2K sports, (a subsidiary of 2K Games), which publishes Sports games has finally released WWE 2K15 for Windows PC.
The game debuted last year for the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3 in October, and for the Playstation 4 and the Xbox One in November.
WWE 2K15’s roster features several former stars including Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, Hulk Hogan, The Ultimate Warrior & more, and all the superstars from the current WWE Roster including Undertaker, Randy Orton as well as newer wrestlers like Bray Wyatt, Cesaro, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose.
For the first time ever, WCW legend Sting, is officially available as a playable [...]
A few days ago we reported that Valve, introduced a controversial feature: Paid mods, in to its digital game distribution service, Steam.
It has not even been a week since it was introduced, but Valve has announced that paid mods have been removed.
Thousands of gamers took to the internet, voicing their concern that paid mods should be removed. In our previous report, we also supported this: Mods should be free. Any user who buys the original game should get access to mods for free.
However, we are aware that mods require a great deal of work, and developers can earn money through them. But not through paid mods, instead users should have options to help [...]
Valve has introduced a controversial addition to its digital game distribution service, Steam.
Steam now allows game modders to sign up for a free account, and upload their mod and monetize it.
Yes, you can now sell mods on Steam. And users who already bought a game must cough up some eextra bucks just to install those mods.
The paid mods are now available for just one game, Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Steam could open doors for paid mods to other games soon.
Valve is giving users a 24 hour refund period, during which they can decide to keep the mod or return it for their money.
Steam is apparently offering modders 25% of the revenue from their [...]
Online game distribution service, Steam has announced that it is implementing a new feature to restrict spammers from causing trouble at its website and services.
Steam has introduced a new system which divides its users into two groups: Regular Users and Limited User Accounts (LUAs.).
Digital Trends says that Steam, which has millions of users, has recently seen a rise in the number of accounts which are used for spamming and scamming other users. Most of this occurs in the form of friend invites being sent to users from strangers, aka the spammers.
According to Steam, spammers never spend any money on the website. So it is going to use that practice [...]