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Steam Now Has 75 Million Active Users

Steam has been growing for many years, and—with the looming launch of the Steam Machines—the popular video game downloading service has reached a milestone; the site now has 75 Million active users. In addition, Andrea Castellano of Gameranx reported that Steam’s growth in the past three months has been at the figure of 10 Million—a […]Read More


‘Daylight’ Promises Spontaneous Horror For Indie Gamers

In the horror genre—regardless of the medium through which the story is told—the line “is anyone there?!” seldom bodes well for the protagonist. Such was the opening line in the trailer for Daylight— an upcoming indie horror, dungeon-crawler title for the Playstation 4 and PC. Evan Narcisse of Kotaku reported that it is “going to […]Read More


‘Slender: The Arrival’ coming to Steam next week

The game from the folks that started the whole Slender Man game craze, Slender: The Arrival, is finally making it to Steam just in time for Halloween. The Arrival will hit the digital storefront October 28th. Originally released in March, The Arrival builds on the original demo Slender: The Eight Pages which spread like wildfire midway through last year. Expanding on the […]Read More


Vlambeer’s ‘Nuclear Throne’ hits Steam Early Access

Vlambeer have been one of the must successful indie developers from starting out free with Super Crate Box to winning awards with their iOS title Ridiculous Fishing. Now they have a new title on their hands that you can play right now on Steam Early Access with Nuclear Throne. Originally titled Wasteland Kings, Nuclear Throne […]Read More


The Not On Steam sale is exactly what you think it is

Steam really is a bastion of amazing proportions. With its many sales and pro-consumer focus, Valve really has changed the landscape of gaming as a whole. But that doesn’t mean it’s perfect. And it shouldn’t be your only source for great indie games. Started by Flippfly, the studio behind the very cool Race the Sun, the […]Read More