Steam trading will require Steam Guard

Valve is fighting scammers? On December 12th, Steam Trading will require that your account has had Steam Guard enabled for at least 15 days before you can trade items. Anyone else exicted about winter sale? How about winter lottery on Steam Unpowered? :-)

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Crap Alert: Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD

Seriously, I advise you to avoid the crappiest game port I have ever seen. no graphical options (or any reasonable options at all) no RESOLUTION change options, no KEY BINDINGS, no other than 360 gamepads support (!) plus COMPLETLY REMOVED MULTIPLAYER and so on It’s on Unreal Engine 3 so basically you can edit out the options in INI files, but that’s not the fucking way you treat a customer.…

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Valve Confirms: No new product announcements at E3

Valve has confirmed to IGN that it will not be announcing any new projects at this year's E3. Previously, a great deal of speculation has surrounded the announcement of Half-Life 3, among other projects. The Half-Life franchise was last seen in 2007 with the release of Half-Life 2: Episode Two in The Orange Box. At the moment, Valve is working on Dota 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, both of which…

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Valve reveals mystery hardware project: wearable computing

“This morning, Valve Software set the world of gaming news abuzz by attempting to hire hardware engineers. Now, Valve developer (and well-known programmer) Michael Abrash has revealed what kind of hardware the company is prototyping: computer technology you can wear. It's certainly an important time to admit such a thing, considering how Google's Project Glass heads-up display generated so much interest last week, but Abrash cautions that you shouldn't expect…

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EA voted Worst Company in America For 2012

“Whether it's on a console, a PC, a smartphone or tablet, hundreds of millions of people play video games every day. Yet most mainstream media covers the industry the same way it treats adult dodge ball leagues and cat fashion shows (both noble ventures, but neither of them multi-billion dollar industries). And the only time you hear legislators discuss video games is when some politician decries them as the death…

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