Sunday, March 24, 2013

Door Kickers


Door Kickers is an innovative realtime strategy game that puts you in charge of a SWAT team.
Analyze the situation, plan team routes, choose equipment and breach points and coordinate multiple troopers to reach the hostage room before the bad guys get to press that trigger.

While the game is in Alpha you can help KillHouse Games and buy there game.
You can also help KillHouse Games get greenlighted.

The Binding of Isaac passes the 2 million mark

Edmund McMillenn wrote on his Twitter: ''Oh shit, just checked and The Binding of Isaac crossed the 2 million sales mark a few days ago! DOUBLE PLATINUM GOD!''

Saturday, March 23, 2013

Anodyne is now on Steam

Anodyne is now available on Steam.
Created by Sean Hogan and Jonathan Kittaka.It's available for PC, Mac, Linux

About the game

 In Anodyne, you explore and fight your way through nature, urban and abstract themed landscapes and dungeons in the human Young's subconscious, evoked by a GBC/16-bit-era visual style and a moody, dream-like soundtrack.

Trailer: 

Regular Price: 7,99€
Sale Price: 5,35€

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Steam introduces ''Early Access'' lets you play games still in development

Steam introduced Early Access which lets developers get their game on steam while it's on alpha and people can play it.Few games are now available with this Early Access.Their list is here

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Transistor - Reveal Trailer

From the creators of Bastion comes Transistor a science-fiction-themed action RPG.
In Transistor, players assume the role of a young woman who gains control of a powerful weapon after a mysterious group of assailants nearly kills her with it. Now she must fight from street to street against forces that will stop at nothing to recover the weapon. During the course of the adventure, players will piece together the Transistor’s mysteries as they pursue its former owners.

We can expect Transistor to be released in early 2014.

Fez is coming to Steam on May 1st

Fez is coming to Steam on May 1st.
While the game had some patch problems we can hope it will be fixed for Steam.
It already has store page.
Developer and Publisher didn't change and Phil Fish even can answer your questions on reddit.

Saturday, March 16, 2013

Tactical Intervention is now in Open Beta


Tactical Intervention a game created by Minh Le also known by his online nickname Gooseman the co-creator of Counter-Strike. It is a multiplayer first-person shooter in which a team of counter-terrorists face off against a team of terrorists, much like its predecessor, Counter-Strike a game similar in style to Counter-Strike created with a modified version of Valve's Source engine.

Friday, March 15, 2013

Saints Row 4 Announcement trailer

Saints Row IV™ - From the Crack House to the White House
The ball-busting next chapter in the Saints Row franchise, is starting a party in your pants this August.
Developed by Volition, Saints Row IV will launch on current-gen consoles and PC on August 20, 2013, in North America and August 23, 2013, in the rest of the world

Payday 2 Teaser


Thursday, March 14, 2013

Mike Mika makes Donkey Kong: Pauline Edition for his daughter

Mike Mika wrote:
My three year old daughter and I play a lot of old games together. Her favorite is Donkey Kong. Two days ago, she asked me if she could play as the girl and save Mario. She's played as Princess Toadstool in Super Mario Bros. 2 and naturally just assumed she could do the same in Donkey Kong. I told her we couldn't in that particular Mario game, she seemed really bummed out by that. So what else am I supposed to do? Now I'm up at midnight hacking the ROM, replacing Mario with Pauline. I'm using the 2010 NES Donkey Kong ROM. I've redrawn Mario's frames and I swapped the palettes in the ROM. I replaced the M at the top with a P for Pauline. Thanks to Kevin Wilson for giving me the lead on the tools and advice.

Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 - Coming soon on Steam?


Registry on Steam might suggest that Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 could be coming to pc via steam but could be fake.
While this is unlikely due to CyberConnect2 being developers for Sony consoles. This could suggest that publisher Namco Bandai Games might bring another developer for porting?
Even though this is unlikely that they would start with 3rd part of the series rather than Ultimate Ninja Storm 1 it's still some news that might make some people happy! But I wouldn't get your hopes up.
What do you think? Do you think it's real or not happening leave us a comment below.

