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Posts Tagged ‘Steam’

Reminder: Steam Will No Longer Function On Windows XP/Vista Tomorrow

Does anyone still use Windows XP or Vista to play Steam? Unsurprisingly, the answer is yes. According to a November 2018 Steam software/hardware survey, approximately .12% of Steam users are still on Windows XP while Windows Vista is, to put it bluntly, presently unlisted. Presumably Vista users are lumped into the .09% currently running “other” […]

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ATLAS Hits Steam To Mostly Negative Reviews

ATLAS is “the ultimate survival MMO of unprecedented scale with 40,000+ simultaneous players in the same world.” At least, that’s how it was advertised by Grapeshot Games. Following multiple last minute delays, ATLAS hit Steam Early Access on December 22 and early access is exactly where it will stay for a good long time. But […]

Editorial: Wild West Online Doesn’t Care, Can’t Even Be Bothered Cleaning Its Forums

Wild West Online, the latest racket supported by the industry’s lead fraudster Sergey Titov, has landed itself in a shallow grave along with all of Titov’s other half-baked products. Given Titov’s modus operandi when it comes to releasing games, Wild West Online has been abandoned not even half-finished and plans are already underway to launch […]

Maplestory 2 Receives Biggest Update Yet

Maplestory 2 has revealed the first phase of the Skybound Expansion, introducing a new class, new events, and special rewards. The update promises to be the game’s biggest yet, bringing with it the new Soul Binder class. The Soul Binder is a hybrid magic damage dealer and healer. Players will continue their Epic Quests with […]

Epic Games Offers 88% Revenue Cut To Developers

Epic Games this week has announced the unveiling of the Epic Games store, a new digital distribution platform that aims to court third party developers and publishers with lucrative rates. The digital platform will launch with a library of hand-curated titles on PC and Mac and will eventually expand to Android and other open platforms […]

Hellgate: London Launches To Steam, No Tokyo Content For Launch

Hellgate: London is back, again, again, and this time it is hitting Steam as a single player only game with the Tokyo expansion that Hanbitsoft added on after Flagship Studios went bankrupt. There are no microtransactions or cash shop items, and the game is available for a single purchase of $12.99 with a launch sale […]

Frostkeep Studios Unveils New Game Modes For Rend

Frostkeep Studios this week announced the debut of two new game modes for Rend on the public test realm. The two game modes are called Classic and Exploration while the original game mode will be renamed Faction War. In classic mode, players will battle for supremacy by sieging each others’ bases, waging war, capturing territory, […]

[Not Massive] Alan Wake Returns To Steam, On Sale 80% Off

Back in May 2017, we reported that Alan Wake would be permanently leaving Steam following a license dispute with Remedy Entertainment. As it turns out, the game had a few pieces of music that were expiring and Remedy was either unable or unwilling to pay up to have said license renewed. The game was put […]

[Not Massive] Steam Users Are Angry Over Early Tomb Raider Discounts

Shadow of the Tomb Raider is currently on sale and customers aren’t happy. The third and final installment in the latest Tomb Raider reboot series, Shadow of the Tomb Raider launched on PC on September 14 to pretty favorable reviews and Steam numbers. This week, the game was discounted 34% off on October 16, 47% […]

Jagged Alliance Online To Sunset November 30

  Jagged Alliance Online: Reloaded is the latest victim of online-only games, as developer/publisher Cliffhanger Productions announced last week that the servers will come down in November. Initially launched into open beta way back in 2012, developed by Cliffhanger Productions and published at the time by Gamigo. In 2015, the game was rebooted on Steam, […]

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