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...

The Master Sword and More Coming to Super Mario Maker 2

Nintendo announced a free content update today.

On December 5, Nintendo will release a free content update for Super Mario Maker 2 for the Nintendo Switch. This update will offer players the ability to use new course parts in their designs, a new mode, and a little thing called the Master Sword.

All of this will be included in the 2.0.0 update set to hit Super Mario Maker 2 in just a few days. The Master Sword item will only be usable in the 8-bit Super Mario Bros. style. When acquired, the Master Sword will transform Mario into Link. This new...

Review: Superliminal (PC)

A puzzle game that pushes you to see things differently.

Superliminal is a game that time after time after time suggests to you, hints to you, or outright tells you that everything is a matter of perspective. It is a game that tells you that though you believe a puzzle to be impossible, the solution could be staring you right in the face.

Superliminal is a game that takes these simple ideas and attempts to create an entire game with that in mind. You are taught that signs can become steps or an alarm clock can be climbed in certain situations....

Half-Life Alyx Reveal Trailer, 4K Screens, and Release Date Announced

Valve is back.

It's been over 12 years. 12 years since the last Half-Life game was released. While it may not be Half-Life 3, Valve did today reveal Half-Life Alyx to the world. This is a new VR title for the PC that is set between the events of Half-Life and Half-Life 2.

Valve is straight up calling this a "full-length" game that just happens to require a VR device to experience. Pre-orders are available now, months ahead of the game's currently planned release in March 2020. A pre-order discount brings the $59.99 (USD) price down...

Google Stadia is Out Today and Reportedly a 'Monumental Flop'

It's time for "good news, bad news."

For Google, today is a bit of a mixed bag. The good news for them is that they just soft launched their first dedicated gaming platform, Stadia. The bad news is that it's reportedly a "monumental flop."

Today, those who purchased the $130 Founder's Edition of Stadia are probably awaiting its delivery. The physical contents largely consisting of a unique Stadia controller and a Chromecast Ultra. Though you had to plunk down $130 for this, there was actually no guarantee that you would get...
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  • CS:GO Update for June 9, 2016

    CS:GO Update for June 9, 2016

    An update was released tonight for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The update includes a few map adjustments, collision model updates, and more.

    Changelog for CS:GO for June 9, 2016

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  • Valve Releases VR Content Creation Package Destinations

    Valve Releases VR Content Creation Package Destinations

    Destinations is Valve's new VR content creation package that will allow users to create and explore VR worlds.
    Now available in Early Access, it enables the creation of explorable VR worlds made via photogrammetry, game levels, and more. Destinations is offered free of charge and comes with documentation, sample worlds, plus access to the Source 2 technology and developer Wiki.

    Valve has also set up a dedicated Destinations Workshop for users to share their creations with the world. You can download Destinations for free through Steam....
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  • CS:GO Weapon Finish Contest Winners

    CS:GO Weapon Finish Contest Winners

    The CS:GO Weapon Finish Contest hosted by Polycount came to an end last week. The winners were revealed out of the more than 500 entries submitted to the CS:GO Workshop. The top three will have their works featured in upcoming weapon cases for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

    Here are the three winners.
    Made by Andy and DryDoctor egg, Desolate Space will be their first finish featured in CS:GO. This design applies a custom illustration to the M4A4 body. The level of detail and saturation make the design a great fit for a Classified rarity.
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  • New Content and Fixes Released for VR Title The Lab

    New Content and Fixes Released for VR Title The Lab

    Valve released an update today for the VR game, The Lab, with new gameplay improvements and some fixes. Valve is calling it The Lab: Appliance of Science Update. This update is free.
    What's science without a little competition? Why, it's barely science at all! That's why we applied some science to The Lab and created the Appliance of Science Update, introducing a spirit of bloodthirsty competition to the world of ethically questionable research. Now you can compete with your fellow test subjects on the new global leaderboards for Longbow, Xortex, and
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  • Valve Offering 30% Discount on the Steam Controller as Sales Surpass 500,000 Units Sold

    Yesterday, Valve put up a new blog entry detailing some of the new features that have been added to the Steam Controller in recent weeks. In doing so, they also revealed that over 500,000 Controllers have been sold.

    Some of the latest features are also pretty nifty, including the fact that more and more games are supporting the Steam Controller right at launch and that you can edit your Steam Controller configurations without having to pop into Big Picture Mode.
    Play more new games out of the box Developers are now fine-tuning their games
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  • Valve Makes Some Dota 2 Quests Less Terrible

    Valve Makes Some Dota 2 Quests Less Terrible

    If you've been trying out the recent Dota 2 Quest thing, you may have become a bit frustrated by some of the requirements. Valve has heard your complaints and started to make some changes beginning with today's update.
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  • Team Fortress 2 Update Allows Users to Auto-Record Matches

    Team Fortress 2 Update Allows Users to Auto-Record Matches

    Today's update for Team Fortress 2 includes some exploit fixes, a security fix, and a new feature that allows users to auto-record matches.

    Changelog for Team Fortress 2 for May 31, 2016

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  • ELEAGUE Sounds Like a Smashing Success in First Weekend Showing

    ELEAGUE Sounds Like a Smashing Success in First Weekend Showing

    The new pro eSports Counter-Strike: Global Offensive league with Turner and WME | IMG, ELEAGUE, sounds like it was a pretty big success for all parties involved. This weekend, it was the top channel on Twitch, was trending across Twitter, and generated more than 150 million minutes of "video consumption" between Twitch and TBS between Tuesday, May 24 and Friday, May 27.

    Here are some more stats courtesy of Turner Sports.
    More Than 150 Million Gross Minutes of Video Consumption ELEAGUE generated more than 150 million minutes of video consu
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  • Former Employee Sues Valve for $3.1 Million Citing Wrongful Termination and Discrimination

    A former Valve employee is suing the company for $3.1 million, claiming that they were fired due to transgender discrimination, retaliation for whistle blowing, a misclassification of employment, and more.

    The details of the lawsuit, originally posted by Polygon, note that the filing came on April 12, 2016. The employee, known only by their initials in the lawsuit, says that she was fired after going to the Human Resources department to complain about how the company was "utilizing people who were interested in their products to provided translation...
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  • Update Out for CS: Source, DoD: Source, HLDM: Source, HL2: DM, and Source SDK 2013 Base

    Valve rolled out an update earlier tonight for Counter-Strike: Source, Day of Defeat: Source, Half-Life Deathmatch: Source, Half-Life 2: Deathmatch, and Source SDK 2013 Base.
    Important note for SDK mod authors: This update replaces the current main branch of the SDK 2013 Base with what was previously the "beta_test" branch. The previous SDK 2013 release branch as well as the outdated "upcoming" branch are now available for a short time as "previous" and "previous_upcoming" respectively.

    The major changes include:
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  • Valve Makes Steam User Reviews Slightly Less Terrible on Steam

    Valve Makes Steam User Reviews Slightly Less Terrible on Steam

    Steam user reviews tend to suck. The top reviews are usually the bandwagon fluff that also tends to infest such sites as Metacritic's user scores on games or they're "joke" posts with a punchline that only those that are mentally eight years old would laugh at.

    Today, Valve took a few steps to fix this issue of user scores.
    Visibility For Recently Posted Reviews While there are plenty of new reviews posted every day, we saw that it was often difficult for newer reviews to be seen and voted on enough to become listed as most helpful. As a
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