As The Mighty Gaben says, so shall it be.
October’s Steam Hardware Survey results have gone live, and it demonstrates a rather large swing in Windows 10’s favour.
Let’s hope that it’s fixed before the next sale.
Local may not be lekker in this case.
Even Valve is guilty of releasing broken titles.
The results are rather stunning.
Perfect in every way, SteamOS is not.
Apparently, TI5 and GeForce go together like salt and pepper.
It was bound to happen, but not this easily.
It’s not perfect, but it’s pretty darn neat.
$15 million: that’s more than the 2015 Dota 2 The International and League of Legends Championships prize pools combined.
It’s Christmas before Christmas!
The PC master race need no longer rely on console peasantry.
Prepare your wallets, they’re about to be torn a new one.
They’re cheap, sure, but they’re up there with the best of them.
Just listen to me. I know best.
Mods are a lot of work, you have the right to be rewarded.
A recent announcement from Valve has stated that third party developers will be given the freedom to implement their own systems for detecting and permanently banning disruptive players.
If Valve has its way, PC gamers will no longer be known as the Master Race, but rather the Steam Race
HTC and Valve are set to square off against Samsung and Oculus, Sony, and Microsoft in a battle that may define virtual reality