The Steam Autumn Sale resulted in Valve taking too many orders for the Steam Controller which has now fully sold out. Refunds have been given.
After a delay due to apparent violations of Apple's app guidelines, the Steam Link app has finally made it to iOS devices.
The Steam Link from Valve will no longer be in production, and the company confirmed that the device is nearly sold out in the United States.
Apple's Senior VP of Marketing Phil Schiller takes aim at Valve in new statement, claiming Steam Link violated App Store guidelines.
Bad news for iOS device owners, as Valve's Steam Link won't be coming to Apple devices anytime in the near future due to supposed "business conflicts."
If you like to play your PC games on mobile platforms or smart TVs, Steam is soon going to offer its own native application to do just that.
The Steam Link and Controller are both down to all-time low prices of $15 and $35 respectively, in time for the annual Summer Sale.
The Steam Link and Controller are both at nearly all-time lows on Amazon for a limited time for PC players looking for a little gaming flexibility.
Today Valve released a new trailer of the upcoming Steam Link, that acts as a bridge between your PC and any TV, and that will be released this November.
On Friday the Steam Controller, Steam Link, and the first two Steam Machines from Alienware and SYBER went up for pre-order. Each has a different tier of power and price so let's break down what you can