Superflight is a simple game about a complicated action—wingsuit flight. You score points for almost touching obstacles. If you touch anything, it’s game over. The playground mountain levels are procedurally assembled. It’s beautiful and endlessly entertaining. I made a video about it. You can watch it here in this…
Eleven-year-old Titan Quest just got a new expansion pack. Titan Quest Ragnarok, available now on Steam for $14.99, is a Norse-themed expansion for last year’s anniversary edition of the classic action RPG, adding a new story chapter, the Runemaster mastery class, weapons, items and more.
Getting Over It’s Steam description is brief. “A game I made for a certain kind of person,” it reads. “To hurt them.” Having watched multiple streamers howl in despair and rage-quit right at the end of it, I think it’s safe to declare the game an unmitigated success.
Decksplash, the game whose future was riding on its ability to get 100,000 players during a free week, has been canceled. In the end, it managed to kickflip (and also paint, I guess?) its way past the halfway point, but still fell short. Despite disappointment, the Decksplash team is happy they tried. “Should we have…
Available on Steam and mobile and coming to the Switch tomorrow and PS4 next week, Cat Quest is a charming little action role-playing game. Quest to save your catnapped sister from an evil overlord, or just wander the world killing monsters, casting spells and gathering loot. Either way, it’s a lot of fun.
Injustice 2 comes to PC on November 14 via Steam and the Windows store. Players eager to see how the superhero battles handle on PC hardware can download and play the open beta on Steam right now.
If at any given moment you visit the Steam store’s front page, there’s a strong chance you’ll get an eyeful of exposed skin from some lewd adventure or action game’s listing. Steam doesn’t allow pornographic games, but in the Steam Direct era, they keep appearing on Valve’s service anyway—until they’re taken down,…
“Doc, I’ll give you $100 if you hit this shot,” ex-CSGO pro and popular PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds streamer Shroud said to fellow PUBG streaming superstar and mustache-with-a-soul Dr Disrespect. “Headshot,” Shroud added. “Has to be a headshot.”
Wolfenstein. Assassin’s Creed. Call of Duty. The biggest names in the video game business are being unleashed upon a highly suspecting populace, and Steam’s sales charts reflect that. With one exception.
Allow me to posit for you a hypothetical scenario: you’ve just come into a large sum of money, perhaps because a wealthy relative passed away, or maybe because there was a great societal upheaval, and you ate a rich person. Regardless, you can afford to splurge a little. Here are some options.
The cutest Final Fantasy adventure ever comes to Steam on November 21. World of Final Fantasy hits PC with all the bonus creatures from the PS4 version, plus keyboard and mouse support. Folks who purchase the $39.99 game prior to November 28 get a mini-soundtrack and wallpaper. Oooo.
If you haven’t picked up a Steam Link for your PC yet, Amazon has them for just $15 right now. That’s an all-time low, and a steal if you want to enjoy PC games on your TV without, you know, putting your computer next to your TV.
Surgeon Simulator developer Bossa describes the upcoming free week for its new game, Decksplash, as a “first of its kind” experiment. If 100,000 people play it during that timespan, the studio says it will release the Splatoon-but-with-skateboards competitive game into Early Access. And if not? It gets the axe.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is, without a doubt, the breakout hit of the year. It’s sold more than 15 million copies and is the most popular game on Steam by a country mile (full of people trying to kill each other). All this, and it’s still in Early Access. You’d think it has a bright future ahead of it, but a…
Back when the feature first launched, Steam curation was supposed to be a guiding light through winding caverns of crap. Flash forward a few years, though, and curators are less relevant than ever. With a new update, Valve hopes to change that.
High Hell is by no means the longest game ever, but it can be really, really short if you want it to be.
The final update for Gearbox’s failed hero shooter Battleborn arrived last week, tweaking game mechanics slightly, fixing a few bugs and adding some new skins and taunts before closing the door on continued development. It did not have a good run.
Behold the marvelous science of alchemy, in which a modest molecule of lead, through careful programming of the transmutation engine, can be transformed into shimmering gold. All this and more is possible in Opus Magnum, a most elegant mechanical puzzle game from the maker of SpaceChem.
After over a year’s wait, the Pyro is getting a new set of tools.
In Putty Pals, out today for $9.99 on the Switch eShop, a pair of blobs jump, glide, swing and bounce off each other in order to make a treacherous journey home. It’s a clever, lighthearted platformer built for co-op play. If you’re looking for something to play with a friend, it’s an excellent choice.