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Valve's Fake Games Look Great, Actually


This year’s Steam Summer Sale is over, so say goodbye to all the deals. But say hello to some rad-looking art! With the sale over, an artist at Valve is now free to share all the fake video game key art and covers that she helped create that were hidden inside Steam’s large digital catalog as part...

Blade Runner Remake Mess Continues With Shopfront Switcheroo


The drama and weirdness around the disastrous Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition remake continues this week. Last time we checked in, buyers were very unhappy at the state of the game, and the creators of a popular and long-running fan version had been stiffed by the release of this newer edition.Read...

Modder Sorta Gets Half-Life 2 Running On Switch (It's Actually Portal)


So, Portal: The Companion Collection, a bundle of Valve’s 3D puzzle-platformers Portal and Portal 2, just dropped on the Nintendo Switch. But not long after its surprise release during this week’s Direct Mini Partner Showcase, a modder named OatmealDome has already figured out a way to get...

Portal: The Companion Collection Out On Switch Today


Just when you thought you were finally safe from that guy making “the cake is a lie” jokes (before misquoting some Monty Python), Valve has surprise-launched the Switch port of both Portal and Portal 2 today. Announced during the very Mini Nintendo Direct, the 2007 smash hit puzzle game should...

Blade Runner Remake Looks Like Complete Dogshit


In 1997 Westwood Studios—famous for their real-time strategy games like Command & Conquer and Red Alert—released a game called simply Blade Runner. It was a grimy point-and-click adventure game, and became one of the all-time greats in the genre.Read more

Goodbye Zachtronics, Developers Of Very Cool Video Games


On July 5, Zachtronics will be releasing Last Call BBS, a collection of stylish little puzzle games wrapped up in a retro PC gaming vibe. After 11 years in business (and even longer outside of commercial releases), a time which has seen the studio develop a cult following almost unrivalled in indie...

Team Fortress 2’s Latest Update Makes It Easier To Kick All Those Bots


Yesterday, Valve released a new update for Team Fortress 2 that fixes and tweaks a lot of things, but many players are most excited about the changes to how voting and usernames work, hopeful they’ll make it easier to combat all the annoying bots that continue to plague the multiplayer, class-based...

Heroes Of Newerth, Once League Of Legends' Rival, Has Shut Down


It was so long ago, and the space is now so thoroughly dominated by two games that it’s almost impossible remembering any other way things could be, but for a brief window of time the MOBA genre—basically any and every game that was copying WarCraft III’s DotA map—was a warzone.Read more

Team Fortress 2 Fans Inconsolable After PC Gaming Show Snub


Some poor Team Fortress 2 players—beleaguered by bots, stomachs growling from the game’s lack of major updates—wrongly believed they would finally get a dose of good news after spotting the Engineer character in a promotional image for PC Gamer’s PC Gaming Show on June 12. They did not.Read more

Sorry, But Hollywood Is Making A Duke Nukem Movie


I hate to ruin your Friday right as the weekend is starting, but I bring some troubling news from the land of Hollyweird. It seems the creative folks behind Cobra Kai, the Karate Kid revival, have decided they want to make a movie, a full-length film, based on the once-popular ‘90s first-person...

Dead Island 2 Hopefuls Get Played By Goat Simulator 3 Parody Trailer


Geoff Keighley’s Summer Game Fest ended yesterday with a bit of a plop. There were some interesting announcements, including a June 16 release date for TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge, but The Geoffening was mostly overshadowed by the smaller Day of the Devs presentation that immediately followed. Still...

Bloober Team Reveals Horror Sequel That's Not Silent Hill


Geoff Keighley’s Summer Game Fest has been filled with announcements, from Street Fighter 6 character reveals to a look at The Callisto Protocol’s gameplay. Bloober Team came through with an unveiling of its own, which was a revamp of its cult psychological horror series Layers of Fear,...

Hey, It's Time To Show Some Love To Dwarf Fortress


It’s time to pay the piper. Dwarf Fortress, the extraordinary, free roguelike that has blossomed into a total fantasy life simulator, was an inspiration for monoliths like Minecraft and Rimworld. It’s twenty years old this year, and due to come to Steam sometime soon. However, right now,...

The Best Sex Games On Steam, According To OnlyFans Creators


If Steam’s huge list of sex games is a gated, glistening community pool, I am the discarded, embarrassing flamingo float, doomed to skim the surface for all eternity. I make attempts to dive in—I look at each 2D succubus thumbnail carefully and determine whether or not demon porn is against my core...

Everyone Uses The Steam Deck To Play Games That Are Perfect For The Switch


Valve’s Steam Deck promises all the same handheld freedom as the Nintendo Switch, but with vastly more powerful tech under the hood, capable of running the most lavishly produced AAA games. A few months in, according to a blog post from Valve, it turns out everyone’s just using the thing to play...

Rollerdrome Is Like Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater But With Guns


Last night’s State of Play presentation from Sony was actually pretty good. We got a July 19 release date for the adorable cat game Stray, Resident Evil 4 Remake turned out to be a real thing that’s coming next year, and Final Fantasy XVI showed off some sumptuous gameplay. There was some really...

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