A messy legal situation for the Lovecraft adventure game has become even stranger.
An legal battle over the control of the Lovecraft game has gotten stranger, with the studio advocating against buying the game on Steam.
Naming your studio "Very Positive" seems very clever, until the people running Steam catch on.
The studio issued a public policy for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions, telling folks to seek a refund. Chaos ensued.
And it lets you put a hat on a dog.
Not many people played the underrated Wii U game. That's gonna change soon.
It'll hit Rockstar's downloader and the Epic Games Store first, before arriving on Steam in December.
'Ooblets' developer Glumberland received 'tens of thousands' abusive messages after the announcement last week.
After being embroiled in a political controversy, 'Devotion' disappeared from Steam, and it's unclear when it's coming back.
The European Commission is mad at Valve, Capcom, ZeniMax, and other publishers for region-locking activation keys and allegedly preventing cross-border sales.
Epic’s new store has started a war with Steam, representing two titans duking it out for dominance.