have you ever played any of the Left 4 Dead series? It is definitely a different take on the undead genre, and who knew that the undead themselves have different classes to torment the still living? Well, there are whispers going around that Left 4 Dead 3 is in active development – alongside the long awaited Source Engine 2, or at least according to some competitors in Valve’s Dota 2 […]
07/26/2013, While Valve has yet to confirm Half-Life 3, it has not stopped fans and the gaming community in general from speculating about it, and some going as far as finding “evidence” in various games and trailers released by Valve. However according to gaming website, Noshitshurlock, it seems that they have reported that Half-Life 3 will be arriving in 2014 on PC and consoles, both next-gen and current-gen, and that the […]
07/14/2013, Valve Pipeline is a new experimental project aimed towards high school students and their prospects of getting a job in the gaming industry.
07/12/2013, Steam's summer sale has officially kicked off and will continue through July 22.
07/09/2013, Valve has exited Dota 2 from beta, and has set gamer queues in place.
07/04/2013, Last week Valve took Half-Life 2 for Linux out of its beta, and now it looks like another Valve game has made its out of its Linux beta as well, this time in the form of Left 4 Dead 2. The Linux version of the game and the Extended Mutation System will be joining the full release of Left 4 Dead 2 on Steam, according to the Left 4 Dead […]
06/28/2013, Good news Linux gamers, it looks like Half-Life 2 for Linux has managed to make its way out of beta and is currently available for download on Steam for Linux, according to an announcement the company made earlier today. We know that Valve has been hard at work on Steam for Linux and has slowly been increasing the number of games that will support the Linux platform, and with the […]
06/28/2013, Remember yesterday we reported that Valve had denied Half-Life 3 rumors? This was after Korean words started popping up in Half-Life 2, and many had speculated that this was Valve teasing an announcement. However a Valve staff posted in the forums that it was “just me mucking up”. However it looks like another game has taken on the strange Korean text syndrome, this time that of Surgeon Simulator 2013 which […]
06/27/2013, For gamers who are still playing Half-Life 2, you might have been shocked when you fired up the game earlier to discover the NPCs delivering their lines in Korean instead of your chosen language, and while it might have immediately been thought of as a bug to some, others read a little bit too much in between the lines than they should have. To that end some have speculated that […]
06/20/2013, With all the fuss over game sharing with next-gen consoles, we’re sure many PC gamers are gloating at how easy it is for them to share their games. In fact, game sharing can even be done through platforms like Steam by giving your friend your user ID and password. While that isn’t exactly the cleanest way to do that, or the most efficient, it just works, but it looks like […]
05/15/2013, Who would have thought that trading cards would eventually see the inclusion of online game themes?
05/10/2013, We know that as far as official support is concerned, Valve’s Team Fortress 2 is currently being supported by the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset, and if you were looking forward to playing more of Valve’s games using the VR headset, you’re in luck as Half-Life 2 gets official support via the opt-in beta version. This was revealed by Joe Ludwig, the Valve programmer who worked on the development of […]