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Half-Life episode 3: the plot online!

14 years from Half-Life 2, and we are all every day, looking at the screen hoping that 3 finally comes to light. By now we lose hope with each passing day, but Marc Laidlaw, ...

Valve and Dota 2, new Artifact coming title

Every time Valve makes an announcement, people hope there is a 3 in the title (preceded, followed, intercepted by Half-Life), but for today we should only be content with Artifact, spin-off of ...
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Half-Life: 19 new patch years later ... clues to the third chapter?

The first Half-Life received a small update. The patch was made available on Steam a few hours ago and fixed some issues (small and large) reported largely by community members ...
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"Mods are paid," Valve's words

Let's go with order. In April in the 2015, the Steam Workshop was preparing to give the users / creators permission to sell their mods. A step absolutely ahead of the times, bold, but at the same time risked ...

Steam Greenlight will be discharged

As announced on the Steam Community, Valve has decided to suspend the Greenlight service, specifying, however, that "it will not be eliminated because it is useless, but because it is evolving". Just so the system will be replaced ...
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Antitrust Investigations: Steam In Trouble

Steam and more. The Antitrust Commission is in fact examining the bilateral agreements concluded between Valve Corporation and five PC video game manufacturers, Namco Bandai, Capcom, Focus Home, Koch Media and ZeniMax. Finally the European Union ...

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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