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Via: Valve
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Okay, how do we get the mini-golf/doughnut feast mode combo going? And will there be a VR beverage cart? Because those both look highly entertaining and best enjoyed simultaneously.

Via: Uncle Grim
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You've got between now and January 4th to get in on the Steam Sale. Disregard Christmas, acquire games.

Go go go go!

Don't forget, daily and flash deals are a thing of the past, so there's no more waiting for the perfect moment; just get it or don't. If you're wondering why, you can most likely thank the refund system. With refunds in place, people would be able to return a sale item they already bought if they caught it at a lower price later, and that's just bad for business.

video game news half life 3 not confirmed maybe kinda leaked
Via: SteamDB
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SteamDB has reportedly found a treasure trove of games coming to Steam, including Half Life 3. It's been a while since anyone has had an excuse to use a "Half Life 3 confirmed" meme, so now seems as good a time as any.

The leak comes from a minor change Valve made to Steam that revealed a bunch of package info:

Valve recently implemented functionality to automate some frequently asked Steam support questions such as permanently hiding a game from your Steam account and these package names being exposed are a result of them not hiding them when they added this. A similar issue occurred with app names as well.


The full list of games that may or may not be coming soon to Steam includes not only HL3, but Bad Rats Show. Check it out:

  • Half-Life 3
  • Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc
  • Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair
  • Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster
  • Final Fantasy VI
  • Bad Rats Show
  • Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-
  • Little King’s Story
  • STEINS;GATE
  • Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture
  • Sonic Boom
  • Earth Defense Force 4.1
  • Criminal Girls
  • Stranger of Sword City


Believe if you want to, but it seems unlikely that Valve would be this careless. Third party developers are apparently able to name their packages whatever they want, so someone may have just been making a joke. 

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