Following reports of the demise of the Steam Machine, Valve clears up any misunderstanding and are still aiming for an open gaming platform.
Gabe Newell didn’t let PC gamers down today and finally turned up for the Reddit AMA earlier this evening. There was a variety of topics … Read moreGabe Newell talks Steam, VR, eSports and more
Since Valve’s Steam Dev Days event is closed to the press (it’s billed as an “off the record” place for developers to hang out and … Read moreSteam Dev Days attendants share conference info on Steam Machines, controller
The third-party Steam Machine prices, designs and specs from the partners announced earlier today are revealed following the Valve CES conference this evening. Prices and specs really do vary … Read moreAll third-party Steam Machine prices, specs and designs revealed
It’s so tempting isn’t it? There’s a new OS in the wild and you just want to take a peek and see what all the … Read moreSteamOS installation guides with VirtualBox
With the Steamboxes shipping out to testers today, Valve has now released SteamOS to the masses. Be warned though, don’t mess with this unless you … Read moreSteamOS is now available for download
Valve has confirmed to IGN that there will not be any SteamOS exclusive games or apps, which should go some way to allaying the wilder … Read moreThere will be no SteamOS exclusive games, says Valve
Peter Parrish: As PC users everywhere will no doubt be aware, Valve has been up to stuff this week. We’ve had three announcements: SteamOS, living … Read moreSteamOS, Steam Machines and Steam controllers: Valve innovation, or just hot air?
The third and final Valve announcement is (as widely expected after the hint at the end of the second reveal,) a Steam Controller. My immediate … Read moreAssuming control: Steam Controller announced by Valve
Following Monday’s announcement of the SteamOS, Valve has (as expected in some quarters) revealed that a range of ‘Steam Machines’ designed for living room use … Read moreMultiple Steam Boxes coming in 2014, beta prototype one of Valve’s
The first of Valve’s three announcements has been unveiled as SteamOS, a “a free stand-alone operating system for living room machines” based on the Linux … Read moreSteamOS is Valve’s first big announcement this week