To say that some people are “upset” about Steam’s recent decision to allow users to charge for mods would be like saying that the ocean is “wet” or that Konami is “clueless.” So when Gabe Newell went on Reddit to talk about it, things got a little... heated.
If the first part of Broken Age was a game about family, then its follow-up is a game about what happens when you find out that your childhood belief systems don’t work in the adult world.
Kerbal Space Program, one of the best-loved Early Access games ever, is officially “complete.” The wacky spacecraft construction sim just hit version 1.0, bringing with it a complete flight model overhaul, a heating simulation, and resource mining, among other things. It’s the game’s biggest update to date, apparently.
Remember when Codemasters pissed off fans with a “new” Colin McRae Rally racing game? Well, it seems like they’re making up for it in a big way with DiRT Rally, a rally racer that looks excellent and, according to early reports, plays nicely too. It’s still in Early Access, but it’s come roaring out the gate.
The newest teaser for Batman: Arkham Knight makes one thing clear: The Dark Knight won’t be going solo this time.
I know what you’re thinking. “I completely missed Pony World 2!” Hopefully the first five minutes of the threequel can get you up to speed.
It’s official: the next Call of Duty is out on November 6. Watch the debut trailer—set to the dulcet sounds of The Rolling Stones—right here:
Not satisfied with the short trips taken to Grand Theft Auto V’s version of North Dakota during story mode, PC modders have created a way to make every day a North Yankton day.
Fun fact: drivers in GTA are kind of awful. Creative players have decided to use GTA’s poor driving AI for amusement, resulting in a special type of mini-game that’s very entertaining to watch.
Skyrim modder Chesko didn’t have express permission to use an animation system from another modder in his paid Steam Workshop mod, but he did it anyway. Then he removed it because the other modder got upset. End of story? Hardly. That was just the beginning.
Since Valve enabled users to charge money for mods on Steam, people have uploaded all sorts of wild things onto the Steam Workshop. Some are serious. Some are jokes. And some are actively taking a jab at Valve for having the ‘gall’ to do something like this.
Valve has kicked off a new service on Steam Workshop that allows people to sell their mods. It only started yesterday. And today, things are already getting messy.
Holy shit, Cassie Cage.
Today, Valve changed the mod-making game bigtime: creators can now charge for modifications to pre-existing games on Steam Workshop. Some people are hopeful, others are worried—and even infuriated.
No-nonsense bans for players who are repeatedly racist, sexist, or bullies? Sounds like a pretty fair deal, but a number of Killing Floor 2 fans see the game’s strict policy as a step too far. Some are refusing to play the game altogether.
Do you hear that? It’s the sound of the Five Nights at Freddy hype train revving up once more. Here we go again!
Final Fantasy IV: The After Years, the direct sequel to FFIV, will come to Steam on May 12, Square Enix announced today. This’ll be a 3D remake in the style of the FFIV port that’s also on Steam (and on DS). Too bad it’s terrible.
Generally speaking, PC game mods are free. Steam, however, just added an option to let creators charge for them. This is pretty huge.
For the past few weeks, you’ve probably seen a non-stop deluge of trailers for the upcoming Mad Max movie, which comes out next month. Now it’s time to get a real look at the game, too.