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New Half-Life between 5 years? UPDATE: The news was a fake

For all those who have never stopped waiting for a new chapter of Half-Life, there still seems to be hope! Gabe Newell is responding to a large number of recent emails, and has virtually confirmed ...
Steam geo-blocking 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 ...

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.

Richard Garfield fired by Valve, problems for Artifact

A few days ago Valve announced the dismissal of about thirteen people. As a result, rumors began to circulate about who the layoffs were and where they worked and the common opinion was that Valve was downsizing ...
Metro Exodus

Metro Exodus will be an exclusive of the Epic Games Store

The news came as a bomb: the highly anticipated Metro Exodus, coming February 15, will be an exclusive to Epic Games Store, at least for digital sales. Deep Silver announced it, citing ...
Firewatch

Firewatch arrives on Switch

Just last month it was announced that Firewatch would be released on Nintendo Switch. Not much time has passed, but the title already has an eShop release date. In fact, the independent graphic adventure will arrive on ...

Valve is about to finally launch Steam in China

Valve and the Chinese publishing house Perfect World have signed an agreement with the Shanghai government in preparation for the official launch of Steam in China. Steam has been available in China for a while ...

Artifact, the public beta has been postponed

Valve was supposed to release an open beta for his Dota-themed card game, Artifact, later this month but now it looks like fans will have to wait until November 19 ....

Rare - the logo is nothing but a gold roll

Despite being purchased in the far 2002 by Microsoft, Rare remains one of the most important and loved developers in the Nintendo scene to date ...

Bernie Sanders has opened a channel on Twitch

Ah, but it's not Lercio. Once again, reality succeeds in overcoming all kinds of expectations. Bernie Sanders, US Senator and ...

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