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System Shock and Skatebird Among Over a Dozen Games with New Limited Time Demos

In honor of The Game Awards, about a dozen games released limited time demos on Steam.

Later tonight, The Game Awards will be streamed live. That all kicks off at 8:30PM (ET) and can be watched online at places like Twitch, Steam, Mixer, Twitter, YouTube, consoles, other websites, and even at select movie theaters.

We already knew that.

What we didn't know until just a short time ago is that Geoff Keighley has also organized a special bonus treat for everyone. Today, he announced The Game Festival. The Game Festival, going live right...
 

MLB The Show is No Longer a PlayStation Exclusive

Soon, MLB The Show will be available on more than just Sony's platforms.

It has just been announced that starting as soon as 2021's release, MLB The Show will no longer be a PlayStation platform exclusive. Though other platforms have not yet been specified, both the official Nintendo and Xbox Twitter accounts were quick to comment on this new development.

For the past dozen or so years, MLB The Show has been developed by San Diego Studio, a subsidiary of Sony Interactive Entertainment. Sony has also had the exclusive rights to develop and publish...
 

New 2K Studio Confirmed to be Working on Next BioShock Game

The first project for the new Cloud Chamber is the next entry in the BioShock series.

2K just announced today that they have opened up a new game development studio under their publishing umbrella. The new studio is called Cloud Chamber and will have not one but two different locations for their operations. The team will operate both out of 2K's San Francisco Bay Area HQ in Novato, CA in addition to a new location in Montreal, Quebec. This marks the first Canadian office for 2K.

The other big surprise today is the fact that Cloud Chamber has...
 

DICE Nerfed the TTK Yet Again in Battlefield V

Almost one year later and DICE is repeating the same exact mistakes.

Back on December 12, 2018, DICE decided to adjust the TTK (Time To Kill) for weapons in Battlefield V. A lot of the changes made weapons a fair bit less effective at actually taking out enemies. DICE said that they found that their "wider player base was dying too fast." That is to say, the shorter TTK wasn't too friendly for new players. To say that the core Battlefield community hated the changes is probably a massive understatement.

So, DICE tried to find a compromise...
 

Resident Evil 3 Remake Cover Art Leaked

Features a look at Jill, Carlos, and Nemesis.

We seem to have yet another leak on our hands today. This time it's for the still not officially announced remake of Resident Evil 3. It seems as though the cover art for this totally not real game was found on the servers for the PlayStation Store.

A games tracker feature on Gamstat quickly embeded the images from the PlayStation Store and thus made them visible publicly. Since then the images were pulled from being publicly accessible on the PlayStation Store. It's a good thing Gematsu saved the...
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  • True Sight - A New Dota 2 Documentary Series from Valve

    True Sight - A New Dota 2 Documentary Series from Valve

    Earlier today, Valve announced a new series that focuses on, you guessed it, Dota 2 and the competitive scene.
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  • CS:GO Beta Pre-Release Patch Fixes New Inferno (1.35.5.3rc2)

    CS:GO Beta Pre-Release Patch Fixes New Inferno (1.35.5.3rc2)

    Yesterday, Inferno was updated for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Today, Valve's latest pre-release patch fixes Inferno.

    Changelog for CS:GO Beta 1.35.5.3rc2
    Inferno
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  • Steam Dev Days Begins on Wednesday

    Steam Dev Days Begins on Wednesday

    This Wednesday, October 12, Steam Dev Days 2016 will kick off in Seattle, WA. Once again, Valve will play host to an event that brings together developers working on desktop games, VR content, and living room experiences that will be released in 2017 and beyond.
    Celebrating over 10 years since the first third-party title was launched on the platform, developers have published over 10,000 titles on Steam for Windows PC, Linux, Mac and multiple VR systems. Support for VR was introduced just six months ago, yet developers have already published over 600 VR
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  • CS:GO Pre-Release Update Includes Updated Inferno

    CS:GO Pre-Release Update Includes Updated Inferno

    A new pre-release update for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive was rolled out to testers tonight. The 1.35.5.3rc beta update includes some small adjustments to gameplay and the UI. Oh, and it also features a revised version of de_inferno!

