On consoles, there are only three major platforms which distribute digital games. You don't have to pick and choose which service you want to buy a particular experience on, aside from the console which offers the best visuals and performance.
Steam is an incredibly popular platform from Valve and accounts for the majority of PC games sales. According to a report by Eurogamer, the company is is revising its revenue share tiers so developers can keep more of the profits.
Today, Call of Cthulhu released, a brand new adventure game that creates its own take on H. P. Lovecraft's famous short story of the same name. Filled with mystery and frightening moments, it's a solid game held back only by polish issues.
Steel Division: Normandy 44 was a fairly popular real-time strategy game on PC, and its success has led to the development of a sequel called Steel Division 2. In it, we play as either the USSR or German superpowers as they go to war in World War 2.
Since THQ Nordic and Microsoft brought several Xbox/Windows 10 Store exclusives to Steam, it can be argued that more games should be transferred to Valve's service as well. Here are the pros and cons of that possibility.
Today, Microsoft announced that it has partnered with THQ Nordic to bring a few Microsoft exclusives to Steam. Beforehand, the titles were only available on the Windows 10 Store which limited their commercial appeal.
Valve still holds an iron grip on the PC game market with its Steam platform, but CD Projekt is working hard to develop GOG Galaxy into a worthy competitor. Here's a look at the strengths and weaknesses of both platforms.
The Rise of the Republic expansion for Total War: Rome II is set directly prior to the base game's campaign. In it, you must lead the first Romans to victory through a bloody, brutal war between multiple factions in Italy.
For years, the team behind Fallout: New California, a massive mod for Fallout: New Vegas, has been slowly developing the experience. It's set to release in 2018, so we sat down with the project founder in order to get more information.
Last year's hit Japanese role-playing game Yakuza 0 has finally made its way to the PC platform. Offering both a great story and a wealth of content, Yakuza 0 will keep your hands glued to your mouse and keyboard for days.