Frogwares' latest game in the Sherlock series represents a huge leap forward in graphics and overall polish, while maintaining what makes the series fun in the first place.
A game heralded as 'the next Starcraft' has a lot of hype to live up to, but Tryst doesn't fulfill the promise.
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Despite a stealthy release on Xbox Live, Mark of the Ninja is raising awareness with its upcoming Steam release.
The Walking Dead is a strong narrative-focused game, and Episode 3 is the strongest yet in the series.
Can a global offensive revitalize the Counter-Strike name for a new generation?
Upcoming Connectify software will allow users to download faster than ever before (as long as they have spare Internets lying around).
Steam is launching a new game hub which will allow users to share and vote on content.
This explosive, top-down arcade shooter based on the movie just isn't explosive enough to bother with.
The game distribution juggernaut will now be a market for other types of software. Your Steam word processor will accept "Gaben."
Bethesda is allowing Steam users to test a beta version of their latest patch, which fixes both the Kinect supports and Dawnguard DLC
The horrors of war and the terror of your wallet meet today.
Introducing Steam Greenlight, which will let players decide which indie titles make their way to the online distribution service.
"Starved for Help" continues the story 3 months after the first episode ended, and it's an experience you won't want to miss.
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