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Submitted by DominicTarason 1323d ago | news

Steaming Up For A Very Indie Christmas

DIYGamer: I hear a rumbling. The sound of a thousand reindeer’s hooves. The sound of many jolly fat men falling down chimneys. And the sound of a plethora of indie games on Steam updating all at once, adding new content, levels, achievements and more. It’s no secret that Valve have strong ties with a great many indie studios, but I think they might just be pulling out all the stops today. (Nuclear Dawn, PC, Sanctum, Steam)

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