It's that time of year again: Steam's annual Summer Sale is now live with an absolute truckload of game discounts in tow. Along with the price cuts on PC games across the store, Steam is also running a racing-themed event.
American Fugitive for PC is a decent homage to old school, top-down Grand Theft Auto games, but it lacks the mechanical precision, writing, and side content needed to stick the landing. Here's our full review.
We've known for quite some time now that Valve has been making its own virtual reality (VR) headset. According to some reports, the team was working on its own device since before the Oculus Rift took off. Valve has also been testing controllers.
Steam has had the same interface for quite some time now, but it looks like Valve finally realized that users demanded more. At GDC 2019, the company announced that Steam was getting a visual overhaul which makes it easier to manage your content.
One Piece is a very popular series, so the idea of One Piece World Seeker, an open-world game based on the franchise, was tantalizing. Unfortunately, the game is OK at best and terrible at worst, despite its strong story.
Steam is facing a lot of competition from numerous fronts these days, and it looks like Valve decided to change its policies when it comes to making development on its platform better for multiplayer games.
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.