Valve's eSports Documentary is Here

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Watch the full length documentary following professional Dota 2 players through the first Dota 2 international tournament.

Developers Can Soon Run Independent Sales on Steam

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Developers Can Soon Run Independent Sales on Steam
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A new tool is coming to Steamworks Development that allows developers to create their own sales at their own prices lasting up to two weeks, or schedule their games to take part in Steam's new(ish) weeklong deals.

If You Thought Your Rig Was Impressive, Check Out This LoL Computer Case Mod

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Stats:
4FT 8IN Tall
4000 Wooden cubes
Exalted with Baron Nashor: This unit's health and mana are regenerating, and they enjoy increased attack damage and ability power.

Computer Stats:
Motherboard:
Asus Maximus VI Impact
Asus 760 GTX
INTEL CORE I5 4670K
8GB DDR3 RAM
250gb SSD
1TB HDD

Check Out Steam Tags, a Boring Thing That Should Have Been Done Years Ago

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Check Out Steam Tags, a Boring Thing That Should Have Been Done Years Ago
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Steam Tags allow you to "tag games or software in the Steam Store with terms that you think are appropriate, or apply tags that others have already suggested for that title.

Apply genres such as "Puzzle", themes like "Military", or attributes such as "Difficult". Or, come up with entirely new concepts to apply in categorizing products."

Entirely new concepts? You mean like YOLOSW4G?

It's Time to Sign Up for the Titanfall Beta

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It's Time to Sign Up for the Titanfall Beta
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Click the image to sign up. If you need some incentive, watch the Beta trailer below:

Want to See All of Steam Dev Days?

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Watch the welcome address above, then click here if you're interested in more presentations.

Alienware Clarifies: You CAN Mod the Steam Machine, Just Not Easily

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Alienware Clarifies: You CAN Mod the Steam Machine, Just Not Easily
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After previously stating that the Alienware Steam Machine wouldn't be customizable, Alienware has clarified that consumers can upgrade components, but the system isn't designed with that in mind:

The Alienware Steam Machine, announced at CES, is designed to deliver a great gaming experience in the living room and we will enable customers to upgrade components. Considering we've purposefully designed the Alienware Steam Machine to be smaller than the latest generation consoles, upgrading the internal components will not be as easy as compared to other platforms, such as the Alienware X51, but we will not prevent a customer from upgrading.

Does this change your opinion on their Steam Machine?