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  1. Developer: SEGA Publisher: SEGA Release Date: 2021 Genre: F2P Action RPG/MMO Platforms: PC, Xbox One/Series X (NA) , PS4/5(JP),Switch(JP) Reveal Trailer: " Celebrating PSO’s 20th anniversary, PSO2: NGS is the latest entry in the series, updating PSO2’s game system and graphics engine. We’re planning to release this update on a global scale, including Japan and North America. " Gameplay:
  2. We are proud to announce that we have opened a steam page for our new game - Evade The Light We will do our best to give players what they want - action-packed FPS with a dark horror atmosphere. If you are interested in something like this, then be sure to subscribe to our page to receive recent updates. Game Trailer Opening the page is just the first step for us. After collecting feedback and analyzing suggestions, we plan to launch early access in the nearest future. All we need is wishlists if you are interested in our project. Steam Page
  3. Masterjack


    Battletoads releasing on Aug 20th 2020 ( xbox gamepass,xboxone ,windows 10 and steam)
  4. Developer: Team Reptile Publisher: Team Reptile Release Date: 2021 Genre: Action Platformer Platforms: Steam Reveal Trailer: https://www.pcgamer.com/bomb-rush-cyberfunk-is-an-indie-ode-to-jet-set-radio-with-the-original-composer/ Inspired by Jet Set Radio and also has the original composer Hideaki Naganuma
  5. roun90


    Game Name: Othercide Devs: Focus Home Interactive (Devs of Plague Tale Innocence, Insurgency, Greedfall etc.) Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC - Steam Release Date: TBA Price: TBA Features: GAME FEATURES – Experience dynamic turn-based combat and a new way to anticipate enemy movements to perform a flawless tactical plan. Using the Dynamic Timeline System and unique set of skills, you will be able to: Interrupt an enemy attack Plan a delayed action that will be triggered later on in the timeline Use reaction skill to respond to any threat – Prepare to suffer and face close calls in our terrifying and ruthless universe. With roguelite features, deadly missions, limited resources and permanent death, there is no room for errors. – Level up, unlock new skills and collect memories from the death of your enemies. A limited number of these bonuses can be implemented to your skills to boost their stats. But choose wisely as once implemented, you can’t take them back, unless… – …you decide to sacrifice your Daughter! – Make dramatic choices and endure with your Daughters traumatic experiences which will make them stronger or weaker. – Othercide invites you in a ethereal monochromatic dimension with only dashes of crimson red where your worst nightmares come to life. Trailers: Official Website: https://www.othercidegame.com/ (Game features Copied from Official Site)
  6. Back in 2015, Valve got sued by a French consumer organization called UFC-Que Choisir (not to be confused with non-French, non-consumer organization the Ultimate Fighting Championship). UFC-Que Choisir had a multitude of bones to pick with the longtime Steam steward, the biggest among them being that Steam doesn’t let users resell their games. Four years later, a French court has ruled in UFC-Que Choisir’s favor. Valve plans to appeal. According to the French gaming site Numerama, as well as UFC-Que Choisir itself, the High Court of Paris ruled in UFC-Que Choisir’s favor earlier this week. If Valve’s appeal fails, this ruling stands to have ramifications not just in France, but across the European Union. Specifically, the court didn’t find Valve’s defense that Steam is a subscription service compelling. As a result, the court declared that users should be allowed to resell Steam games. The court ruled in favor of UFC-Que Choisir on other counts, too. In its original suit, the organization had also taken aim at the fact that, if a user leaves Steam, Valve would keep whatever currency was left in their Steam Wallet. The recent ruling states that the company will instead have to reimburse users who request it. Valve must now also accept responsibility when users say an item on Steam caused them harm, even if it’s in beta. Valve’s rights to users’ mods and community content will also be diminished, and the company will have to clarify the conditions under which users can lose access to Steam for poor behavior. If Valve refuses to change its rules and post the court’s decision to Steam within a month, it will have to pay a fine of up to 3,000 Euros per day for up to six months. Again, though, Valve, plans to appeal the ruling. “We disagree with the decision of the Paris Court of First Instance and will appeal it,” a Valve representative told Kotaku in an email. “The decision will have no effect on Steam while the case is on appeal.” So don’t expect any major changes in the near future. Still, it’s notable that UFC-Que Choisir scored this victory, and it could very well lead to changes on Valve’s platform. A 2014 Australian court ruling, for example, led to Steam’s current refund policy. Similarly, the company began to go after the 2.3 billion dollar Counter-Strike gambling ring that sprung up in its backyard in 2016 only after lawsuits began to trickle in. For now, however, the appeal still lies ahead, so probably don’t go around trying to pawn off your old, digital-dust-covered games just yet. Source: Kotaku
  7. The biggest sale of the year is finally here and undoubtedly this has been the most anticipated and the most awaited one among all. But among the cluster and huge discounts, you might be missing on some really good titles that really deserve to be purchased and played at least one. I got Hollow Knight for myself and gonna be getting more. Here's a round up of the best deals to buy during this year's Steam Summer Sale.
