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Left 4 Dead 3, the trailer on YouTube was a fake

If you happened to see the trailer for Left 4 Dead 3 on YouTube and you are ecstatic, calm your spirits. Valve confirmed to PC Gamer that the trailer is a fake and ...
Half-life fan-made demo of 3

Half Life 3 - demo of a fan-made version of Unreal Engine 4 available ...

Good news for Half-Life fans. Denys Almaral released a demo of its fan-made version of Half-Life 3 in Unreal Engine 4. The most interesting aspect of this story is that it uses assets ...
Steam geo-blocking Epic Games Launcher

The EU Valve baton for geo-blocking games on Steam

The geo-blocking practices used by Valve are in the focus of the European Commission, the body charged by the Council and the European Parliament to govern the Union after each European election. In December 2018, Brussels introduced ...
Gabe Newell

Gabe Newell testimonial of a line of underwear

Several years ago, someone noticed that the face of Gabe Newell (patron of Valve) had been recklessly put on a box of underwear of the Chinese brand "Long Dian". A year after ...

Valve Index VR - Habemus Data

Valve confirmed that the pre-orders of their brand new VR viewer, presented as Index, will start this year's 01 / 05 while shipments on an unspecified date in June. The page that ...

Anno 1800 from Steam to Epic Games Store

The diatribe between Steam, Epic Games Store and the videogame world seems to have no end and the protagonist this time is Anno 1800. On the game's Steam page, a notice was published stating that the ...
Index

Surprisingly, here is Index, the VR viewer of Valve

No videos, no trailers, no ads. Only one page (small and well hidden) appeared on the Steam site. This is what Valve did to reveal his first VR viewer to the world ...
Steam geo-blocking Epic Games Launcher

Create a mosaic with your Steam games thanks to this site

Do you want a different view of your games on Steam? Are you tired of the usual, banal and sad list of titles on titles? Try a mosaic.

Mortal Kombat 11 - new Sub-Zero skin unveiled

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and NetherRealm Studios showed a custom skin for Sub-Zero on Mortal Kombat11 inspired by the international actor and DJ Dimitri Vegas.

Yuke's could produce a WWE SmackDown Here Comes remaster ...

Sixteen years after his debut, WWE SmackDown! Here Comes The Pain remains one of the most popular and fan favorite wrestling games, ...

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