The Steam Points Shop has been around for quite a while now, offering players a way to customize their Steam experience using items earned from games they bought. It can be a lot of fun to give your Steam profile some personality by showing off items from your favorite library games.
For every game you own, it will be featured on the Steam Points Shop as items for either your profile or chat options. Although I haven’t been paying much attention to the Steam Profile editor, what I can tell you is how to create a stunning profile that will make you look like one of the pros, minus the endless grind for achievements.
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Just a week ago, I was tipped off about the existence of a digital game store called the Epic Games Store, featuring curated PC games for both Windows and Mac. As a long-time fan of Steam, I was kind of skeptical about the quality of games released on the Epic Games Store, but nonetheless, I’ll give them a fair chance to see if they do provide a better deal to indie developers than their competitors.
In this review, I will be covering what Epic Games has to offer as a platform designed to support developers and the gaming community at large. According to its FAQ page, out of every purchase, developers will receive 88% of the profits generated from selling their games. And I have to admit, it’s a lot easier to set up than the Steam client.
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I’ve decided to do something different this time. Instead of writing a full-length review or reporting on a piece of trending news, I’ll instead be covering the “top 10 selling games of June 2020”. Although A Way Out and Heavy Rain were released several years ago, I’ve included them on this list because they have just been added to the Steam store.
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Most games are released in a few years tops, assuming they are backed by a competent team of developers; this includes the programmers, designers, voice actors, storytellers, and marketers.
That may not be the case if the game doesn’t reach its crowdfunding goals or fails to generate any interest from gamers like us, which means it’s harder to get noticed by a publisher.
The biggest known obstacle to game development is poor management, shown by constantly shifting priorities and little to no progress made on the core gameplay, though a lack of resources poses another problem in of itself.
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What Does it Mean to Stay on the Path of Justice?
When I heard Persona 5 Royal was coming out, I couldn’t wait to watch the new trailers for this extended remake of the original Persona 5. And for the record, I’m a huge fan of Persona 5. After logging over 100 hours into the game, I grew attached to the Phantom Thieves, as if I was one of them, infiltrating palaces to steal the distorted desires of rotten adults.
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