  8. Note: Do not post any deals here. This is discussion thread. (You can talk about price and other Steam features here). __ Steam is a digital distribution, digital rights management, multiplayer and communications platform developed by Valve Corporation. It is used to distribute games and related media online, from small independent developers to larger software houses. Steam provides the user with installation and automatic management of software across multiple computers, community features such as friends lists and groups, cloud saving, and in-game voice and chat functionality. Well, if you're legit PC gamer then STEAM is a must have application. Since all games are Steamworks title, you'll need Steam to play games. Not to say it's awesome and ultimate entertainment platform. Play, connect, share, create, have fun. System Requirements Windows XP, Vista, or 7 512 MB RAM 1 Ghz or faster processor Intel Mac, OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later. Two-button mouse strongly recommended 1GB HD space (recommended) Internet connection (broadband recommended) Steam has iOS and Androind version. You can get it from iTunes or Google Play. You can participate in the Steam community wherever you go. Chat with your Steam friends, browse community groups and user profiles, read the latest gaming news and stay up to date on unbeatable Steam sales. The Steam Workshop is a central hub of player-created content and tools to publish, organize, and download that content into your games. In short, it's modding you games for more fun. At present 47 games have official workshop database. Help pick new games for Steam. Steam Greenlight is a system that enlists the community's help in picking some of the new games to be released on Steam. Head over to Greenlight section and start up-voting games you want to see on Steam. Steam Wallet is steam digital purse. This allows you to add your funds to steam and purchase anything later or from market. You can also buy steam wallet codes online or from store and redeem it. This gives users an opportunity to buy games and stuff without having credit/debit card. If you have any questions or doubt, check Steam Wallet page. Name explains it all. Market allows you to buy and sell your items, cards, backgrounds, etc with other community members. Note: Valve cuts 5% fee and 10% fee goes to publisher. Who said PC users cannot relax and play? With Steam Big Picture mode, you can sit on your couch, relax and play with your controller. You can even access Steam, chat with your controller. Steam's new mode that lets gamers access all of their favorite Steam games on a television. With the press of a button, Steam displays a new full-screen user interface optimized for readability and interaction on TV. Big Picture has been designed to be used with a traditional game controller, while also fully supporting keyboard and mouse input. To access Big Picture mode, open Steam and click on Big Picture Mode on top right. Currently 142 games has full controller support. Valve added this cool feature a month ago. Steam Trading Cards are virtual cards earned by playing games on Steam. Sets of cards can be turned into game badges and tradable Steam community items. I WANT CARDS! TELL ME HOW TO GET? Ha ha! Well, it's very simple. Play any of the participating Trading Card games you own to get trading cards. To check what game you have which drops card, go to your profile and click on badges. You will see list of games which has trading cards. You can also visit via browser. Note: Only half the cards will drop, rest have you have to use your own power. For example: The Elder Scrolls V: SKYRIM has 8 trading cards but you'll get only 4 cards by playing. The other 4 you have to either buy from market or trade. If you don't want to any of this trading card stuff, you can simply sell your cards on market and make money. This money is stored on your Steam wallet. Pile of cents make a dollar. Sell while it's hot. Currently: 162 games has trading cards. IVG thread for Steam Trading Cards Congrats. You have successfully collected all cards by playing/trading/buying and want cool badge to show-off, then read below. Head over to Profile - > Badges. There you can find your game with all cards in it along with BIG