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No Man’s Sky is now available on Steam and GOG

No Man’s Sky is now available on Steam and GOG

No Man's Sky has been the center of much discussion this week, finally launching on PlayStation 4 after a handful of disappointing delays. If PC is your preferred gaming platform, the wait was even longer (though only slightly), but your time has come at last: No Man's Sky has launched on PC, hitting the storefronts of Steam and GOG just a few minutes ago.

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Steam kicks off weekend-long Virtual Reality sale

Steam kicks off weekend-long Virtual Reality sale

If you're one of the folks who happen to own an Oculus Rift or an HTC Vive, you might like to know that there's a rather large Steam sale on VR games going on this weekend. Steam runs weekend-long sales each and every week, but this time around the focus is firmly on getting you some virtual reality games without necessarily breaking the bank.

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No Man’s Sky hit with last-minute delay on PC

No Man’s Sky hit with last-minute delay on PC

PC players excited for the release of No Man's Sky are going to have to wait a little bit longer to cruise around the universe. Originally scheduled to launch alongside the PS4 version on August 9, the PC version of the highly-anticipated game has been hit with another delay. That's going to be disappointing to hear for eager gamers who have already had to deal with delays, but it's not as bad as you may initially think.

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Star Wars VR game Trials on Tatooine comes to Steam for free

Star Wars VR game Trials on Tatooine comes to Steam for free

You're only about a day away from being able to experience the world of Star Wars in virtual reality. At the Star Wars Celebration, currently being in London this weekend, Lucasfilm announced that it was releasing the VR game experiment Trials on Tatooine on Steam on Monday, July 18th. The best part is that it's completely free, assuming you have a HTC Vive headset.

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Valve tells gambling sites to stop using Steam’s item-trading system

Valve tells gambling sites to stop using Steam’s item-trading system

Last week the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive community was shaken up when it was discovered that two popular players had published videos promoting CS:GO Lotto, a gambling website for valuable in-game items, without disclosing that they were the owners. While developer Valve remained silent during the fiasco, it has now come out and said that it will begin cracking down on these third-party sites that let users trade items for real money.

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Starbound release date finally announced after years in Early Access

Starbound release date finally announced after years in Early Access

It's been a long, winding road to get here, but it looks like Starbound will at last be leaving Steam Early Access and getting a full release later this month. Developer Chucklefish announced the release date in both a live stream of the first hour of the game and in a post on the Starbound blog, revealing that the full game will be available on July 22.

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Steam Summer Sale: 10 RPGs worth checking out

Steam Summer Sale: 10 RPGs worth checking out

We've found ourselves smack in the middle of the Steam Summer Sale, and for many RPG fans, this time of year is both one of great excitement and one of horrible choice paralysis. There's somewhere in the area of 1,500 RPGs available on Steam, and until July 4, the vast majority of them will be offered up at a deep discount. How do you know which one to buy? While I've yet to make my way through all the RPGs Steam offers, I have put together a list of 10 of my favorites, in the hopes that it may help some of you indecisive types find your next favorite game.

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New Quake level for the original game celebrates 20th anniversary

New Quake level for the original game celebrates 20th anniversary

It's rare that a PC game is still remembered 20 years after its launch, so many of them are forgotten. Not Quake though, this game was of the most influential PC games and one of the first massively popular first person shooter games that helped to spawn the category. It's been 20 years now since Id software launched Quake the first time. MachineGames has a new level for the original Quake game that is available for free here.

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New Quake episode released in honor of 20th anniversary

New Quake episode released in honor of 20th anniversary

2016 appears to be the year to honor the influential FPS games from developer Id Software. First we got a brand new Doom that actually lives up to the legacy of the originals, and this last week saw the 20th anniversary of the first Quake. In an unexpected surprise celebrating the latter, a brand new episode for Quake was released — for free — by MachineGames, the developer behind the recent Wolfenstein titles The New Order and The Old Blood.

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Steam Summer Sale begins: look upon it and despair

Steam Summer Sale begins: look upon it and despair

The Steam Summer Sale, as it's called by those who don't know its true name, has begun. Therein you'll find a set of games with their prices kicked in and smashed with hammers, and there they'll continue to be bashed until the 4th of July, 2016, at 10AM PDT. If you can last that long, I applaud you. On the other hand, you could find "Learn Japanese to Survive! Hiragana Battle", an educational RPG, for less than it costs to purchase a cheeseburger.

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Valve releases free Destinations tool for creating VR worlds

Valve releases free Destinations tool for creating VR worlds

When it comes to virtual reality, most people don't really care about how it gets made, they just want to experience it. The same is true about video games in general. However, for those that are interested in creating virtual worlds to explore, Valve has some good news for you today.

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Battlefront 3 remake is coming to Steam for free

Battlefront 3 remake is coming to Steam for free

Despite its commercial success, many people were disappointed by Star Wars: Battlefront. Don't get me wrong, the game is absolutely beautiful, but the lack of a single-player campaign, as well as the omission of space battles really hurt the game. These are pretty common knowledge by now, but what you might not know is that there was another Battlefield game in the works a while back, and it's about to be released on Steam for free.

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