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Steam User Reviews – The future of game development

On November 15th 2013 Steam users were given the ability to write their own opinions on their growing games libraries. At first, it just seemed to be yet another way for trolls to breed. But as the months progressed, Steam User Reviews opened a new door for the future of gaming. Not just for Steam’s...

WWE Network UK – What exactly do you get?

The WWE Network is now in the UK and can be enjoyed via your games console, PC, laptop, tablet or mobile. So, is it worth the cost and will live events also be available for UK subscribers? Let us breakdown EXACTLY what you’ll receive once you sign-up to the WWE Network: WWF/WWE Pay Per Views...

One vs All – Playing as the Monster in Evolve

After Turtle Rock handed Left 4 Dead over to Valve, (who now own the L4D IP) the developer needed a new idea that would still play to their multiplayer strengths. Evolve was born. A game that will perform at its peak when one player takes the role of its main antagonist – a dragon/demon that’s...

Should Steam Sell Non Free-To-Play Microtransaction games?

Steam began its life as an app to simply streamline patches to Counter Strike. Today, Steam is one of the biggest digital games platforms in the world, allowing both major and indie games developers to sell their games through the free Steam client. However what’s fairly new to Steam is the concept of...

Vampire The Masquerade – Bloodlines: One Of The PC’s Greatest RPG’s

I have a confession to make. I was late to the World of Darkness party. Critics had already stamped their verdict on Bloodlines and it must have completely slipped my radar back in 2004. However with the help of the Steam community, I managed to find time to dive into Vampire The Masquerade –...

INVICTUS Gaming Mousepad Review

Speed Link’s new gaming mousepad has been designed to give you comfort and accuracy for work and play. The INVICTUS Core Gaming Mousepad gives you the ability to flip between a more controlled, granular surface (for work) and a smooth, faster surface (for gaming). Speed Link may be on to something...

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