Tag Archives: Steam

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    Steam Loses Patience With The Argentine Economy

    According to Simon Kuznets, there are four types of countries: developed, underdeveloped, Japan, and Argentina. Well, it’s not that difficult to pin down the first three, but getting your head around Argentina’s economy still taxes the minds of most people, not least those of us that live in the country. A couple of years ago, […]

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    The Steam Summer Sale Is Here!

    Steam Discounts Up To 80% The Steam Summer sale has kicked off with some incredible discounts on your favourite games and software until July 9th. Here are some great examples that I’ve hand-picked. Software Action! is one of the best screen capture programs currently available and a total bargain at $10. Movavi Video Editor Plus […]

  • Free Game of The Week – Black Mesa

    A superlative remake of one of the most important games ever made. We should applaud an excellent work made for free by fans of the original game. A free game that lets you relive Half-Life without having to stomach outdated visuals. Essential to every gamer. Perhaps this should be called Free Game of The Decade, […]

  • Free Game of The Week – Floating Point

    Floating Point is a free, peaceful game about using a grappling hook to swing yourself gracefully through randomly generated spaces. In the air, you’re fighting gravity. When you splash down beneath the water, you’re fighting your own buoyancy to swing yourself further into the depths. The only objective is to collect points, and the only […]

  • Free Game of The Week – Team Fortress 2

    Team Fortress 2 The most fun you can have online… The most highly-rated free game of all time! New to TF? Don’t sweat it! One of the most popular online action games of all time, Team Fortress 2 delivers constant free updates—new game modes, maps, equipment and, most importantly, hats. Nine distinct classes provide a […]

  • How to use a game client

    All steamed up Sometimes known as digital content delivery platforms, game clients have evolved since Steam pioneered the concept in 2003. When the much anticipated Half Life 2 was launched in 2004, most gamers bought the game on DVD, rushed home to install it and found to their horror that not only would they have […]

  • A warning for ‘Steam’ account holders

    For the uninitiated; Steam is a games distribution platform, developed by Valve Corporation, which is very popular among the gaming fraternity. News recently hit the headlines that Steam Forums, the associated discussion board, had been hacked. Now, Valve CEO Gabe Newell has announced that the breach was more serious and in fact goes beyond the […]