Valve’s Steam controller is selling badly

According to the latest data, Valve has sold around 500 000 Steam controllers which isn't exactly the best number. They have been officially selling the controller since November 2015. It's been over half a year and what's even worse the number also includes all of the controllers sold with Steam Machines (all of them have at least one controller bundled). It appears that Valve's hardware isn't popular at all and…

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GamersGate: Bethesda and Borderlands 2 fails explained

Here’s the latest update from GamersGate about the whole Bethesda Complete and Borderlands 2 fourpack holiday fail – in case you missed it, they put up those two for a really low price during the holiday sale and then their servers crashed. Dear Members,   Over the holidays we had a few problems with our site that affected some of you who bought or tried to buy the Bethesda New…

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Mass Effect 3 Protesters Sending Cupcakes to Bioware

At first, fans disappointed with ending of Mass Effect 3 tried to rally supporters to their cause by raising money for the charity Child’s Play, which helps get entertainment to sick kids in hospitals. But last week, Retake Mass Effect and Child’s Play parted ways, with the charity becoming concerned that their platform was becoming associated with a cause other than their own. Without that option, fans started to get…

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UPDATE: EA faces lawsuit for breaking PS3 Battlefield promise

EA is being taken to court for failing to keep its promise that the PlayStation 3 version of Battlefield 3 would include a free copy of Battlefield 1943. As reported by Kotaku, US law firm Edelson McGuire filed a class action suit against EA today on behalf of disgruntled PS3 owners. The suit isn't focusing on the fact that EA went back on its promise, but that it was announced…

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Red Alert 3 unplayable online on Steam

Those who bought Red Alert 3 during Steam's holiday sale are finding themselves with a partially useless game purchased at a fairly low price. Steam users report that the downloaded copies of Red Alert 3 don't include serial numbers, which the game requires for online play. A similar issue occurred recently through Steam with the digital sale of Spore. That problem seems to have been resolved, and at least one…

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Modern Warfare 2: You will lose your game!

Yes, most of you will lose it if you bought the game in other place than Steam or authorized retail stores. So if you bought your Modern Warfare 2 key of OnlineKeyStore or something similar (maybe G2Play?) you will lose your game from the Steam games list and you will never get it back!   Here’s a link to Steam Powered forums: http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1031758   And here’s BurtonJ’s response: Update: Here's…

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Steam: Modern Warfare 2 buyers upset over wait

Some eager Steam pre-purchasers were surprised to find their digital copy of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 would not be unlocked through Valve's online service until 2 days after the release of the retail version. Many forum members are in an uproar over pre-ordering the title without being completely aware of the different release date that was clearly advertised. "What the... 2 DAYS??? Why the heck did I buy…

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South Africa: Modern Warfare 2 fails once more

I just got word from a member (GhOst) of an online community that I'm part of. He just returned from a local retailer here in South Africa, BTGames, where COD MW2 was released at 00:00 tonight – about 1h 30 minutes ago – with his brand spanking new legit copy of the game he pre-ordered @ ~$60 and whatnot in hand he rushed home. Some nice shots of the retail…

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Modern Warfare 2: Retail DVDs broken!

For those of you who are PC gamers, you should wait on buying Modern Warfare 2 from the retailers, if at all. The PC version comes with 2 discs but it seems that only the actual game is working and not the extra content on the second DVD. The first DVD/Disc is about 6.9 GB which seems to be the standard size for games that are coming out now. Unfortunately…

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Online Retailers Refusing To Sell Modern Warfare 2

Kotaku just posted that Direct2Drive won't be selling Modern Warfare 2 on their PC digital delivery service. Why? Because of rival platform - Steam. The game includes mandatory installation of Valve's Steamworks, which the game uses for stuff like installation, DRM and save-game management. Something Direct2Drive (which is owned by website IGN) are having none of, telling: We don't believe games should force the user to install a Trojan Horse.…

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