Some may be put off by the idea of purchasing a mod, but anyone who takes the plunge will be surprised by just how well Aperture Tag plays out.
Another week, another new beta to get into on Steam. This new one is a bit more interesting than Family Settings however. Valve has announced Steam Music, an integrated music player that will play your tunes in and out of games launched by the client. As of now, the feature will import your album art, […]
Today Valve made their second out of three planned announcements for this week. First they revealed the SteamOS, and the most recent announcement was that they will be releasing many systems designed specifically for their new OS. Valve started creeping into our living rooms earlier this year with Big Picture, a special display mode that enables […]
Valve has announced SteamOS, a Linux-based operating system designed for living room based PCs. SteamOS will be as hackable and customizable as other versions of Linux, and Valve is encouraging users to create customizations based on their gameplay preferences, much like Steam Workshop allows for mods. In the announcement, Steam also confirmed the long rumored […]
Steam has announced their latest experiment, and it’s a long awaited feature. Soon, users of Steam will be able to share their game libraries with the accounts of up to ten friends and families. The only restriction is that each Steam library can only be used on one device at a time, meaning that you […]
In the epic season one finale of Broke and Bored we decided to take things out with a bang! David and Dustin are joined by Jake and Josh in an attempt to drunkenly defend some Ancients in Dota 2!
Since the launch of the DOTA 2 beta shortly after the International at Gamescom in 2011, I believe I have devoted more time into this game than I have into all other games combined. Since the past two years have yielded some other incredible games (Tomb Raider, The Last of Us, Monaco, Gunpoint just to […]
The past year or so has been an interesting one for gamers hooked into the personal computer’s most popular marketplace, Steam. In August of last year, Valve launched Greenlight, a service which aims to give publishing power to the people when it comes to unproven developers. In December of that year, Steam launched Big Picture […]
Steam is at the forefront of online videogame distribution and is irrefutably the best due to its ease of use, great pricing, crazy offers, even crazier sale periods and free weekend trials, but it can be the demise of your disposable income. Over the last year I have purchased somewhere between 80 and 90 games […]