Steam Workshop Content Creators Have Earned Over $57 Million Reveals Valve

Steam Workshop Content

Valve has today announced more details about its Steam Workshop and how much has been paid out to its community of content creators, revealing that to date since its launch in 2011 Valve has paid out over $57 million to content creators.

Since its launch back in 2011 Steam Workshop content creators have designed and built in-game items sold in Team Fortress 2, Dota 2, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

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Heroes of Might and Magic III HD Launches On Steam, iOS, And Android (video)

Heroes of Might and Magic III HD

Fifteen years after it originally launched the legendary Might & Magic Heroes game is back as Might & Magic Heroes III HD and is now available to play on iOS, Android and PC via Steam.

Heroes of Might & Magic III is a turn-based strategy game, originally released in February 1999 and now comes complete with 7 exciting campaign scenarios, around 50 skirmish maps as well as a local multiplayer mode and a map editor.

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New Hatred Devastation Gameplay Trailer Launches Pre-Ordering (video)


If you fancy playing the incarnation of apocalypse that is filled with hate and destruction, you might this new extremely violent gameplay trailer for the Hatred game that is being developed by Destructive Creations and lets to run rampage on the human race.

The developer of the title apparently describes Hatred as a reaction to video game aesthetic trends such as political correctness, politeness, vivid colour, and games as art and will be launching later this year.
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Battlefield Hardline Open Beta Starts February 3rd (video)

Battlefield Hardline

Next week gamers looking forward to playing the new Battlefield Hardline game that is currently under development by Visceral Games. Will be pleased to know they will be able to get a taste of the gameplay before the game launches officially later this year.

The games publishers EA have this week announced that a Battlefield Hardline open beta testing phase will start next week from February 3rd, that will run until February 8th and allow the new in-game Hacker mode to be tested for the first time.

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Dragons Dogma Online First Trailer Released (video)

Dragons Dogma Online

Following on from the reveal earlier this week by Capcom that they are developing a new Dragon’s Dogma game, a new trailer has been released providing a first glimpse at what you can expect from the latest title Dragon’s Dogma Online.

Dragon’s Dogma Online will be launching some time later this year for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PC systems in Japan and provides players with a free-to-play online action game to enjoy.

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Badland Game of the Year Edition Launching On PS4, PS3 And PS Vita (video)

Badland Game of the Year Edition

After originally being launched back in 2013 on tablet devices and winning numerous awards since its launch, those of you that have already played or intrigued by the Badland game might be interested to learn that it will soon be launching on Sony’s PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PS Vita handheld console.

The Badland game offer players a unique mix of innovative physics-based gameplay together with creative level design and power-ups, from cloning to growing to slowing down time.

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Sky Go Now Available On The PlayStation 3

 PlayStation 3

Sky Go is already available on a number of consoles, like the PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox consoles, and now Sky is launching Sky Go on Sony’s PlayStation 3.

Existing Sky Go and Sky Multiscreen customers can now use the PlayStation 3 for streaming of movies and TV shows and also watching live TV.

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PlayStation Music coming to PlayStation Network this spring


Spotify and PlayStation are working together toward a common goal, to roll out a brand new service known as PlayStation Music. PlayStation Music will arrive on the PlayStation Network later this spring, so keep eye and an ear out, if this is a feature that interests you.

With this new feature, the old version will be on it’s way out. It means the end of PlayStation’s previous offering, Music Unlimited, on March 29. It’s sad, but we all have to move on. Chin up. PlayStation users will be able to link up their accounts to Spotify and enjoy playback of its free, ad-supported streaming music, or they can spend $10 a month for the premium service that will run without those irritating and annoying ads, and will even be playable when there is no Internet connection. That sounds pretty awesome to me.
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Alpine Vision GT can only be driven in a Video Game


Renault and Alpine are two carmakers with close ties that have produced some cool cars in the past. Alpine has a new virtual racing car that will only drive under its own power inside the Gran Turismo video game called the Alpine Vision Gran Turismo. The concept is a single seater endurance racing car and it looks straight out of Speed Racer or Star Wars.

The back looks like a Star Wars pod racer with the airbrakes that house the brake lights and an open design. The car has an off center driving position that puts the driver on the right side of the car. The instrument panel is a HUD rather than traditional analog instruments. The car will be offered in three colors in the game.

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Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Havoc DLC Now Available On Xbox (video)


Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Xbox players patiently waiting for the highly anticipated release of the first DLC for the new Advanced Warfare game, will be pleased to know that it is now available to download and enjoy in the form of Havoc.

The Call of Duty Advanced Warfare havoc DLC brings with it 4 new multiplayer maps for players to enjoy in the form of : Core, Urban, Sideshow and Drift. Taking players from the Gobi Desert to the Rocky Mountains with exoskeleton in tow, watch the video below to learn more.

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Unreal Engine 4 Virtual Tour Demo Looks Unbelievably Realistic (video)

Unreal Engine 4 Virtual Tour

The Unreal Engine is a game engine that has been developed by Epic Games and was first released back in 1998 and has since been used to build a wide range of games across a wide variety of genres including stealth, MMORPGs, RPGs, and first-person shooter (FPS) video games.

In the video below the current Epic Games engine has been used to create Unreal Engine 4 Virtual Tour that shows what can be achieved by designers using the games engine with the right skills.

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