Back in 1989, Shufflepuck Café was released on something like a half dozen platforms. It was a futuristic game of air hockey, set on a distant planet, and played from a first-person perspective. Although it was released on the Amiga as well, which I was raised on, my only contact with it was on the […]
At last we have Valve’s third and final announcement for the week, and continuing the theme set previously, we get the Steam Controller. This isn’t just the controller for Steam Machines though; it’s literally for Steam, and will work with PCs and Macs running the Steam client as well. I’ll confess to a bit of […]
Steam has a ridiculous sale on Tomb Raider right now; from September 13-16th, the entire franchise is $17.49.
Steam has just greenlit a full 100 titles all at once, raising the total number of titles that have been given the go-ahead through this budding incubation system by 62%.
The PlayStation 4 just won this generation’s console war against primary opponent Xbox One.
Project Greenlight continues to give gamers a chance to vote for the titles they want to play.
Valve Co-Founder Gabe Newell has confirmed that the company is working on hardware intended for the living room.
Steam’s new user interface, Big Picture, is designed for gamers looking to simulate the console experience without having to abandon their desktop collection.
Steam’s Greenlight service will let you choose the next games you’d like to see on Steam.
We are now down to the final week of the Kickstarter to port Star Command for the PC and Mac, and with that comes stretch goals! Of particular interest is integration with the new Steam Workshop. Check out this mockup they put together: This won’t be just community-authored clothing changes for the crew, but missions as well. […]
Google’s products are everywhere – and today they’ve announced, with the help of Square-Enix and Nintendo, they’ve developed Google Maps for the Nintendo Entertainment System, with a Game Boy port on the way! Ok, not really… Google is known for their celebratory doodles and crazy antics but in honor of the April Fools 2012 weekend, […]
One of the best new elements in Angry Birds Space is the planetoid/gravity physics. You’ll find levels with multiple planets containing their own atmosphere and gravity that completely affect the way you play.