Those wondering just how open Steam Machines will be, need wonder no more per this nifty quote from Valve founder Gabe Newell on Reddit: “We’re trying to make it as open as possible. If EA wants to put Origin on it, that would be fine, etc… (trying to pick an example of something that people think we would prohibit).” Back in 2011, Valve and EA fell out a bit after Steam’s terms and conditions were changed, and the firm responded by pulling quite a few of its titles. Thanks, GI International.
South Park: The Fractured But Whole has gone gold, and there’s a new trailer available to watch.
Island Challenge trials will return in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon, some of which are different and there is an additional new Trial.
Destiny 2 has had a pretty smooth launch so far, but it wasn’t without some problems.
Valve could move Dota 2's The International out of the US if Trump's visa restrictions become too much of an issue
The recent travel ban affecting the US could have very negative consequences on one of the biggest eSports events, the Dota 2 International.
Gabe Newell will take Portal 2 over Half-Life, says he looks at the latter as "a series of things I regret"
Compromises made during the development of the Half-Life games mean Gabe Newell will never remember them as fondly as we do.
With Steam Machines now out in the wild, many may be wondering how the Linux-based systems compare to Windows 10. According to a new benchmark report, W10 seems to be the clear winner.
To celebrate the release of its Steam Hardware, Valve has unleashed a sale on its digital storefront.