Competition: Win a Be Quiet! Bundle and Coolers!
Prizes worth over £500!
Prices not falling any time soon.
More specifically, the 'no refunds' policy.
Game details now hidden by default.
Aims to block bot manipulation.
Fans raise conflict of interest concerns.
No refunds on DLC, though.
You can still review them, though.
Voting gone, submission fee to rise.
Not eligible for listing, Valve claims.
Gamers in Myanmar get blocked.
Admission of Windows Store's failings?
For 10 per cent, mind you.
Save yourself some cash next sale.
Adds new trading restrictions.
You'll have to download the games, tho'.
Blade laptops not just for LoL, it claims.
30 day period for faulty products.
Apologises for poor port performance.
No group chat for cheapskates.
Buyers left out of pocket as a result.
Free for all Origin users, new or old.
Can wipe out all your data system-wide.
Cross-border gifting and trading blocked.
No trades for 30 days, company mandates.
Valve has been taken to court by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission over its refund policy.
Good Old Games has started supporting Linux with more than 50 games added to the library for the free OS.
A batch of Sniper Elite 3 keys have been cancelled after it emerged that they had been stolen and re-sold to vendors.