Warcraft III gets a widescreen update! Remastered version incoming?

Blizzard is finally taking care of Warcraft III - they've added lots of balance fixes to the game and native widescreen support. The same thing happened when StarCraft Remastered was announced... so Warcraft III Remastered confirmed? Added a screenshot below from the test version, considering it's a 2002 game, it doesn't look that bad in 2018 :D

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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…

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Steam update adds library management options and Xbox controller configuration

Two weeks ago Valve released a beta update to the Steam client. They've added configuration support for Xbox 360 and Xbox One controllers, along with any generic controllers as well. That feature is now available to everyone! PlayStation 4 controllers support has been added last month. From now on you can connect and use virtually any console gamepad with Steam. "Note that because X-Input currently lacks per-controller means of unique identification, all…

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Steam Store: Discovery Update 2.0 is now live!

The Steam store has been updated today. It has a lot of new functional settings and finally looks better! I bet most of you guys won't be able to switch to the new UI just yet, but lets all agree we needed a change after all these years. The new update is called Discovery Update 2.0 - the next milestone of the Discovery Update released in 20014. Valve did a lot…

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Steam: Major update coming soon!

It's been a while since I've posted some Steam news, but according to couple of sources online Valve is probably going to launch a brand new Steam Store UI soon. They are planning a refresh of the home page design itself, while it will also introduce a prominent "Popular Among Friends" section. With the new update, Steam curators will apparently be able to clearly indicate whether their post is meant to be seen…

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Steam Alternatives udpated!

Hey, it seems that Game Mafia is now merged with Kinguin so I've removed it from the list. By the way the 3% off Kinguin code is now fixed! Also I've added chrono.gg to the list as they have a lot of nice deals and many people on reddit are happy with it. Check it out here: Chrono.gg was founded by four passionate gamers currently living in Huntsville, Alabama USA.…

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Insurgency switching to Unreal Engine 4!

One of my favorite tactical FPS shooters is switching over to Unreal Engine 4. It's basically a remake of the whole game. I'm really happy about that because Source Engine is just too old. New World Interactive has partnered up with publisher Focus Home Interactive to upgrade the game. The best improvement will be graphical, here's a comparison screenshot of Source Engine and Unreal Engine 4. [fusion_builder_container hundred_percent="yes" overflow="visible"][fusion_builder_row][fusion_builder_column type="1_1" background_position="left top" background_color="" border_size=""…

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Steam Alternatives updated!

With sad removal of Shiny Loot our Steam Alternatives list has just been updated with a new store from Spain called Days2Play.com. The store was kind enough to give you guys the extra 5% off with every purchase with our special voucher: UNPWR So if you are planning to buy something in the store remember to use the code at checkout! If you happen to run a store and want to be on the…

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Steam: Subscriber Agreement 2016 Update

On January 1st 2016 Valve updated their subscriber agreement. Here are the most important parts: Valve is now selling hardware in the European Union (the Steam Controller and Steam Link). Hardware distribution in Europe will be the primary responsibility of Luxembourg subsidiary, known as Valve SARL. Digital content and services in Europe move back under our US company, Valve Corp., just as they were before the Luxembourg office opened in July…

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Steam Alternatives list updated, special discount inside!

Hello, I have removed inactive stores from the Steam Alternatives list. I've also added some new stores (Opium Pulses, GameBillet) along with a special, unified discount code - available in selected stores only. From now on use this code in the selected stores: UNPWR. Here is the list of all stores with active discount code just for you guys: G2A (3% off) Kinguin (3% off) Games Rocket (3% off) GameBillet (20% off) Gamers…

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Steam: Insurgency Free Weekend is up!

New update to Insurgency just rolled out, it's one of my favorite tactical shooters on Steam. You can now play it for free through out the weekend and I really advise you to do so. I'll try to get some free copies from these guys to giveaway :) Grab it on Steam store here or install it fast here.

