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Street Fighter V is coming to SteamOS, will support Steam Controller

Street Fighter V is coming to SteamOS, will support Steam Controller

While Valve has done a lot of work trying to push their SteamOS, it's still far from popular. And while we've seen a lot of games make their way to the platform, it's still missing a lot of big names. Today, Capcom announced that they are working closely with Valve to bring one of their biggest titles to the Linux-based OS.

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Tough Break Campaign released for Team Fortress 2

Tough Break Campaign released for Team Fortress 2

Valve isn't known for making timely releases for their games. Which is probably why they like to simply release new bits without any build-up or fanfare. Their latest release comes in the form of an update for Team Fortress 2. It's dubbed The Tough Break update.

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Steam’s Winter Sale will reportedly start next week

Steam’s Winter Sale will reportedly start next week

There's a big event that's just around the corner, that people all over the place are excited about. Details are being kept quiet, so that nothing is revealed too early. But we've found information that might just spoil the news for you. No, I'm not talking about Star Wars, I'm talking about the upcoming Steam Winter Sale.

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Battlefield’s Dragon Valley is back, here’s what you need to know

Battlefield’s Dragon Valley is back, here’s what you need to know

Last month DICE teased us with news that they were nearly finished working on a new map for Battlefield 4 owners. They promised that the new map would not only be free for all players, but it would be out by the end of the year. With just a couple of weeks left in the year, they made good on that promise.

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Doom creator shares Super Mario 3 PC demo from 1990

Doom creator shares Super Mario 3 PC demo from 1990

Super Mario Maker has been out for about 3 months now, which means all kinds of people have been making their own levels. But what if I told you that one of the first custom Mario levels made by a non-Nintendo employee was made 25 years ago? And what if I told you that the people making it went on to make Doom? It's true, and we've got the video to prove it.

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Aftermarket Skylake coolers are damaging Intel CPUs

Aftermarket Skylake coolers are damaging Intel CPUs

If you're assembling your own PC, there are a lot of decisions to make. One of which is whether you'll keep the stock CPU cooler, or opt for something a little beefier (and possibly quieter). Unfortunately, if you have an Intel Skylake processor, you're probably going to want to stick with the stock cooler, lest you risk damaging this primary component.

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Xbox One Wireless Adapter now works with Windows 7/8.1

Xbox One Wireless Adapter now works with Windows 7/8.1

It took a while to get to market, but when Microsoft finally did release the wireless adapter for the Xbox One controller, PC gamers were happy, and then immediately sad. They were happy to finally see the adapter, so that they could use it to play some of their favorite games, however, there was one small stipulation. The adapter only worked on Windows 10.

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77,000 Steam accounts stolen every month, according to Valve

77,000 Steam accounts stolen every month, according to Valve

Have you ever had an online account hacked? Thankfully I can say that I haven't, at any point. Sure, I've gotten notices from sites I use telling me that they've had some sort of breach, and to change my password. However, I've never had anyone access any of my accounts. Outside of my bank account, the one that I probably worry the most about is my Steam account, and apparently for good reason.

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Diablo’s Treasure Goblins show up in WoW: Legion alpha

Diablo’s Treasure Goblins show up in WoW: Legion alpha

Two of Blizzard's most-successful IP's are of course, Warcraft and Diablo. Both universes have some great games, and the current iteration of both are still highly popular (even if WoW keeps losing subscribers). What's interesting is that Blizzard seems to be pulling popular features from one game, and porting them over to the other.

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GTA V’s Every Bullet Counts mode only gives you two shots

GTA V’s Every Bullet Counts mode only gives you two shots

One of the great things about modern gaming is the fact that developers are able to continually update their games with new features and modes relatively easily. One developer that has been great about this is Rockstar, with GTA V. Just a couple of weeks ago they released a new football-themed adversary mode for free, and today, they've announced another.

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Why Elder Scrolls Online’s $1-million bribe might just work

Why Elder Scrolls Online’s $1-million bribe might just work

What do you do when you've sunk a ton of money into a MMO that never really took off? Well, first you take away the mandatory monthly subscriptions, and then you offer people a chance to win a million bucks. At least that's the route that Zenimax has taken with The Elder Scrolls Online.

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Mario Kart 64 track recreated in GTA V

Mario Kart 64 track recreated in GTA V

Mario Kart 64 is probably my favorite racing game of all time. No, it's likely not the best racing game out there, but it's the one I can remember having the most fun playing. Well, if you're like me and you want to relive some of those fond memories, you can do just that, in GTA V.

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