Valve makes it easier to use whatever controller you want with Steam.
Valve announces the Steam best-sellers of 2016. The list probably won't surprise you.
A look at the game that everyone has been talking about over the holidays.
Steam's currently a little ill, but it's gradually getting better.
Yacht Club Games talks about Specter of Torment's new story and structure, as well as why they keep putting out such elaborate expansions for free.
In the future, every day is a Steam sale.
Here are all the games that are worth picking up in the Steam Autumn sale this year.
Here's all the games that are worth picking up in the Steam Halloween sale this year.
COVER STORY: Playism's rise reflects a changing tide in Japan.
In a talk at Steam Dev Days, Valve talks about adding native DualShock 4 support and incentivizing Steam controller use.
...Unless you can hold your breath for more than a year. Then knock yourself out.
James Romine says case is gone for financial reasons.
New wave of entirely too many "the cake is a lie" meme references inbound.
The organization is looking into whether No Man's Sky's advertising was on the up-and-up.
Nadia re-examines Undertale a year after its release to determine if Toby Fox's RPG about monsters and men still deserves its accolades.
PODCAST: We discuss Battlefront's Death Star DLC, Forza Horizon 3, Pokémon on the NX, and more!
Valve tweaks the changes it has made to the Steam Review system, but doesn't fix the issue.
Yasuhiro Wada's upcoming sim fully embraces the "god game" genre.
Valve makes a change to Steam scores for a good reason, but with additional consequences.
Capcom's take on Dawn of the Dead showed what the future would hold for last generation's consoles, even if few others would borrow its hardcore approach.
The person behind SteamSpy has decided that the estimated owner data should be available for every game.
Building up settlements sounds nice, but they're at odds with the game's original vision.
New retail version of Quantum Break is coming, alongside the Steam release.
Marvelous' brilliant mix of Pikmin, SimCity, and Zelda shouldn't be missed.
There's something marvelously zen about how many resources IO Interactive sinks into this game when some parts of it can only be experienced once.
Giant Squid's stunning, serene underwater adventure trips over itself, despite rarely setting foot on land.
The final chapter of the Zero Escape trilogy arrives after four long years—but can Spike-Chunsoft craft a satisfying conclusion to this innovative series?
As early 3D games enter the world of retro, we have to ask ourselves: Is every era worth celebrating?
This new PC release mixes two of the platform's more popular genres for one great experience.
tinyBuild Games' latest brings a harrowing mix of survival horror and plate spinning to the PC.