READY button.Just click on it and you'll receive: 100 XP 1 common/uncommon/rare random game based background 1 Emoticons and sometimes discount coupon. For every 10 levels, you get profile showcase which allows you to show off various items. Note: Badge and rewards are virtual. So you want to personalize your profile with some cool background and show showcase? (It's rare SKYRIM summer background and 2 showcase on profile) Head over to profile section and click edit profile. Profile Background - If you have any background in your inventory, select it. Featured badge - This is something which is featured on your profile. Showcase - This is something featured on your profile page. You can select any from the list. It's very simply, clean and beautiful. Note: You don't have to craft badges to get backgrounds or emoticons. If you want funds, you can directly buy from Steam Market. Profile level is earned via crafting. Each badge gives your 100 XP. Note: All these stuffs are cosmetic and for show-off purpose. This doesn't do any change in/to games. This is simple and I believe every kid knows how to buy games from Steam. Regarding payment mode: Steam gives you various options to pay. You can also use your debit card to buy games. I see you're smart and don't want to pay full price on Steam. Good, look below for various options. You really don't have to pay full price for any game on Steam. Steam store is just for business and stuff. These are the sites I recommend you to look before buying anything from Steam. GreenManGaming Gamersgate Gamestop Amazon Get Games Gamefly DLGamer GameTap Regional sites: Nuuvem YuPlay These sites usually give 20-25% discount for pre-order games. Mainly GMG gives weekly discount coupons. Nuuvem is Brazilian site and has lot of games and sale with very good pricing. YuPlay is Russian site. You know Russian pricing. Do check region restriction before buying. Steam trading/gifting feature allows you to buy games for TF2/DOTA 2 items or for low price. To get started, head over to Steam Trades. This site is filled with lot of members across the globe. You must thinking, why should I trade when I can buy directly? Thing is, you can get games for lot cheap via trading than buying from Store. I'll give you nice example: Saints Row IV (ROW) for 20 keys Keys mean - Team Fortress 2/DOTA 2 keys. These are priced around $2/each on market. But, you can also get keys from forum and TF2outpost for low price. Currently you can find keys for $1.60-1.70. So 20 keys will be $32-34 USD. See? You saved yourself $16-18 bucks by not purchasing from Steam store. Trading games is usually very cheap during sale due to regional pricing. If you're looking for some game for low price, head over to Steam trading or Reddit gameswap and make a post. [H] Money/TF2 keys [W] Game name. Wait for reply, wait for best response and price, check the seller's profile. If it's good and has enough rep, go ahead and trade. If he has bad rep, DO NOT TRADE. I'll give another price example: Splinter Cell Blacklist - 24.53 USD PAYDAY 2 - 15.32 USD ROME II - 30.67 USD WTF right? These are the prices for Russians. So in-order to take advantage,you have to do some homework and find yourself nice friendly Russian. Add, talk, discuss, deal. This section is for making yourself smart with add-ons. Recommended add-ons: Enhanced Steam - Must for all Steam users. SteamDB Userscript - Pretty much same as Enhanced Steam. Install either one. List of useful sites: SteamPrices - To check prices of other region. IsThereAnyDeal - To check if there is any deal on games. TF2 Portal - Your TF2 guide. TF2outpost - For trading and stuff. Steamunpowered - To keep up with sales and price. Steam Calculator - Get disappointed in your life. SteamCompletionist - Beat your games. WastedonSteam - Check amount of time you've wasted on Steam games. Achievement Hunter - Name explains it all. Achievement Stats profile - Check your achievements total/remaining, etc. Steam Trading - Trading games for currency/items Reddit Game Swap - Trading games for currency/items Traders Guild - Trading games for currency/items Free2Play Steam games - Name explains it all. Giveaways and Betas - Keep up with all betas and giveaways around web. Steam Skins - All list of cool skins for your Steam