Rick rounds up all the major announcements from this year's E3.
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Looks to improve consumer confidence.
Paranautical Activity has been pulled from Steam following its developer's outburst on Twitter which included a death threat to Gabe Newell.
Trine and Trine 2 have shifted more than 7 million copies between them and Frozenbyte has released a level editor to celebrate.
An indie developer has uncovered fake Youtubers requesting and reselling Steam codes for his game.
New features, better recommendations.
Spacebase DF-9 is coming to the end of its Early Access cycle and getting ready for its 1.0 release.
Valve has been taken to court by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission over its refund policy.
Windows and OS X only for now.
Codemasters is offering a refund to anyone who bought Colin McRae Rally on Steam expecting it to be a remake of the 1998 classic.
A batch of Sniper Elite 3 keys have been cancelled after it emerged that they had been stolen and re-sold to vendors.
The Steam Summer Sale has launched along with a bonus summer adventure for shoppers.
Steam is further warning its users that Early Access titles might never see completion and could be abandoned before a full release.
Crytek's CryEngine is now available on Steam for developers to access through a subscription model.
An Early Access title has been pulled from Steam for employing shady marketing tactics.
Rival Bundle Stars counters with Kalypso.
Goat Simulator is becoming a full release after demands flooded in to its creators from across the internet.
Alpha players of The Castle Doctrine have a chance to win real world money and weapons in a promotion celebrating the game's official launch.
Valve is planning to drop community game voting system Greenlight.
Scan, Alienware and Gigabyte included.
Both services struggling to stay up.
Several Activision games using Marvel characters have been pulled from digital storefronts.
Steam has launched its holiday sale, tempting gamers with deep discounts and snow globes.
June 13 2019 | 09:59
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