One modder takes it upon themselves to add a classic Tim Allen Home Improvement joke to Streets of Rage 2 with hilarious results, and releases the mod to the public.
A Steam update released yesterday is implying that paid game modifications may be returning sooner rather than later, despite the system’s past controversies.
Valve is launching SteamVR in tandem with the beginning of the HTC Vive virtual reality headsets shipping arrivals, marking the start of an new VR gaming era.
Green Man Gaming announces its Spring PC Games Sale, which includes some deep discounts on popular titles like Fallout 4 and its associated Season Pass.
ARK: Survival Evolved developer Studio Wildcard is hit with a lawsuit from Trendy Entertainment that could halt the game’s development and pull it from Steam.
Capcom unveils a huge sale on Resident Evil games from throughout the horror franchise’s history, commemorating the 20th anniversary of the original Resident Evil’s release.
Bethesda takes to Twitter to announce that Fallout 4’s highly-anticipated upcoming survival mode is coming to PC users via Steam for its beta test sometime next week.
Speaking at GDC, Cliff Bleszinski explains that LawBreakers will now be a premium title exclusive to Steam, rather than a free-to-play game as previously promised.
A 4-man studio is creating a survival horror game called PAMELA, and a recent alpha video is making waves with its stunning environment and crafting system.
Valve is creeping into paid user-generated content once again, though the system in place for DOTA 2 is remarkably different than the failed Skyrim workshop.
A leaked memo sent from Valve to developers suggests that Steam bundles will no longer charge gamers the full price if they already own some of the content.
Clever gamers uncover hidden maps mistakenly released in a VR performance test, based on Half-Life and Left 4 Dead, as well as a possible Left 4 Dead 3 survivor.
The fan-made follow-up to Valve’s and Gearbox Software’s sci-fi title Half-Life: Opposing Force, is out now and is available for purchase through Steam.
Competitive matchmaking is coming to Team Fortress 2 this week, starting with a small beta that gradually grows in size and sporadic stress tests along the way.
Quantum Break will be coming to PC but not to Steam, announces Exec Aaron Greenberg. The upcoming title is exclusively available on Windows 10’s store.
An indepedent videogame developer releases ENDCIV to the Steam Greenlight platform, hoping a mix of SimCity and Fallout 4 gameplay aspects will attract fans.
Xaviant Games announces The Culling, a video game take on the ‘fight to the death’ arena scenarios depicted in films such as ‘Battle Royale’ and ‘The Hunger Games’.