By: Eddie Makuch Call of Duty studio Infinity Ward may be developing for the Valve-backed Piston mini-PC from Xi3. The developer has posted an image of what appears to be an Infinity Ward-branded Piston to its Facebook pagealong with a caption that simply reads “game development.” Infinity Ward posted a similar image to its Twitter account, writing “What’s this?” An Activision representative was not immediately available to comment. Xi3 … Continue reading Infinity Ward developing for Valve-backed Piston PC?
By: Eddie Makuch Microsoft’s 2007 first-person shooter Halo 3 could be on its way to the PC. A NeoGAF user tapped into xPaw’s Steam Database and found Halo 3–along with many other titles–in the Steam registry, suggesting they could be released for PC in the future. On the list are previously confirmed-for-PC games like Resident Evil: Revelations, but also a host of titles not yet announced for PC. These include Fez, Quantum Conundrum … Continue reading Halo 3 coming to Steam?
By: Eddie Makuch Valve’s iconic first-person shooter Half-Life is now available on Mac OS X and Linux, 15 years after the game originally launched in 1998. Valve has not made an official announcement, but Polygon reports that the game is available and runs without a hiccup. The game is currently priced at $9.99 through Steam. Half-Life 2 and its subsequent episodes were previously made available for Mac, but not the original. … Continue reading Half-Life now on Mac, Linux
By: Martin Gaston Highly-acclaimed indie puzzler Antichamber will be heading to Steam on January 31, sole developer Alexander Bruce has announced. Dubbed a “mind-bending psychological exploration game” by its creator, Antichamber has scooped up multiple awards, including the technical excellence gong from last year’s Independent Games Festival. A price for the game has yet to be announced. Antichamber is notable for its striking visual style, mixing bright, luminescent … Continue reading Anticipated indie puzzler Antichamber coming to Steam this month
By: Shawn Collier (@ShawnCollier) A little over a year ago, NIS America announced that they would be releasing Clan of Champions on PC (via Steam) and PS3. The publisher has announced that the PC version will be hitting the Steam platform this month. Clan of Champions takes after its PSP predecessor Gladiator Begins, featuring similar gameplay, but with a vast range of customization options. There … Continue reading NIS America’s Clan Of Champions Hits Steam This Month
By: Laura Parker, Associate Editor Developer The Behemoth has finally announced a PC release date for its popular beat-’em-up Castle Crashers, and revealed that the game will launch on Steam for PC and Mac on September 26. The PC version of Castle Crashers will feature voice chat, achievements, gamepad and cloud save support, and local and online multiplayer. The game debuted on Xbox Live in … Continue reading Castle Crashers launching on PC, Mac September 26
By: Eddie Makuch [UPDATE] Following the publication of this story, Supergiant Games confirmed Bastion for iPad. In an update to the company’s website, the developer said Bastion for iPad will launch tomorrow, August 30, priced at $5. For more on the new version of the game, check out the site and announcement video, embedded below. Original story follows below: Supergiant Games’ action role-playing game Bastion … Continue reading Bastion hitting iPad tomorrow
By: Connor Sheridan Valve wants Steam to pour forth onto Linux users, and the company is starting with Ubuntu and a work-in-progress Left 4 Dead 2 port. The developer’s efforts to mesh the digital distribution platform (and an accompanying library of Valve titles) with the open-source operating system were outlined on a post on the new Valve Linux Blog. The project, which began in 2011, … Continue reading Valve porting Steam to Linux
By: Beyhan Moustafa EA’s release of Origin, their dedicated online digital distribution service has been met with lukewarm feedback from its users and the company has come out to reassure their users that their ‘aim is to be a better version of Steam.’ In a recent interview with MCV, David DeMartini, EA senior VP of global ecommerce stated that, "I didn’t expect to be able … Continue reading EA Claims Origin Will ‘Be A Better Version Of Steam’
By: Eddie Makuch, News Editor Console gamers seeking to slay new monsters and wield new weapons in Dark Souls are in luck. Namco Bandai has revealed to IGN that the Artorias of the Abyss expansion included with this summer’s Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition for PC will also come to the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Due out this winter for 1,200 MS points … Continue reading Dark Souls DLC coming to Xbox 360, PS3