The next, long-awaited entry in the Soul Calibur franchise is on its way. Soul Calibur VI is scheduled to land on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in 2018, Bandai Namco announced tonight during The Game Awards. The new fighting game is all about that f… Engadget RSS Feed
Steam is no longer accepting bitcoin as a payment method, game company and distributor Valve announced today. The company is attributing its decision to cryptocurrency’s “high fees and volatility.” In a blog post, Valve explained that bitcoin transaction fees have gone up to nearly $ 20 per transaction last week, “compared to roughly $ 0.20 when we initially enabled Bitcoin.” Those fees then have to be shouldered by gamers making purchases on Steam, and the total cost to consumers could be even higher if the value of bitcoin dips in the meantime.
Even if the value of bitcoin were to go up while the user completes the transaction, and Steam has to refund the difference to the user, the transaction fee must be paid by the user again for the…
It's time for Steam's annual Autumn Sale — and as is often the case, there are deals on major games you might have missed earlier in the year. Most notably, the promo (which runs until November 28th) cuts the price of the relatively fresh Middle-ea… Engadget RSS Feed
Valve has known that its platform Steam, the biggest marketplace for PC titles, has had a review problem for years. Groups of users abuse a game's rating by 'review bombing' them, propping up negative feedback with far more 'this was helpful' votes t… Engadget RSS Feed
The small team of artists from Poland’s Pigmentum Games has been toiling away for two years in an effort to create an interactive portrait of depression. The result is Indygo, an atmospheric point-and-click story. The game was recently released on Steam, published by fellow Polish company Fat Dog Games.
Indygo’s narrative follows an artist called Thomas Perry as he contends with crippling depression. You take control of the man across the months he spends holed up in his cramped studio, uncovering his story through his written correspondence with the likes of his girlfriend-cum-carer and concerned doctor.