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.
It’s that time of the year again: The Steam Summer Sale is approaching, the games in your library are piling up, and like most of us, you have no idea which ones are worth playing.
If all of the above applies to you, then I think the following list will help you narrow it down before you go shopping for bundles. They all have “Very Positive” ratings from a few hundred to thousands of reviewers.
Today, I’m going to present some Early Access games published this December. You’ll notice that these title releases haven’t been on the market for very long, which is why there are hardly any reviews on them. They are still in the development and testing phase. Further changes will be made before the full version comes out.
This is a great opportunity to snag a bunch of Early Access discounts through their limited edition special promotional offers. If you are eager to get involved in the current state of their game, then you should give constructive suggestions on the Dev’s community page and report any glitches or bugs you find.
Developer: RobTop Games Publisher: See Above Released on Dec 22, 2014
Geometry Dash is an interesting gem among platforming games on Steam by integrating both classic side-scrolling action and instant-death survival mode to some catchy techno music. Are you up for the challenge ofgetting all 120 achievements? It is listed as an indie action game and I can totally see why.
A powerful saying in both life and video games. No game is perfect and able to keep a person entertained all by itself. Even my favorite game only has around 100 hours clocked in on it, only counting the Steam version.
Luckily, Steam has an easy fix for making sure that their games don’t become stale as quickly with its own section dedicated to content mods called the steam workshop.