The Steam Deck "launches" in less than a month, but then, that sort of depends on your definition of a launch?
With a simple and approachable device like the Steam Deck, will PC gaming finally get its hooks into console gamers?
It's been rumoured for a while, but Valve's Steam Deck handheld has been officially unveiled.
After a 13-year gap, Valve return to City 17 and the battle against the Combine in the new action-adventure VR game, Half-Life: Alyx. Here’s our review...
Dota Underlords proves Valve can count to 1.0.
You'll need a compatible virtual reality headset, of course, but what are the Half-Life: Alyx system requirements?
Half-Life: Alyx gets gameplay trailer and behind-the-scenes video.
It’s not Half-Life 3, but Half-Life: Alyx may be the closest we ever get.
Steam Link Anywhere, currently in beta, allows you to stream your Steam library to compatible devices over the internet.
Valve demo the Knuckles EV2 VR controller with a new game set in the Portal universe.
This week in video games: Brendan Greene speaks about the future of PUBG, Campo Santo joins Valve, and Call of Duty loses its single-player campaign. Here’s...
After appealing the $3million fine levied by The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), Valve has been ordered to pay.
Steam Spy, the Steam statistics tracking service beloved by developers (and oft-misused by the press) has suddenly stopped working.
This week in video games: free games, free-to-play games, VR games and another Kickstarter controversy. Here's our round-up of the week's best stories.
It's funny watching the world go crazy when a service like Steam goes down. Thankfully they're now starting to come back up.
After the Oculus Rift's announcement last week, it's HTC and Valve's turn – the HTC Vive pre-orders open in February 2016.
Is LEGO Dimensions Portal the closest we're ever going to get to Portal 3? Maybe, but who cares when it looks this much fun?
Valve's heavily anticipated 'haptic' Steam Controller is available to pre-order now from GAME.co.uk. Something doesn't seem quite right, though...
It's not monthly and it's not actually a charge – you just need a qualifying purchase – are you listening, Sony/Microsoft?
Why not reacquaint yourself with Half-Life and Half-Life 2 while you wait? Some community-created mods might just surprise you...