Valve releases its Team Fortress 2 Halloween-themed event, unveiling a new crate, two new taunts, three community maps, and some boosts to unboxing odds.
Microsoft adds The Orange Box, Galaga Legions, and Joe Danger 2: The Movie from Hello Games to the lineup of Xbox 360 games backward compatible on Xbox One.
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.
With the release of The Last Guardian back on the cards, we take a look at five more successful games that survived a prolonged period in development hell.
Valve’s new Steam ban program lets devs wield the mighty banhammer, but critics are concerned about abuses of power and loss of access to the games they’ve paid for.
Ever wondered how typical your Steam usage is? A massive new data set revealing the playing habits of gamers has now been assembled.
Valve has announced that they are working on a cool, new project for ‘Team Fortress 2’ and that the “Meet the Pyro” video will finally be coming this year.
Files extracted from the ‘Counter-Strike: Global Offensive’ beta client reference other Valve games and tease more Half-Life to the chagrin of impatient fans.
Do you like ‘Minecraft’, and happen to also enjoy ‘Team Fortress 2’ or music icon Usher? Then you’re in luck, because two new videos have hit the web. Spoiler alert: They’re both awesome.
Launching alongside the release of the long-awaited ‘Deus Ex: Human Revolution’ is a stylish, high quality official clothing line from musterbrand and in-game items for ‘Team Fortress 2.’
In a move that has many gamers up in arms, a community mod for ‘Team Fortress 2’ allows servers using it to block gamers from joining who didn’t pay for the game.
In Game Ranter Banter, the team discusses free-to-play games, ‘Arkham City’ DLC, 343’s approach to Master Chief, leaked ‘Sonic Generations’ levels, and the future HD ‘Zelda.’
Have you really waited four years to play ‘Team Fortress 2’? Well the wait might have been worth it, because the game’s newest update makes the Valve’s title free-to-play – forever.
Erik Wolpaw, writer for some of the highest-profile games of the past decade, discusses everything from Valve’s design process to the scientist who evaded GLaDOS.
Gabe Newell reveals that Valve is done with episode content and is moving towards faster and more consistent updates for their future titles.
With the rise of popularity in Valve’s multiplayer titles, most recently Portal 2, it seems as though they’ve decided to no longer focus on single-player only games.
Five time Oscar winning group Weta, creates a motion tracking life size sentry gun. Yes, it’s awesome!