Valve’s offices are perhaps the most mysterious place in the videogame industry, a magical place where fairies sprinkle magic dust to begin Steam sales and a team of scientists monitor an extra-dimensional void from which Half-Life 3 will finally emerge, fully-formed. Er, actually, it’s an office building where normal humans develop videogames, but the team still likes to keep a bit of whimsy around.
Multinational computer technology company Dell disclosed Wednesday that its online electronics marketplace experienced a “cybersecurity incident” earlier this month when an unknown group of hackers infiltrated its internal network.
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Artifact player count has reached a health high on day one, reaching an initial peak of 56,240 concurrent players barely an hour after launch. That’s not an overwhelming success, but it is a solid one, and as of this post Valve’s card game is comfortably the number four game on Steam right behind the perennial top trio of CS:GO, Dota 2, and PUBG.
Artifact is now available, and the scores have started to pour in from across the internet. It’s Valve’s first full game in half-a-decade, and while the world may have been sour on the idea of a Dota card game when it debuted, the tone has certainly changed since. Designed by Magic: The Gathering creator Richard Garfield, Artifact is an immensely satisfying digital card game, but it’s one with a wild monetisation strategy that has yet to be proven.
The Game Awards is nearing upon us and if you don’t typically tune in to see what developer or video game title won in a given category then you might tune in just to see what new video game titles are announced. This year we are confirmed to have ten video game titles announced for the first time ever and its likely spread across the entirety of the event.
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Obsidian Entertainment is a well-known video game development studio that has crafted up a number of RPG titles. Within the mix of developed titles the company was responsible for Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords, Fallout: New Vegas, South Park: The Stick of Truth, and the Pillars of Eternity series. There are of course other RPG titles developed under Obsidian but most recently the company made headlines when the studio was acquired by Microsoft earlier this year.