Echo is a conceptually fascinating game spoiled by an overly formulaic structure.
Voting gone, submission fee to rise.
Hatred has been pulled from Greenlight by Valve as the company decides it would not be something they want to see on Steam.
Valve is planning to drop community game voting system Greenlight.
Good Old Games is launching an indie game submissions service to rival Steam's Greenlight process.
Looking for new blood.
Valve has taken The War Z down from Steam until it has confidence in a new build from the developers.
Steam's TV and controller friendly Big Picture mode has left beta and officially launched.
Hopes to take on the likes of the Windows Store.
A reasonable, if small, list of third-party launch titles.
Some great games on offer in the latest pay-what-you-want deal.
Joe wants to tell you about FTL. Don't worry, he'll make it quick.
A site aiming to promote lesser known indie titles through pay-what-you-want sales is set to launch later this month.
Infamous Swedish torrent site The Pirate Bay pushes indie point-and-click McPixel as part of its Promo Bay initiative.
Valve is to launch a beta of Big Picture Mode in September.
Are constant sales devaluing the games industry? Joe has a ponder.
CURIA has ruled that digitally distributed software is not exempt from the doctrine of first sale.
Valve has flipped the switch on Steam remote downloading from any web browser or mobile device.
Rumours suggest Valve is looking at producing a PC-console hybrid device dubbed a 'Steam Box.'