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Portal for Android on NVIDIA SHIELD Review

Portal for Android on NVIDIA SHIELD Review

Portal was a game-changer on the PC and a game-changer here, ported to Android, specifically to NVIDIA SHIELD. You’ll be moving through test chambers from a first-person perspective, taking control of a "Portal Gun" which allows you to shoot one orange ring, one blue ring. From there, gameplay is entirely unique to this Valve Corporation-made puzzle adventure.

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Steam is down: many users having access trouble

Steam is down: many users having access trouble

This afternoon Steam has been having a bit of trouble staying up in several areas. In Europe East servers especially, with a high number of players searching for the term - as you likely know already. There aren’t an inordinate amount of people on Steam at the moment - nearly 5.5 million - and Steam database clients are currently set to "Normal" mode.

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Capybara bringing Below to Xbox One and Steam simultaneously

Capybara bringing Below to Xbox One and Steam simultaneously

This week a new video has been shared of the aesthetically spectacular artwork vision of a game known as Below. This game has been tipped to be heading to Xbox One as well as Steam in the past, and this week it’s been confirmed that Capybary Games will be bringing the game to Steam independently and to Xbox with ID@Xbox, the same as they will be bringing on Super Time Force.

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The Wolf Among Us Episode 3 trailer: spoilers stay flat

The Wolf Among Us Episode 3 trailer: spoilers stay flat

It’s time again to get involved with a Telltale Games title, this time rolling with "A Crooked Mile," the third installment in The Wolf Among Us adventure game series. This game continues to build on the legend of the series aesthetically, bringing back super-charged graphics that aim to be gorgeous instead of realistic.

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Goat Simulator early reviews positive: release trailer magnificent

Goat Simulator early reviews positive: release trailer magnificent

Tomorrow the game known as Goat Simulator will be released to Steam formally. This game was originally meant to be a simulation for simulations’ sake, but because of its popularity on the forum circuit, the game’s creator decided to go all-in, creating the game as an actual title release. Now we’re just one day away from the final push for the game and a fabulous launch trailer has been bestowed upon us.

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Valve ports Portal to NVIDIA SHIELD

Valve ports Portal to NVIDIA SHIELD

In a bit of a surprise twist to the end of his GPU Technology Conference 2014 (GTU 2014, that is) chat, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang let it be known that Portal would be coming to NVIDIA SHIELD. Not just streaming, and not just in a mirrored mode. Instead, he said, Valve has ported Portal to NVIDIA SHIELD specifically in its entirety.

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Bulletstorm removed from Steam: Games for Windows Live casualties expand

Bulletstorm removed from Steam: Games for Windows Live casualties expand

This week you’ll notice that the game Bulletstorm is no longer available on Valve’s gaming client Steam. While no explicit reason has been given, this is just one of a variety of games that will need (or will have needed) patching as Microsoft gets rid of Games for Windows Live on the first of July, 2014. Meanwhile, the Games for Windows Marketplace has been closed since August 22nd, 2013.

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Goat Simulator gameplay hands-on: no joke, all goat

Goat Simulator gameplay hands-on: no joke, all goat

Running through the halls of the Moscone center this week for GDC 2014 from session to session means it’s going to take something very special to grab our attention. As it happens, one happy-looking goat has done the trick this afternoon. Getting ever-closer to that perfect final-release format, we’ve gotten our hands-on some Goat Simulator gameplay.

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Valve SteamOS Controller 2 hands-on: still weird, getting smoother

Valve SteamOS Controller 2 hands-on: still weird, getting smoother

It’s once again time to get up close and personal with Valve’s next-generation hardware for SteamOS, this time with directional buttons and XYAB buttons instead of a touchpad. While we got a bit of time with the first iteration of this beast back at CES 2014, it was generally understood that we’d be seeing a version with a touchscreen attached. Since then, things have changed.

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