On Christmas day, a ton of Steam users logged on to the platform and found other people’s personal information displayed. It has taken five days for Valve to to make a statement and we have seen many people more upset about the lag time than the effects of the attack. We've never been through something on that scale, but we are sure it is a massive pain in the side and urge everyone ot have a little bit of Christmas spirit toward Valve.
Over the last few days Steam, Valve, Gabe and the PCMR (PC MasterRace) has had a huge cultural overhaul due to the introduction to paid mods for Skyrim. Valve have turned around and released a statement and reversed their release. We're going to remove the payment feature from the Skyrim workshop. For anyone who spent money on a mod, we'll be refunding you the complete amount. We talked to the team at Bethesda and they agree
Valve's have announced their new Steam machines, designed in taking PC gaming into the living room and will cost as little as $460 (£302). The Steam Machines have been detailed on the Steam website, and shows multiple suppliers from Alienware, Asus, Gigabyte, Origin, Zotac and more (up to 15). Does Steam and their design of living room boxes appeal to the average gamer? Will this re-introduce living ro
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