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Valve Wants Gamers To Mod The Steam Controller

10/16/2015, The Valve Steam Controller for the Steam Machines is pegged for a release next month. As you might have realized over the past year or so, Valve has been releasing various designs before settling what many thought was the final version. However it seems...

Valve Survey Finds That 42% Of Gamers Won’t Upgrade For VR

10/15/2015, The price of the Oculus Rift headset is still a mystery. However so far what we do know is that it will cost $1,500 all-in, meaning that is the price of the headset along with a brand new PC that will be capable of running it. This seems to suggest that...

Valve May Have Hinted At (Or Trolled) Half-Life 3 In DotA 2 Update

10/11/2015, With all the hype surrounding Half-Life 3 and whether or not it will actually be made, so safe to say that if and when it does, Valve will have some very, very high expectations to meet. In fact it seems that the company isn’t making it easy on...

Man Proposes To Girlfriend Using Valve’s VR Headset

10/04/2015, The HTC Vive was announced this year and from what we know, it is only expected to roll out en masse come 2016. This means that for now, there aren’t many people who have it, save for employees at Valve and HTC where the device was developed thanks to...

DotA 2 Sees A Drop Of Nearly 16% Of Its Players In September

10/01/2015, Earlier this month after months of testing, Valve finally issued an update to DotA 2 that basically gave the game a rather huge and drastic makeover. This update was titled DotA 2: Reborn and it converted the game to Valve’s Source 2 engine. This gave...

Valve: It’s The Developer’s Fault If VR Makes You Sick

09/29/2015, Virtual reality sounds extremely promising at the moment, but there are some concerns we’re sure many gamers have and that is motion sickness. The disconnect from what you’re seeing and experiencing visually versus what’s happening to your body is a...

DotA 2 Is The First Valve Game To Run The Source 2 Engine

09/10/2015, More than a decade ago, Valve unveiled its Source engine and launched an updated version of Counter-Strike called Counter-Strike: Source. At that time this was a big deal as the game looked pretty slick, although some might argue it lost the gritty factor...

Valve Testing New UI For Steam On The TV

09/02/2015, As many have heard by now, Valve is trying to bring Steam onto new platforms, thus the creation of Steam machines which basically will allow gamers to enjoy their videos games in the living room, using a new controller to play games that they might...

DotA 2: Reborn Update Will Be Coming Soon

09/02/2015, A couple of months ago, Valve announced DotA 2: Reborn. This isn’t a sequel to DotA 2, but rather an update to the game’s engine along with the UI, updating its look and usability which should hopefully make it better. Valve then made the beta open to...

Valve Uncertain About Counter-Strike Getting Its Own Championship

08/10/2015, If you played computer games back in the early 2000s, chances are you have heard of or even played Counter-Strike. The game still exists today and has been upgraded and updated to its current form, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Now there are plenty of...

Pricing For Smach Zero Steam OS Handheld Confirmed

08/09/2015, Valve is allowing manufacturing partners to build Steam machines and we’ve already seen quite a few really good ones so far, there was a portable machine also under development not too long ago, it was previously known as Steam Boy. Now though the...

DotA 2 The International Tournament Delayed Due To DDoS Attack

08/04/2015, DotA 2’s The International managed to raise a whopping $18 million in prize money ahead of the competition, basically indicating just how popular the game and the scene is. However it looks like during one of the competitions, a DDoS attack forced the...

Steam Reportedly Raked In $1.5bn In Revenue In 2014

07/27/2015, Steam is Valve’s platform for video games. Gamers use it to connect with friends, chat with friends, sell items, and buy games. In fact many developers and publishers these days turn to Steam to release their games. That being said if you’re wondering...