    That's right, Inferno is the latest map to get the visual upgrade treatment in CS:GO. Check out some of the screenshots below for a look at the fan favorite map. Please note that these are not my screenshots, but you can find all of them here.

    Here are the full list of changes from this beta b...
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  • Valve Adds Limited Use, Monetized Sprays to CS:GO

    Valve Adds Limited Use, Monetized Sprays to CS:GO

    Valve has added sprays back into Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. That's about where the good news ends. The bad news here is that they are now monetized and limited to 50 uses.

    What. The. Hell?!
    It's time to make your mark with a wide range of graffiti patterns now available as drops and in graffiti boxes as offers. Graffiti can be applied to the in-game environment wherever you want, so use your imagination and decorate the world for yourself, your friends, and (when the opportunity presents itself) your enemies.

    The CS:GO...
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  • ELEAGUE to Host CS:GO Major Championship Grand Final in January

    ELEAGUE to Host CS:GO Major Championship Grand Final in January

    From January 22-29, 2017, ELEAGUE will host the Major Championship Grand Final live on both TBS and Twitch. The event, which takes place in Atlanta, will see the best Counter-Strike: Global Offensive players around the world competing for the top place and a slice of the $1 million prize pool.
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  • Big Changes Coming to the Steam Store

    Big Changes Coming to the Steam Store

    Earlier this evening, it may have slipped out that Valve is planning some big changes for the Steam Store. Right now, it seems as though Steamworks developers are being notified of upcoming changes that could be rolling out over the next few weeks* (*Valve time not taken into account).

    The posting to the group (not viewable by the public), says the following:
    We wanted to let you know about some upcoming improvements we're working on for the Steam Store and what it might mean for your game. When we launched the Steam Discovery Update, we
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  • Digital Homicide Now Wants to Sue Valve

    Digital Homicide Now Wants to Sue Valve

    Digital Homicide first sues Jim Sterling because he had the nerve to call them out on their asset flip cookie cutter games. Then, they subpoena Valve for the real names of 100 Steam users they wanted to sue because they said mean things about them. Then, Valve removes Digital Homicide's games from Steam for essentially bullying the Steam userbase. Now, Digital Homicide wants to sue Valve. Digital Homicide is the gift that keeps on giving. Here is what Digital Homicide put up on their website less than 24 hours ago with respect to this newfound desire to sue Valv...
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  • Valve Removes Digital Homicide Games from Steam

    Valve Removes Digital Homicide Games from Steam

    Hey, remember yesterday when we brought that story of the critically acclaimed and award winning developer, Digital Homicide's James Romine campaign to sue 100 Steam users for $18 million? Yeah, remember how they sent a subpoena to Valve requesting the real names and information for those 100 Steam users?

    As expected, that didn't work out too well for Digital Homicide.


    If you would like to look at these entries for yourself, SteamDB has you covered. Valve has apparently issued a statement about the m...
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  • Over 11,000 Cheaters Banned from Counter-Strike

    Over 11,000 Cheaters Banned from Counter-Strike

    Over the past 24 hours, a massive ban wave has hit Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. According to information first noticed last night by TwitchDenmark on Reddit, the total ban count has climbed to over 11,400 new bans on record. This is now the most bans delivered in one time period for anti-cheat in CS:GO. Staff and admins of some of the detected cheats made statements, like the one you see above, saying that multiple paid "undetectable" cheat providers have been affected by this. Of course, as with all things of this nature, they also say that they'll be ...
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  • Valve Addresses Major CS:GO Hitbox Issue with Opt-in Beta Patch

    Valve Addresses Major CS:GO Hitbox Issue with Opt-in Beta Patch

    A couple of short days ago, it was discovered that the hitboxes were way off for players that turned just slightly. It was found that if a player moved their view just enough that only their character model's upper torso moved, it would throw the hitboxes off by a significant degree for almost the entire model. This included the oh so important head hitbox, which naturally resulted in people missing headshots they feel like they almost certainly should have hit. The community affectionately called this "getting CS:GO'd." It's not exactly the high point of creative...
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