Oxenfree now FREE on GOG!

Good Old Games is having another giveaway, this time it’s a nice indie game called Oxenfree. It’s a supernatural thriller about a group of friends who open a ghostly rift. Play as rebellious teenager who brings her new stepbrother Jonas to an overnight party on an old military island.

By | 2017-12-19T19:04:31+00:00 December 19th 19:04, 2017|Categories: Deals, Free, Games, Giveaways, GOG, News, Steam, Steam Alternatives|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Triple Free Weekend on Steam

Free Weekends on Steam are great! This time we have three games to try.

Homefront The Revolution

Homefront®: The Revolution is an open-world first person shooter where you must lead the Resistance movement in guerrilla warfare against a superior military force.

Download the game and play now – FOR FREE!

H1Z1

H1Z1 is a fast-paced, highly competitive, battle royale shooter. Parachute in and search for weapons, ammo, vehicles and supplies to stay alive. MAKE EVERY BODY COUNT.

Download the game and play now – FOR FREE!

Killing Floor 2

6-player co-op Zed-slaughtering mayhem. And now, 12-player Versus Survival mode, too – now you can BE the Zeds! The winter event is on in the game – Krampus Christmas.

Download the game and play now – FOR FREE!

Naturally all of those are currently on sale so if you like any of those games you should grab them now or wait until the big Steam winter sale that’s coming up real fast.

Electronic Arts removed the refund button from Origin

OK it’s been crazy today, Steam launched a lot of new currencies on their platform. GOG apologized for higher prices in Poland and promised to contact developers/publishers to change that (they are higher than Steam’s right now which isn’t quite nice considering GOG is a Polish store).

Anyway it’s been pretty loud on reddit today that EA Games had removed the refund button from their system and if you want to get a refund wait in line… for around an hour (that’s right) to even contact the support team. I don’t quite understand why would they do that but I guess it’s all about the $$$.

Looks like some games are even more expensive on Steam, for example in Israel. Also there was a funny bug on Steam for some guy, he got over $4 000 000 (!) in his Steam wallet after the update. It got fixed by Valve though.

Another thing is that selling Stream trading cards is somewhat broken, you see when you put it up on sale let’s say for $0.03 in USA Steam automatically converts the price to be 0.03zł (in Poland for example) which means it’s cheaper, anyway I’m sure they are going to do something about it because right now you earn less by selling cards in certain regions. At least that’s what I think is happening, not a trader myself.

Something interesting is finally happening, if there’s more I’ll let you know.

Source: reddit and the Internet basically

Watch out! New currencies coming to Steam tomorrow.

In case you didn’t know Steam is introducing a lot of new currencies to the store worldwide, including Polish Złoty. If you have any money in your Steam Wallet and it happens to be in Euros €€€ then you might get fucked. You see, they have sent an e-mail about it recently and Steam is going to convert the cash you have to your local currency.

Why are you out of luck? If they convert it on their own currency exchange rates (which is 3.59zł for €0.99 instead of 4.18zł) you will loose some money.

Here’s a quick example:

If you have charged your Steam wallet with let’s say €25 you paid around 105 Polish Złoty for it. Now if they convert it with their exchange rate you’re going to have around 90 Polish Złoty. If not you’re all good. But if they do… you’re going to loose around 15zł, if you can spend that Steam Wallet funds on something do it now I guess, but it all depends on the price of games.

Valve is going to leave the new exchange rate as a suggestion for game publishers/developers but if they’re going to even the prices to western Europe you’re mostly out of luck. If this happens this really sucks. More info about coming changes here and here.

Giveaway: Sunday Game Keys

Yo guys! Here’s another giveaway. No Facebook likes, shares or other bullshit. Straight up Steam keys! Check below, whoever grabs them first gets the game.

Here we go!

DreadOut: Keepers of The Dark + Soundtrack & Manga DLC
I8KMN-35GH2-XC8TV and IAZX9-N8A32-HWG8V

Lakeview Cabin Collection
GNRT2-GW2F9-MDGNG

The Flame in the Flood
CWJB4-2073Y-MRKG6

Infested Planet – Trickster’s Arsenal DLC
CNDDK-GQ7T4-T0QGP

Human: Fall Flat
DRK6L-M5JEL-WW3H0

By | 2017-11-12T13:00:16+00:00 November 12th 13:00, 2017|Categories: Entertainment, Free, Games, Giveaways, News, Steam, Steam Alternatives|Tags: , , , |3 Comments

Steam sales incoming, new currencies almost here!

Steam is having 3 major sales soon, check out the list below!

Steam sales:

  • Halloween Sale starts on October 26th and ends on November 1st
  • Black Friday Sale starts on November 22nd and ends on November 28th
  • Winter Sale starts on December 21st and ends on January 4th 2018

Along with those they will gradually introduce new currencies and regional pricing.

Call of Duty: WWII Open Beta now up!

You can now try out the latest Call of Duty game. This time the series is back to World War II. I didn’t like it that much but it’s still worth giving it a shot. Single player campaign should be good. Download and play now!

More screenshots here:

By | 2017-09-28T22:22:34+00:00 September 28th 22:22, 2017|Categories: Entertainment, Games, News, Steam|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

New currencies coming to the Steam store

I know this is rather old news but I don’t have much time to post here. I can’t believe this is finally happening… after 9 fucking years (!) Steam introduces more currencies to the Steam store. Details below!

This is an e-mail to all Steamworks developers from Valve Software – New currencies to expect on Steam:

“Pricing should be entered as soon as possible, with display of these new currencies scheduled to go live in time for our 2017 Autumn and Winter Sales. To enter pricing, sign in to the Steamworks Developer Site and select Pricing from the Apps & Packages drop-down. You will see green-colored recommendations filled in for new currencies, based on your selected USD base price. These recommended prices can be accepted or adjusted at your discretion. As a reminder, if you do not have pricing entered for a country after a local currency is set live on the Steam storefront, your game will be unavailable for sale in that country.”

“We have also updated our recommended pricing matrix for new and existing currencies. Our goal is to update these recommendations annually, so as to better help developers succeed in markets worldwide. Pricing decisions on Steam are entirely in the hands of you the developer, and we encourage you to always do what’s best for your players. You can find more information and suggested best practices in the Steamworks Pricing Documentation.”

“*PLN pricing is specific to Poland, but as always any game licenses purchased within an EEA country (either directly or as a gift) can be redeemed by any user within the EEA.”

“0,99 euro – 3,59 zł
1,99 euro – 7,19 zł
2,99 euro – 10,99 zł
3,99 euro – 14,49 zł
4,99 euro – 17,99 zł
5,99 euro – 21,99 zł
6,99 euro – 25,49 zł
7,99 euro – 28,99 zł
8,99 euro – 32,99 zł
9,99 euro – 35,99 zł
14,99 euro – 53,99 zł
19,99 euro – 71,99 zł
22,99 euro – 89,99 zł
27,99 euro – 107,99 zł”

Which means Poland is no longer getting fucked on Steam.