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Steam just added a widget that helps shed light on why the store is showing you particular games.

Steam just added a widget that helps shed light on why the store is showing you particular games. It’s not crazy in-depth or anything, but it does demystify the processes underlying Steam’s increasingly important algorithm a little bit. Check out Valve’s full post for the reasoning behind this addition.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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What All of Your Computer’s Specs Really Mean

Computer specs can be a baffling mix of acronyms and numbers at the best of times, but it’s worth learning something about them: It’ll help you choose a new computer, troubleshoot your old computer, and generally understand more about the relationship between the specs on the page and the experience you’re getting.Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Civilization VI Offers Free Stuff Because Of Currency Rip-Offs

I have seen many reasons given by major publishers for the distribution of free content, but international currency discrepancies is a new one. Yet that’s what is happening with Civilization VI, with 2K announcing a whole range of new stuff that’s going to be given away free to owners of the game’s Digital Deluxe…Read more… […]

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18 Years Later, Germany Gets An Uncensored Version Of Half-Life

The Half-Life that was released in Germany in 1998 was a little different. Instead of marines there were robots, and instead of dying horribly the scientists would just kind of sit down and be sad. Well chin up lads, in 2017 Germany’s Half-Life is now as human and violent as everyone else’s.Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Battlegrounds Will Add Loot Crates And Skins, But Not Until After Early Access

With over two million copies sold, I think it’s fair to say that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is doing alright, money-wise. The developers hopefully will not starve. They do, however, have plans to make more money off the game in the future. But not until it’s “done.”Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Only the Best-Reviewed Steam Games Made the Cut For Humble’s Latest Bundle

Humble’s Very Positive Bundle is built around one core concept, and it’s a good one: Positive user reviews on Steam. All eight games here boast at least 88% positive ratings from players, so there isn’t a stinker in the bunch, even if you may not have heard of every title.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Valve Wants To Be More Transparent About How Busy Steam Customer Support Is

For years, Valve has faced heavy criticism over lackluster customer service efforts. On the upside, they’ve confessed that they need to improve, and things are definitely better than they were in Peak Badness Year 2015. But there’s still a long way to go. The next step? Making customer support data public.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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In their first post game community update, Playtonic Games has announced some “spit ‘n polish” is co

In their first post game community update, Playtonic Games has announced some “spit ‘n polish” is coming to Yooka-Laylee. Skippable text and cutscenes will pick up the pace and fixes to the camera should prevent players from watching the colorful animal duo fall to their deaths over and over and over and over…Read more… Continue […]

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