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Steam: Beta update introduces new UI design, taskbar icon

Just got an update of Steam Beta Client few hours ago and noticed that the changelog mentioned the new UI design and some bug fixes. It's always nice to see interface updates as I'm not a big fan of Steam's current designs. I was positively surprised when I saw they've removed the diagonal stripes from the top menu of all GUI windows. They've replaced them with a little, subtle tint…

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Unreal Engine 4 adds SteamOS and Linux support!

Around month ago Epic Games released the source code and tools for its brand new Unreal Engine 4 to studios and individual subscribers. The big news in Epic's 4.1 update notes is the full support for packaging games onto SteamOS and Linux. It's another big step in broadening what defines high-quality PC gaming beyond Microsoft Windows. Support for alternative operating systems is finally introduced into the engine directly. All developers…

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Website now in beta, updates incoming!

Hey guys! Please treat everything you see here as beta. Just updated the website, now it's more clean, faster and better in general I guess. Steam Alternatives list has been updated (removed INTKEYS for good). There's a brand new menu on the site, click on the + on top right to see some useful tools like: [fusion_builder_container hundred_percent="yes" overflow="visible"][fusion_builder_row][fusion_builder_column type="1_1" background_position="left top" background_color="" border_size="" border_color="" border_style="solid" spacing="yes" background_image="" background_repeat="no-repeat" padding="" margin_top="0px"…

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Insurgency PAX Update!

The devs of Insurgency just posted this nice update, check it out:

“Reporting live from PAX East in Boston, we are delivering a patch we have been working on to address many issues with the current version as well as introduce some new things such as “beta” Workshop integration.

The update is currently being played by those at PAX. We tried to get this update out earlier in the week but we had to delay due to issues with Steam. Now that this is all resolved we figured it would be nice to update the game for you all in time for the weekend. Full changelist below.”

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New Content

  • Added Revolt Coop.
  • Added “beta” version of Steam Workshop support to the game. Certain features may not work fully, but players should be able to upload their maps and download other maps. Please provide us with feedback and issues related to this so we can keep improving it.

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Steam now allows you to cancel your own pre-orders!

You can now cancel pre-orders without having to open a support ticket - just so long as the game hasn't been released yet. Now, as the image above shows, you can initiate this process yourself with the newly added, and seemingly automated, 'Refund an item' link. It's not clear yet whether you'll be refunded in Steam wallet credit or whether the money will go back to your card. And here’s…

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Steam: Linux client gets a major update!

All the penguins are happy today, check this out: The Steam client got a major update recently with some pretty needed features: On game launch, if there is an update available but we haven't started downloading it yet, ask the user if they want to launch the existing bits or wait for the update.How it took them this long to add in that option is crazy, it will be a…

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Steam keeps getting better, RAGE free weekend now live!

Well no no, not with prices duh. But the client itself just keeps getting better. For example they've recently added background downloading while playing a game which is a huge achievement I'll give them that. They've also added few more new features such as: ability to limit what time of day Steam is allowed to automatically update apps option to let other games download while a game is running (this is a…

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Terraria offers new treats in Halloween update

Terraria’s developers crafted a brand new Halloween update for their game. Terraria’s “Halloween event” update fills the game with Halloween-themed pets, costume paintings, gear, and friendly NPCs to sell you those items. Monsters will also drop bags containing “fun surprises”. There’s also a “Pumpkin Moon Event” that can be triggered in hard mode. Developer Redigit was light on the details, but made the thing sound like a survival mode where…

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Uplay updated: Twitch video streaming, automatic patching

Ubisoft is hoping to make the experience a bit better with its upgrade to Uplay 4.0. The big news coming out of this announcement is the addition of Twitch integration into the Uplay client. Anyone playing a Ubisoft game can broadcast their playthroughs through the Uplay client. Certain publishers have stood against livestreams of their games, though more and more of them are reversing that policy. Ubisoft’s relationship with the…

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