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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.
Resident Evil 4 is now available for digital download on PC via Steam and across for retail at $19.99. Fans of the acclaimed Resident Evil title will be happy to know that the game now runs at its highest graphical fidelity to date with crisp HD graphics and 60 frames per second.
On Wednesday, Valve launched a new feature on Steam that allows users to “tag” games, as a way of driving a new game recommendation engine. In their page announcing the new feature, Valve encourages the use of non-traditional tags, saying “the system is intended to support a broad variety of concepts, genres, and attributes.”
Valve has announced Steam Music, a way to listen to songs as you play games in either SteamOS or Big Picture Mode.
Today Capcom has announced that their critically acclaimed title, Resident Evil 4, will be releasing for PC next month on February 28, 2014.
As we told you earlier today, Valve has confirmed over a dozen official partners to make their Steam Machine console/PC hybrid gaming machines.
Following the news that 12 companies are working on Steam OS consoles, CyberPower Inc came right out and unveiled their version of the Steam Machine at CES 2014 today.
Valve‘s Steam Machine, the PC gaming company’s attempt to invade the living room space typically dominated by gaming consoles, will be made by at least a dozen names in PC manufacturing.
If you were keeping close tabs on the Steam Holiday Sale these past few days, you might have noticed that Deadpool was pulled from a recent Community’s Choice vote. This was because Deadpool was one of the many Activision games that were licensed from Marvel that had its license expire on December 31st. As a result, every […]
If you would rather stay at home instead of going shopping on Black Friday for big gaming deals, Steam‘s got your back.
In a recent post to the Steam community, hardware designer Greg Coomer or better known by his SteamID Gregori, lead hardware designer for the Steam Machine, revealed that Steam has begun shipping out early prototypes of the Steam Machine.
In this episode of The Geek Cave Podcast, Darrin breaks down Valve‘s plans for living room gaming PCs, Chad and Justin bring up questions about Sandra Bullock’s physiology, and a movie about talking babies gets reviewed. WARNING: Some explicit language within. Listener discretion advised. Find out more about The Geek Cave Podcast at their official […]
Just a few days ago, Valve announced their Steam OS, a software that would take the Steam experience to the living room. Now they’ve revealed the next step– the Steam Machine.