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Steam: soon a new interface

Steam: soon a new interface

Steam is preparing to refresh its look with a new graphical interface, previewed at GDC 2019. After years of rumors about a possible redesign, it has finally arrived ...
Metro Exodus Epic Store

Metro Exodus on Epic sells more than twice as much as Last Light on Steam

Deep Silver and Epic Games announced at the GDC 2019, that the launch of Metro Exodus on the Epic Store Games was a real success, surpassing even the sales of Metro: Last Light on Steam ...
Steam Epic Games Launcher

Valve will open an investigation into the Epic Games launcher

The controversy continues on the Epic Games launcher, accused by many parties of collecting users' personal data directly from their computer. Epic had to respond to the charges, but press releases ...
Steam against review bombing

Steam against review bombing

The review bombing phenomenon has for some time become a hot topic, especially on Steam. This term means that "bombardment" of negative reviews which have as their sole purpose that of ...
Free is nice GameGuru

Free is nice: GameGuru

For our column Free is Beautiful, we announce that from today to 18 March Steam allows you to download GameGuru for free. It is an editor that allows you to easily create and ...

Is the Epic Games Store stealing user data? Epic explains the situation

Some users have discovered that the Epic Games Store would steal some user data, as well as analyze the Steam library on the player's PC.

Epic Games focuses on prices and content to beat Steam with its Epic ...

Tim Sweeney, head of Epic Games, talked about the new Epic Store and how the company will aim to outperform its competitors, first of all Steam.

Yuppie Psycho: Indie horror comes in April

If you've never heard of the Yuppie Psycho horror indie, this is the right opportunity. The game in pixel-art style will in fact arrive on Steam next month, making the idea of ​​going to the office every day ...

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