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  • Valve Offers Suggestions on Reducing Steam Bandwidth

    Valve Offers Suggestions on Reducing Steam Bandwidth

    Budget that bandwidth during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Everyone is at home. If not, they probably should be. 2020 has been crazy wild and it's still only March. One of the things people have been doing more of, is playing games. What else is there to do when you're under quarantine? Work? HA! Screw that!

    The problem with being at home all the time like this, is that the network in your home, country, or even globally can be impacted significantly. People have more time now...
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  • DreadOut 2 Slated for February 20 Release

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    DreadOut 2 Slated for February 20 Release

    More scares based off of Indonesian horror tales arrives soon

    The original DreadOut was a real "love it" or "hate it" sort of horror title. The game, released only on PC for Windows, Mac, and Linux, came across as a modern spin on the Fatal Frame formula. In the original, players were tasked with solving a variety of puzzles while protecting themselves from ghostly entities by photographing them with either a smartphone or a digital camera that they find through...
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  • More New Releases Found More Success on Steam in 2019 Compared to 2018

    More New Releases Found More Success on Steam in 2019 Compared to 2018

    2019 was another big year for the PC platform.

    Steam has been around for quite some time now. In fact, 2020 marks Steam's 17th anniversary come September. 17 years is a long time for anything. If you didn't know any better, you might be sitting there right now thinking that after all this time Steam could not be improved or iterated on in any capacity. At best, all that happened was that a bunch of new games were added and they called it a year. Right?

    That is where you...
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  • 2020 Lunar New Year Sale Begins at GOG

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    2020 Lunar New Year Sale Begins at GOG

    Steam isn't the only sale in town.

    If you aren't able to find anything to your liking on Steam during their sale, perhaps GOG will have something more to your liking. Earlier today, the 2020 Lunar New Year Sale on GOG officially kicked off. They are offering up to 90% off on over 1,000 games and bundles.

    Be sure to browse around GOG.com for some goodies you may want to pick up. With how many items are on sale, there are just too many to list here! ...
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  • Rocket League Announces End of Linux and macOS Support

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    Rocket League Announces End of Linux and macOS Support

    Developer Psyonix made the announcement earlier today on Steam.

    Psyonix, the developer behind the once very popular Rocket League announced that they will no longer support macOS or Linux come early March. It is in early March that a patch will be released for all three platforms (Windows, macOS, and Linux). This will be the last one for every PC platform but Windows.

    As stated, the announcement came first via Steam. In the announcement, the team says that while they are...
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  • 2020 Steam Lunar New Year Sale is Live

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    2020 Steam Lunar New Year Sale is Live

    It's a new New Year, so it's time for more savings.

    In honor of the Chinese New Year on January 25, a lot of games are on sale. It may not make sense to everyone, but it makes sense here. Valve is once again holding their big Steam Lunar New Year Sale. It just started today and will run through to January 27 at 10AM (PT).

    This sale will once again allow you to save on "thousands of titles." And of course there is a new event for you to take part in for some freebies....
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  • Mosaic Launches on PC Today

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    Mosaic Launches on PC Today

    The once Apple Arcade exclusive ventures on to other platforms today.

    Your life sucks. You live a monotonous life. It has no meaning. Your city is cold and overpopulated. You're a nobody amongst groups of other nobodies. You work long days at a big corporation and get zero recognition. Day in and day out it's the same thing...

    Until one day strange things start to happen on your otherwise routine commute to work. This is the setup for the story behind Mosaic, a game that...
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  • PSA: The Steam Autumn Sale is Live

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    PSA: The Steam Autumn Sale is Live

    It's the most wonderful time of the year.

    Valve just kicked off their latest mega-sale a mere hour ago now. That's right, the Steam Autumn Sale is now live. This year's sale runs from now (obviously) through December 3 at 10AM (PT).

    During the sale, there will be over 13,000 titles available at reduced cost. This includes games, DLC, and probably even bundles that include things like bonus soundtracks. Don't just take my word for it. You can head on over to the main Steam...
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  • Tycoon Simulator Transport Fever 2 Out on December 11

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    Tycoon Simulator Transport Fever 2 Out on December 11

    I got a fever and the only prescription is more transportation systems.

    A new tycoon simulation game from Good Shepherd Entertainment and Urban Games is on the way. On December 11, Windows and Linux users will get to play Transport Fever 2 if they pick it up via Steam.

    To get you into the tycoon spirit, the first Transport Fever is available for 80% off on Steam from now until Friday, November 8. This brings the price down to a mere $7 (USD).

    The sequel, Transport...
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  • A Total War Saga: TROY Announcement Trailer

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    A Total War Saga: TROY Announcement Trailer

    The official announcement of a new Total War game is here.

    In a shock to nobody, the leak that came out literally just yesterday has been proven to be true. Everybody pretend to be shocked! A reveal trailer is out today for A Total War Saga: TROY. I believe the only thing that was incorrect in the early leak was the order of the words in the game's title.

    This new entry in the Total War franchise takes inspiration from Homer's Iliad. As such, you can expect there to be...
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  • Rust is Killing Linux Support; Devs Offer Refunds

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    Rust is Killing Linux Support; Devs Offer Refunds

    Rust became a "cheater's sanctuary" on Linux.

    On August 9, Rust developer Garry Newman wrote a blog talking about potential plans for the long neglected Linux client for their open-world survival game. In the blog, Newman talks about how he and the team could have done more to support the client, even if he says their support "might have been above average."

    He goes on to say that the Linux version had "become more popular with the cheating community."...
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  • Build Your Own Adventures as Million to One Hero Leaves Early Access

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    Build Your Own Adventures as Million to One Hero Leaves Early Access

    Pixels and platforming.

    Over the Top Games announced today that Million to One Hero has left Early Access today and is now a fully released game. Million to One Hero is an "eccentric pixelated platformer" that includes an in-game editor that allows you to create your own adventures.

    Players can make quests, add NPCs, add dialog, and even change the music or climate of each of their levels. Use it to share your own stories with the world.

    Million...
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  • Steam Will Not Support Ubuntu 19.10 and Later

    Steam Will Not Support Ubuntu 19.10 and Later

    But will still support Linux.

    Valve is one of the big reasons why gaming on Linux has seen such a massive surge in recent years. One of the biggest pushes came not from specially created Linux builds of games, but from Proton, a fork of Wine that Valve released to allow for games to become playable on Linux that may not have native Linux support. At present, there are over 5,400 games that work through Steam on Linux thanks to Proton.

    Over the years, Valve has recommended...
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  • Wasteland 3 Announced for 2020

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    Wasteland 3 Announced for 2020

    The apocalypse continues on consoles and PC in 2020.

    Wasteland 3 has been announced and confirmed for a Spring 2020 release on the Xbox One, Xbox Game Pass, PlayStation 4, Windows, Mac, and Linux. This was confirmed via inXile Entertainment and Deep Silver this week at E3.

    The series continues the turn-based combat and adventures in a post-apocalyptic wasteland (ha) and returns players to a role of Desert Ranger. These rangers are "lawmen in a post-nuclear world working...
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  • Quake II RTX Dated for June 6

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    Quake II RTX Dated for June 6

    What's old is new again.

    Nvidia just released the "official announce trailer" today for Quake II RTX, or Quake II with real-time ray tracing for those not in the know. There will be a free release to Windows and Linux users on June 6. Please note that this is not the same as the user created mod called "Q2VKPT."

    But what exactly is Quake II RTX? It's the beloved classic FPS, Quake II, with modern, real-time ray tracing technology added to it. This...
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