application. Steam Trading Cards Group - Official Trading card group. Steam Downtime Announcements - Name explains. You can subscribe to official thread. Indie/Bundle sites: Humble Bundle Bundle Stars Indie Royale Indie Gala Groupees Be Mine Groupees Build a Bundle Indie Game Music Bundle Little Big Bunch 5 for $5 Bundle Indie Underdog Pack Indie Buskers Bundle in a Box Recession Bundle Reddit GameDev Bundle GreenLight Bundle Indie Game Stand All links here: http://www.indiegamebundles.com/complete-bundle-list/ Currently Available Bundles Steam Deals IVG thread If you have any cool site to share, please post below. FREE GAMES? Yep! Totally free. If you have Steam account with games (worth $100) and want to take part in free give-aways, head over to Steam Gifts. This site is maintained by generous users. How to get free games: Go to Steam Gifts Login That's it. You'll see front page. Click on any game you want to enter. (You get 300 points daily which you can spend by entering giveaways.) Note: This doesn't give you games directly. This is like lucky draw. Some might think waste of time, but for me it's something cool. To double your changes of winning, start joining Steam giveaways groups. Note: Don't be a leach always. Try to giveaway something whenever you can. These add-ons are recommended. IVG Tournaments - Not much activity, but you can always stand up, host yourself DOTA2 or any game and play with IVG member. Indian gamers gang - New group made my fellow IVG member Eddy. You can find friends to play with. I'm not going to post any user IDs without their permission. If you want to share you ID, add it to your IVG profile or post below. From where can I download Steam? You can download directly from Steam store or click below: Also available for Mac, and Linux. I've installed Steam, now what should I do? First, you need to create your account. It's completely free and less less than 5 minutes. When done, login and complete your profile. You will see 4 tabs in your Steam client. Store - Here you can purchase games. Library - Here your purchased games are listed. Community - This is Steam community. Each game has own community and groups. Your name - This is for you to check recent friends activity, your profile, inventory, badges, etc. Do I need internet connection for Steam? Yes, you need internet connection to login to Steam. However you can enable offline mode anytime you want. How do I run Steam in offline mode? Please read: https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=3160-agcb-2555 I have laptop and PC. So can I use Steam on both? Yes, you can use your Steam account anywhere. PC/Laptop/TV/Mobile. How to I add friends? Click on view friends list - > Add friend. If you're not able to add friend (due to empty account), ask your friend to add you. Steam is not working, what should I do? Delete ClientRegistry.blob from Steam folder and restart Steam. Still not working? Delete everything except steamapps folder and re-install steam. I don't want to pay so much on Steam when I can get retail copies are cheap. So, can I add retail games to steam? Yes, you can add your retail games to steam by redeeming your key. However there are few exceptions like EA and Ubisoft games. To check complete list, visit: https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=7480-wusf-3601 To check 2013 Powered by STEAMworks games, visit: http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1712878 I want to know more about Trading Cards. Please visit Trading card section. Having problem related to Steam service? Head over to support section and fill details regarding your problem. If you have any question or doubt, please post in topic. Thank you Gabe and entire Valve team for making Steam. Steam - For all basic information Images - From my Steam profile. Content - From my experience and internet. Buttons - Made via Photoshop. Font used - Fixedsys Time used - No idea..I was bored. So I thought why not make a simple guide. I hope you liked my simple guide. I'll update guide whenever it's necessary. Note: This thread is NOT for posting Steam deals. If you want to share deals, please visit Steam Deals page. If you have any questions, feel free to post below. Thank you!
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