Lead designer Nels Anderson explains why the studio is giving the Criterion treatment to its celebrated stealth game. A new level, more items, and roughly 15,000 words of behind-the-scenes commentary.
Mac version is en route, and it might make an appearance on Vita.
Nothing happens in Proteus. Everything happens in Proteus. Co-designer Ed Key on the development of his trippy island experience, the world's response, and the language we use to talk about games.
Everything's going to get really weird on January 31.
La-Mulana, DLC Quest and other notables included on the list.
Really not sure how I feel about relevant news coming out of CES.
Possibly the first in many steps towards the infamous Steam Box.
After a long-fought campaign, our national nightmare is finally over.
Lead designer Nels Anderson walks us through Mark of the Ninja's pitch video, some early prototypes, and the frustrating path to a finished game.
An updated Shocktober 2012 list with impressions, alongside your regular dosage of games you should play, stories you should read, and much more.
This week's edition is coming in hot on Friday night, with plenty of stories, videos, and games to indulge with, including a passionate defense of Nights.
Buzzed about Xbox Live Arcade stealth game is on the way to Steam.
Black Mesa, McPixel, Project Zomboid, and others earn a spot on Steam.
The big step towards making the PC experience in the living room way better.
If you're suffering from a bout of PAX flu, here's a pile of games, stories, trailers, and other nonsense to keep you busy this weekend. Who doesn't wanna fly in space?
Some of the developers behind McPixel, Super Meat Boy, I Wanna Be the Guy, Antichamber, Proteus, and AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA discuss Valve's controversial decision, and what it means for the future of the service.
Smaller developers have a chance at rallying fans for a spot on Steam.
Unclear if changes will hold up to legal scrutiny, but Valve's joined the club.
Phil Fish isn't giving interviews, but at a recent conference, the designer talks about Fez's bumpy release, the troubles of stardom, his public disagreements with business partners, and more.
Left 4 Dead 2 has already been ported, as Linux efforts get off the ground.
The huge rush means you'll have trouble buying anything yet, though.
The Valve bigwigs are crowd sourcing their own approvals process, letting players vote for new indie titles.
Valve PR pointman Doug Lombardi shoots down earlier rumors of Valve's plans to get into the console business.
Yo, weekend! Here's more games you should play, more stories you should read, and maybe even free stuff. Also, there's a crackling fire. I'm not kidding.
The ability to buy games on Steam will now follow you wherever you go. You cannot escape.
Just to be safe, you might want to change your password.
If you've been looking for a reason to go back to Psychonauts, now's a good time.
Botched launch not unlike what might happen during a real zombie apocalypse. Chaos!
Automatic updates, Steam achievements and more coming to the military sequel.
Gabe Newell calls the situation a "a whole complicated set of issues."
The next Elder Scrolls epic will deeply integrate with Steam.
New bartering system is almost assuredly the first step toward launching a reality show, where middle-aged overweight men haggle for the contents of abandoned Steam accounts.
Unless Steam changes its policies, EA says the game will be a no-show.
Valve remains quiet about its strained relationship with Electronic Arts.
Half of Team Meat and two former collaborators are working on something...different.
No word on when (or if) Crysis 2 will return to Steam. And what about Battlefield 3?
Are you confused? We're confused.
EA claims Crysis 2 was taken down because the business terms on Steam have changed.
"Free" games come to Steam, as Valve expands the platform.
An issue with Steam is causing users to download the whole game over again.
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