Civilization VI’s Steam EULA Is Causing Some Concern Amongst Gamers

Let’s be honest here: how many of us actually bothers to read the terms and agreement when we install a new piece of software or sign up for a service? Given how lengthy some of these documents are, and how they can be so worded in such a tricky manner, for the most part it can go over the heads of many.


Another Major PC Game Is Skipping Steam In Favor Of Epic Games Store

Last year Epic announced their plans to launch their own digital game storefront where it would play host to their own games as well as games from other developers. It seemed like quite a daunting task to challenge Valve’s Steam platform which has become the default storefront for most, but it seems to be working.


Ubisoft’s Latest Game Will Be Skipping Steam In Favor Of Epic Games Store

These days whenever games are launched on PC, it’s almost always guaranteed that you will be able to find it on Steam. This is because Steam has established themselves as the platform for distributing PC games, thanks to features like a friends list, the ability to read reviews and give reviews all in one place, gifting, and so on.


VR Headset Use On Steam Has Doubled In 2018

Is virtual reality (VR) still too much of a novelty to be considered a must-have device when it comes to gaming? Unfortunately that seems to be the case, but the good news is that according to Valve’s monthly Hardware Survey (via UploadVR) of its Steam store, it appears that while VR gaming isn’t exactly dominating, it has doubled in usage.


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Steam To Drop Support For macOS 10.10 Yosemite In 2019

For the most part just like iOS devices, Apple’s macOS devices tend to be pretty well supported. For example my 7-year old 2011 MacBook Air has been on the receiving end of major OS updates right up until macOS High Sierra, which was the last major update my laptop was capable of receiving. That’s a pretty long period of time for support.


Valve Is Helping Gamers Build Their Own Steam Link Boxes

Last month it was revealed by that Valve had ultimately decided to discontinue its Steam Link box. For those unfamiliar, the Steam Link device basically allowed gamers to stream games from their PCs onto other devices, like their TV, thus giving gamers the freedom to play PC games in the comfort of their living room without having to hook up their computers to the TV.


Valve Wants To Give A Bigger Cut To Successful Developers

Valve’s Steam platform has more or less become the default distribution platform for gaming on computers. Given their huge library of games, it’s becoming increasingly common to find developers releasing their games through Steam. Despite its success, Valve is hoping to entice more developers by changing up its revenue sharing system.


How To Get Game Refunds On Steam

According to Valve’s policy regarding refunds, you can request for a refund for any game for a variety of reasons. Maybe you have buyer’s remorse, or you suddenly discover that you don’t have the time to play the game, or maybe the game didn’t deliver as advertised, or maybe the game went on sale shortly after you bought it at full price.


Valve Has Quietly Discontinued Its Steam Link Device

Valve launched its Steam Link device several years ago and unfortunately it looks like the device has since been discontinued. However for those who still own the device, Valve has announced that they will continue to support it (although exactly how long they plan to do so is unclear).


Steam Won’t Open In Windows 10: How To Fix It

Some users had an issue where Steam will not open on Windows 10. This can be terribly frustrating, but do not worry, in this article, we have compiled a few solid solutions that will help you launch Steam on Windows 10 without any issues.


Valve Will Start Moderating Steam Game Discussion Boards

Valve has announced that it will soon start moderating the game discussion boards on its Steam platform. The task won’t be delegated to developers as the company’s content moderators will now be keeping an eye on the discussion boards to ensure that the discussions are as per the community guidelines. This new policy will go into effect on September 25th.


Valve Wants Developers To Write Their Own Content Warnings On Steam

When it comes to distribution platforms, such as Apple’s App Store, some have criticized how strict and rigid it can be when it comes to the review process. At the same time there are also platforms such as Valve’s Steam, where a few months ago the company decided to opt for a more hands-off approach where basically anything can be uploaded, as long as it is not illegal.


New Steam Play Update Lets Windows Games Run On Linux Machines

The other day it was reported that Valve could be working on something in which it would make it easier for developers to create Windows games that could also run on Linux on Steam. The good news for those running Linux machines is that it looks like Valve has something for you in the form of an updated version of Steam Play.


Valve Accidentally Launches New Broadcasting Platform Steam TV

Streaming is a huge deal these days, whether it be music, movies, TV shows, or games. This is why it did not exactly come as a huge surprise to see Valve launch its own streaming platform in the form of Steam TV, although it appears that this wasn’t really by choice as it was launched by accident.