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Valve stops Steam Link hardware sales; promotes Android app instead
Valve announced that its supply of Steam Link hardware has sold out – and by the looks of it, it won’t be making any more.
Hands on impressions with Full Ace Tennis Simulator on Steam
2018 we already saw the release of AO Tennis for PS4 and Xbox One and now the PC is getting a new tennis game called Full Ace Tennis Simulator.
Apple to pump up data center spending by $10 billion
Apple expects to invest over $30 billion in capital expenditures in the US over the next five years and create over 20,000 new jobs.
Live out your Game of Thrones fantasies in Bannermen
Bannermen takes place in a semi-fantasy medieval world brutally damaged by decades of war and starvation...
Gamers, forget your enemies because burgers are now targeting you
After going on a rampage and massacring hordes of zombies from the comfort of your couch, the thing you want most is some greasy takeaway food right?
Pioneer: Mars, the game that promises you can live out your Martian dreams
“We want to provide players with a hardcore survival experience, one based on what an early human colonisation of Mars may actually look like."
Live out your craziest car fantasies in Crossout
The post-apocalyptic world of Crossout is harsh and unforgiving, with an atmosphere reminiscent of Mad Max and Blood Drive.
New Zealand's booming indie game industry: Four addictive titles you have to try
The indie game industry is booming within New Zealand, here are four titles you don't want to miss.
P.A.M.E.L.A. receives update: Is it just another early access survival game?
It is important for P.A.M.E.L.A. to highlight the features that set it apart, or it may face being buried under the slew of competitors.
Prepare your wallets: the Steam Summer Sale is here
Annual Steam Summer Sale starts today - good luck out there. We hope your wallet makes it.
Kiwi game developer students hit commercial success
Students from New Zealand’s Media Design School are celebrating the official commercial release of their game Split.
New Zealand currency finally coming to Steam
New Zealand gamers usually have to see the USA currency on Steam. This is about to change next week
A post-apocalyptic Nether-land...
Darren Price takes a look at open-world post-apocalyptic survival-horror game, Nether - where trigger-happy players are just as dangerous as the lurking mutants.
The Golf Club PC Early Access Preview
Darren Price takes a look at the Steam PC Early Access version of The Golf Club
Resident Evil 4 Ultimate HD edition heading to PC
Capcom has announced the ultimate HD edition of Resident Evil 4 for PC will be available as adigital download on Steam globally and available as a retail version for Windows PC in Europe.
Alienware steam box same price as Xbox One
Although the Alienware Steam box was confirmed last week and tipped to launch in September with no retail price confirmed.
iBuyPower Steam Machine is officially coming...
It is widely rumoured that at this year's CES convention in Las Vegas, which starts tomorrow, there will be a large amount of Steam machine information being unveiled.
Free ARMA III reinforcements pack for gamers
Bohemia Interactive has delivered an early Christmas present to ARMA 3 players by releasing the free AAF Reinforcements Pack.
Valve officially announces Steam OS
Those of us who are PC gamers may be familiar with Steam’s "Big Picture" mode, which is technically their way of having a game pad friendly environment for PC’s when you cannot be bothered with your mouse and keyboard.
Steam in very hot water...
Recent reports suggest that Steam is being taken to court in Germany for refusing to change its terms of service, which would allow users to re-sell their digital software purchases.
PC gamers celebrate mega Steam sale
PC gamers around the world are celebrating the Steam sale, with the digital game seller offering deals on hundreds of games until July 22.
Half-finished War Z game causes controversy
New zombie survival game taken off the digital shelf after fans realised it had been released half-finished.
Tim Cook visits Valve; is Apple getting into gaming?
Meeting with creators of Steam platform suggests company could be looking to clean-sweep the consumer space.
Ongoing concern over Steam breach
Valve co-founder offers more specifics about what was stolen, ensures users their passwords are safe.