Posts Tagged ‘steam’
Screw that World of Warcraft. Goat Simulator is getting a patch that makes the game an MMO. Kinda. Sorta. Not really. Who cares, though.
Ubisoft has removed upcoming titles for the Steam library. This is a bigger problem than they may realize.
For all you sci-fi and fantasy lovers out there, the immersive world of Shadowrun is finally back in the form of Shadowrun: Dragonfall – Director’s Cut on Windows, Mac, and Linux.
QuakeCon 2014 have just announced some major sales, which you don’t want to miss.
Indie games are usually taken for granted by the typical gamer. Usually perceived as sub-par titles to whatever next-gen smash is popular at the moment. But Indie Games are the result of hard work of developers pursuing their dreams of putting out great games without having a big-time budget. Here at the Indie Corner, writers at The Game Fanatics will present some Indie games that might be worth […]
Super Time Force Ultra is now headed to Steam this Summer after having previously been exclusive to XBLA and Xbox One.
Here’s a round up of today’s Steam Summer Sale deals for North America, United Kingdom and Europe. Grab them now at store.steampowered.com!
Uh oh, here we go again ladies and gentleman. Crack open your savings, stock the fridge, hire a sitter, put away your sandals and enjoy the madhouse that is the Steam Summer Sale 2014!
According to several sources, this years Steam Summer Sale is due to kick off next Thursday, 6/19.
Dead Rising 3 will no longer be exclusive to Xbox One. It will be coming to Steam in North America and Europe by the end of this summer.
Imagine Me is the first title from new developer KinifiGames. It was founded by Christopher Figueroa, a former employee of ActiVision who left to create his own game and his own vision. Imagine Me is a precision platformer along the lines of Super Meat Boy where you have limited controls, namely move and jump, but you have to […]
Discover. Scavenge. Explore. These three words top the demo station for Below, the upcoming Capy title for Xbox One and Steam. After spending about fifteen minutes or so with the game, I learned just how adequate they were.
Last September Valve announced a program allowing family members to share their digital library with one another. The Steam Family Sharing feature brought the ability to share games without the need of a physical disc, something that had been sorely missing from the digitally distributed gaming world.