Build, destroy, and wreak havoc with Day 10 of sale
The Steam sale is drawing close to an end, but there are still plenty of deals in sight. Today, we've got Prison Architect for $19.79 (normally $29.99), Assassin's Creed 3 for $23.99 (normally $39.99), and Saints Row: The Third for $4.99(normally $19.99).
Valve targets high school students with Pipeline campaign
Valve has debuted an interesting new experiment known as Pipeline, a program focusing on preparing high school students for a career in video game design. Created by high school interns at Valve for their peers, The Pipeline website as it stands is more like a repository of questions and answers for those looking to jumpstart a career in the game industry, but Valve is looking to expand further.
The Steam Summer Sale has been in full effect since Thursday, with a boatload of new steals and deals available each day. Today's summer sizzlers include Portal 2 for $5 (normally $20), Hitman Absolution for $6.24 (normally $25), and Fallout: New Vegas for $2.50 (normally $20).
As you might have heard, Steam’s Summer Sale is in effect as of Thursday, with tons of new game deals announced each day. Today’s scorching deals include Tomb Raider for $12.50 (normally $50), The Witcher 2 for $5 (normally $20), and Age of Empires HD Edition for $10 (normally $20).
All expecting parents have read What to Expect When You’re Expecting, because when that little bundle of joy drops out of mommy, you’d better be ready with lots of paper towels and a whole lot of specialized knowledge about what to do from that moment forward. Though it’s not quite as messy (or scary), a new PC requires a similar sort of informed approach if you want to raise it properly from the moment it squirts out of the Fed Ex truck and into your life. You’ll be tempted to pick it up and coo, “Who's a widdle PC?,” and then immediately benchmark the shinola out of it. We understand the impulse, and the excitement, but hold your horses, cowboy. You’ve got to take it slow with a new rig, and get it set up correctly the first time, or else all your future efforts will be for naught. That’s where we come in.
Note: This article was originally featured in the March 2013 issue of the magazine.