Who knows if anything actually happens, but Patrick is freaking out.
La-Mulana, DLC Quest and other notables included on the list.
Possibly the first in many steps towards the infamous Steam Box.
Wearable computing is a ways off, but something else might not be.
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.
It's still unclear when (or if) Valve will do anything with its internal creations.
While we're all being idiots at PAX, here's a truncated selection of games, stories, and other madness to occupy your weekend.
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.
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.
The two publishers come to a mutually beneficial agreement that allows all of the DOTAs to come out as scheduled.
New DLC lets players design their own Portal 2 puzzles.
Valve PR pointman Doug Lombardi shoots down earlier rumors of Valve's plans to get into the console business.
A long expected clash between Blizzard and Valve is finally happening.
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.
It's still free, too!
Plans for an extended, private beta scrapped in favor of transparency.
Valve targeting mid-September for its free (free!) downloadable content.
Gabe Newell calls the situation a "a whole complicated set of issues."
The next Elder Scrolls epic will deeply integrate with Steam.
Customs will probably have an issue with a suitcase full of money.
What 'soon' means to Valve, however, remains to be seen.
More like Team Free-tress 2! Right? Am I right? Yeah, high five! C'mon! Don't leave me hangin, bro!
It's not Call of Duty numbers, but for a mind bending puzzler? Thumbs up.
No word on when (or if) Crysis 2 will return to Steam. And what about Battlefield 3?
And yet, hope springs eternal. Because gamers, and Half-Life fans, are irrational beings.
Wabash College professor Michael Abbott gambled on teaching Portal in a classroom.
I wonder what that means.
I own a Mac.
Retconning your ending before even putting out a sequel is pretty wild, if you ask me.
Defense of the Ancients maintainer IceFrog is now on the payroll at the maker of Half-Life.
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