miniLAW: Ministry of Law’s cyberpunk aesthetic of pay phones, pagers, robotic-suited cops, along with the underpinnings of a totalistic police system make it an intriguing game.
When Darkest Dungeon first launched on Steam Early Access in February 2015, it was almost universally beloved. A unique, polished, fleshed-out experience on Early Access? It was practically unheard of. So it was all happily ever after from there, right? Hardly.
DRM-free gaming service GOG is introducing its own take on Early Access. Thanks to things like strict curation, a version rollback feature, and generous refunds, I’m super into it. I hope Valve is taking notes.
Jäsøn is an episodic movie series that just popped up on Steam. Or at least, it claims to be. It’s in Early Access, which for now means words on digital paper. For sale. For actual money.
Steam Early Access might be a drag sometimes, but it isn't always. Here's Eurogamer with a list of ten Early Access games that are delivering on what they promised. Which ones have you played?
Steam user reviews are, on a lot of occasions, hot garbage. That hasn't stopped Valve from trying to separate the wheat from the chaff (or the wheat and chaff from Farming Simulator meme jokes, as it were), though. The latest step? The introduction of a "pre-release" review badge, mostly for Evolve. OK, at this point…
Under The Ocean spent more than a year on Steam Early Access, but—despite steady progress and a relatively fun experience—the survival game's creator yanked it from Valve's service. His reasoning? He's not sure if he can deliver on his promises anymore, and he wants to make sure he's not being dishonest with players.
Let me tell you a little story about my adventure trying to stay alive in The Forest, a fantastic new open world survival game that is currently the top-selling game on Steam.
Star-spanning strategy game Planetary Annihilation isn't really "out" yet, since it's still part of Steam's Early Access program. Not that this has stopped a boxed, physical copy of the game turning up for sale.
We've told you a lot about The Stomping Land, the great survival game that looks like a cross between DayZ and Jurassic Park. But now, with this new trailer, you can see a lot of the stuff we've written about before in action.
Shades of Theme Hospital in the newest game from Double Fine, Spacebase DF-9, which tasks you with running your very own space station and trying to prevent everyone from dying.
GODUS is coming September 13. The spiritual successor to Populous from Peter Molyneux's 22cans is getting a beta release through Steam Early Access on September 13. The game will be available for $19.99 on PC and Mac. Here's a trailer to help explain how excited you should be about this.
Valve has just launched Steam Early Access, a new program designed to let Steam users play games while they're still in development.