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Steam Coming to Mac?

Valve has an announcement to make, but they’d rather send out clues instead of actually announce it. This way is proving much more fun. Picture clues were sent out with the message “In anticipation of an upcoming announcement from Valve.” What does it mean? Steam

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TF2 Gets New Highlander Game Mode

Team Fortress 2 has gained a new game mode in its latest update. The “Highlander” mode. Apparently inspired by the “Eyelander” sword acquired by the Demoman during the Soldier vs Demoman War, the Highlander mode allows two teams of 9 to square off, with only

TF2 ‘War’ Coming to an End

Team Fortress 2’s ‘War’ is coming to an end. ‘War’ is a an upcoming update to the game which is granted to the soldier and demoman, with one of the two classes getting a special weapon based on the highest number of kills of the

Alienware PCs Will Come Pre-Loaded With Steam, Portal

A deal between Valve and Dell will pre-load Alienware systems with Steam and the game Portal. The Alienware Area-51, Aurora Desktops, as well as the new M15x and M17x will come with the software. Portal runs for about $20 retail, but it’s still a nice

L4D2 “Dude, Where’s My Thumb?” Contest Detailed

A Left 4 Dead 1 contest last year where people were challenged to take funny, unique, inventive pictures in front of a L4D ad was met with a huge response. Because of this, there is a new contest this year: “The Dude Where’s my Thumb?”

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COD Modern Warfare 2 Gets Steamworks, PC Requirements Announced

Activision and Valve announced an agreement to get Valve’s Steamworks on the PC version of upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. According to the release, “All PC versions of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 will be powered by Steamworks, providing gamers with auto-updating,

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Australian Left 4 Dead 2 Appeal Fails

Weeks ago, Valve appealed the Australian classification board’s decision to not rate Left 4 Dead 2, and offered an edited version; still hoping that the appeal would be successful and Australians would experience zombie killing in all its gory glory. The appeal has been denied,