Saturday, March 09, 2013

Anodyne Greenlighted!

As Seagaia (Developer)
wrote on February 26th, 2013
''WE LOVE YOU''

On March 1st, 2013

He also wrote Answers to common questions.

Release Date: TBA.
Hey, just a quick post-greenlit update:
When is it coming out?
I'm still waiting to hear back from Valve after I sent over some initial info. As soon as I get SDK access I'll be making sure that works, then getting the game out as fast as possible. I don't know how packaging works with Steam w.r.t. Linux (I hear Defender's quest distribueted as deb/rpm in addition to tar.gz , gotta look into the former two), but I know for sure Mac and Windows will be available upon Steam launch. There will likely be a launch sale, though idk how much nor do I know the base price point yet.

Achievements?

Yes.

Controller support?
Controller support works on Mac and Windows! I don't know if it is possible with Linux yet.

Steam keys?

I will do this as soon as I am able to generate keys, though idk if they will be redeemable until the game actually goes live.

Humble Store: Key should show up in your purchase page when I upload them. Buying from here post and pre release will give you keys.

BMTMicro Pre-orderers: I will probably either re-send the fulfillments with Steam keys, or if I can have Steam email you them I will just do that.

Fastspring: I will try to see if I can e-mail them to you via something with Steam. Otherwise, you should have received a Desura key at some point, and if you have the Desura copy you can get a Steam key.

Desura: When Steam keys go up, if yu have a Desura copy you should be able to get your Key here: https://secure.desura.com/cart/cdkeys

GamersGate: I'll have to ask for them to e-mail you guys keys.
Just Adventure: Same as GG, I think.

Sources: 1 ; 2 .

Friday, March 08, 2013

Developers of Natural Selection 2 deactivates over a thousand Steam keys

This is what developers of Natural Selection 2 (UnknownWorlds) wrote:

Beware Shady Key Resellers and Discount Steam Keys

Recently we asked Valve to deactivate 1,341 Steam keys that were purchased through our website. As a result, some Natural Selection 2 players who were previously able to play the game on Steam are now receiving a “Buy Again” option instead of the “Play” option. This episode is a prime example of why all gamers need to beware discount steam keys and those offering them. We deactivated these keys because they keys were purchased with credit cards where the card-holder initiated a “charge-back.” A charge-back is a consumer protection mechanism offered by payment companies such as Visa, allowing a card-holder to dispute a charge on their credit card statement. This means we never received payment for the game. In fact, we were charged a fee by the card issuer for the charge-back. For these 1,341 keys, these fees totalled around $30,000.
Right now there are only two official places to buy Natural Selection 2; through Steam or through our website via the Humble Store (The Humble Store option is temporarily disabled due to this issue). If you see Natural Selection 2 available anywhere else — like the many sites out there that sell Steam keys at a discount — then you are not buying it from us and there is no way to know if that key is legitimate. As as result, we strongly discourage purchasing from these sites.
If we offer Natural Selection 2 from other stores in future, we will make a news post informing you of the legitimacy of that store. You can always find an up to date list of authorised stores right here.
We don’t know how exactly these sites obtain their Steam keys. It seems likely that they were originally obtained from our store using stolen credit card information. Keys were then sold through a handful of questionable sites to people using legitimate credit cards. The owner of the stolen credit card ultimately disputed the charge and we lost the sale. In total, we lose ~$45 per transaction of this kind, due to the charge-back fee (~$22 fee + $25 game price). Meanwhile, the unauthorized key reseller kept the money from the player who ultimately received the bad key.
If your key was deactivated, we recommend you contact the site you purchased it from for a full refund. It’s unfortunate that players who believed they were buying legitimate games were hurt by these unscrupulous resellers.

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