Jordan Mechner, creator of Prince of Persia, returns to gaming with a digital version of Karateka.
The puzzle-platformer Planet in Distress may be too much heartache for one boy -- and may put the player in distress as well.
Valve expects the next update to include 10 more games and the service's first software titles, but isn't ready to announce any specifics.
A Steam for Linux beta will support two Valve games and one from an outside developer.
Just fill out a survey and the developer may invite you to come out to its Pacific Northwest-based headquarters to looks at some of its products.
Forget Half-Life 3! Steam has 3D-modeling and photo-editing software.
Valve updates its progress on the Linux version of its game download store.
Steam is in trouble for holding its customers' games hostage until it agrees to the end-user license agreement. Germany's primary customer-advocacy group demands that Valve end this practice.
Gateways is a new puzzle-platformer that can teach us the benefits of learning from other games.
Starting later today, you'll be able to access Valve's TV-optimized version of Steam. Say goodbye to your desk chair.
The New York Times profile of Valve offers three cool revelations: Valve's goggles project, the beta test for Steam Big Picture, and its conflict with Microsoft over the Windows app store.
Now you can join the Bats and Jokerz of Gotham City Impostors at no cost on Steam.
Valve unleashes the crowd with the debut of Steam Greenlight.
Steam is known for its great deals on PC and Mac titles, but this fall, the platform will become a source for nongaming software.
Richard Spitalny of First Star Software discusses the iOS remake of his classic Spy vs Spy and the changes he's seen over 30 years in video game development.
Chief executive Gabe Newell talks about gaming innovations and life at Valve.
Despite the savings on offer, some people use the Summer Sale to ask strangers to buy them things.
If you follow VentureBeat but don’t regularly check our GamesBeat site, here’s a list of the best games stories we ran over the last seven days that you may have missed.
Valve's Steam app for mobile devices accidentally began showing categories for nongaming-related applications. We turn to some experts to see what this could mean for developers and the industry at large.
Chris Petrovic (pictured above) is the general manager of GameStop Digital Ventures. His job is to make sure that the world’s largest video game retailer crosses over into the digital era, when gamers are as likely to download a digital …