Steam’s Android app has been snapped listing categories from photo editing to accounting, as seen on The Verge. Gabe’s been talking about adding non-game stuff to Steam for at least four years – I asked him about it at Games Convention in 2008, I think, and he said it was on the cards – so don’t be too shocked. The “Genre” section of the app’s index also lists education and software training, with a total of ten additional categories over those shown in the Steam desktop client. Valve’s made no comment as yet.
Minecraft is getting a big new update which aims to make your underwater exploration more worthwhile and interesting.
Rainbow Six Siege is looking at a busy few months as the tactical multiplayer shooter moves into its third year and shows no sign of slowing down.
Xbox Live Black Friday sale is go, and it’s not even Slightly Grey Monday yet.
Your past experiences in Steam games and the time spent playing them will now factor into Counter-Strike: Global Offensive matchmaking
Valve has rolled out a new matchmaking system for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive that takes into account more than your skill in the game.
Rime is out now on Switch. Let us guide you though the early stages so you’re set up to tackle the rest of the game.