Posts tagged with "Steam"

Resident Evil 0 HD Remaster set for release early 2016

Resident Evil 0 HD Remaster set for release early 2016
Last month, a Resident Evil 0 HD remaster was announced, set to be released on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC. This week, an exciting new trailer for the remastered game was released. Resident Evil 0, which was released in Europe on Nintendo GameCube in 2003, is a prequel to the first (and rather difficult) game, which made its debut on the original PlayStation back in 1996. The game’s protagonists are S.T.A.R.S member... 

Producer Ryo Mito talks Saint Seiya: Soldier’s Soul

Producer Ryo Mito talks Saint Seiya: Soldier’s Soul
The newly announced Saint Seiya: Soldier’s Soul is coming to PS4, PS3 and Steam this fall, and it’s already confirmed for Europe…   Read More →

Butt Mode: the bumper jewel of Shovel Knight cheat codes

Butt Mode: the bumper jewel of Shovel Knight cheat codes
Released last week by Yacht Club Games through a well-backed Kickstarter campaign, Shovel Knight is already being heralded as one of the best games of 2014 so far. Speaking to CVG, the California-based video game developer stated that the game release itself is merely a halfway point with content updates, more playable and customisable characters and a Gender Swap mode all in the pipeline. Indeed, Steam Community Discussion forums have been bustling... 

MCM London Comic Con Panel: How to Be an Indie Games Developer

MCM London Comic Con Panel: How to Be an Indie Games Developer
Have you ever had a great idea for a video game? Perhaps you’ve already started creating your own? Well, according to indie developers and Arch Creatives founders Ollie Clarke (LA Cops, The Button Affair, The Typing of the Dead: Overkill) and Steve Stopps (Lumo Deliveries), there has never been a better time to get started. At the MCM London Comic Con on Friday, the pair shared their advice for aspiring games developers. Perhaps the best... 

Valve Reveals Thirteen New Steam Machines

Valve Reveals Thirteen New Steam Machines
Alienware’s first design for their upcoming Steam Machine We all know that Valve has been busy, but after the reveal of thirteen (yes, thirteen!) lean and mean Steam Machines at the Consumer Electrics Show 2014, that may have been the understatement of the year. Valve has joined forces with 13 different partners and each party has produced their own Steam Machine for the upcoming Steam Operating System. Alongside their announcement Valve have... 

Wayward Manor – Help Fund Neil Gaiman’s Ghost Story Game

Wayward Manor – Help Fund Neil Gaiman’s Ghost Story Game
Back in July, fantasy author Neil Gaiman announced that he was working on an exciting new video game project called Wayward Manor. This week, a new trailer was released to Mashable featuring footage of the characters and explaining a little more about the story. Set in a spooky, 1920s mansion and inspired by the dark comedy films of that era, Wayward Manor will see players take on the role of a ghost who spends his days haunting his old house and... 

Borderlands 2: Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep Review

Borderlands 2: Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep Review
The final piece of story DLC for Borderlands 2 is finally out and I’m happy to report that it’s by far the most impressive piece of Borderlands story DLC ever. It’s set in vastly new areas, features a huge number of new enemy types and weapon modifiers and features one of the best written dissections of current geek culture in any form of media. There was a huge amount for me to enjoy playing through the story and I can’t... 

Gabe Newell Speaks at LBJ University

Gabe Newell Speaks at LBJ University
Gabe Newell (aka ‘Gaben’), founder of Valve Corporation and all-round good egg recently visited the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs in Texas to give a talk on productivity, economics, political institutions and the future of corporations. Someone has now posted the entire hour long speech online and, if you have the time, it’s a fascinating watch. Gabe talks about his past career at Microsoft, the founding of his company,... 

Player-Created Guides Introduced for Steam

Player-Created Guides Introduced for Steam
Valve has introduced the ability to make and share Steam Guides: player-created reference guides for individual games and software. They can be accessed in-game by opening up the Steam Overlay or by clicking on ‘Guides’ in any Steam Community Hub. Your guide can be a walkthrough, a list of secret items, or just a selection of helpful tips. All you have to do is a Community Hub for any game or software you use on Steam and select ‘Create... 
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