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  1. erin harper

    Sniper Rust VR

    Hi, This is Bhavin. I wanted to share the launch update of our game Sniper Rust VR. The full version update for Steam and Oculus will be launched on January 9, 2019, and the Vive version will be launched on January 9, 2019. There are free demos available as well for each Oculus, Steam and Vive. Sniper Rust VR is the first-of-its-kind, sharpshooting experience for Virtual Reality devices. It puts players directly behind the scope of a skilled marksman in this incredibly realistic, first-person sniping experience. Experience immersive VR gameplay featuring a variety of realistic weapons, and outfit yourself with the tools for the job to handle 18 adrenaline-pumping levels. Lock and load! The New update includes bonus level, new enemies, cover mechanism, gun recoil, improved graphics, achievements and much more. Please find more details below. Game Information: https://zatun.com/games/sniper-rust-vr/ Game Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHQ2dFTs2SA Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/710740/Sniper_Rust_VR/ Oculus Trial: https://www.oculus.com/experiences/rift/1786072758117223/ Oculus Full: https://www.oculus.com/experiences/rift/1652078998203854/ Vive Trial: https://www.viveport.com/apps/d5742e3a-21e6-41f4-97d6-855ec18b6326/Sniper_Rust_VR_-_Trial_Version/ It would be great if you can go through the links and check the game out. I look forward to your feedback.
  2. Version

    3101 downloads

    Batch script to automatically downgrade the two Steam versions (both international 3.0 and German 1.01) to US 1.00, which is compatible with every mod French, Italian and German localizations are also included Just extract the zip and run run.bat
  3. Version v1.1

    45 downloads

    The Steam and GOG versions of FlatOut are the v1.0 version. This is the v1.1 patch for FlatOut that works with the digital releases of the game: Steam & GOG. Originally posted by Clya900, the patch was missing 2 files are now included in this download, patch1.bfs, and patch.ini. Without these files, the game would fail to load, and shows a Runtime error. The game now has been tested on the Steam version, and works perfectly fine, however the GOG is untested, but should work just as well. Original patch notes below: FlatOut PC patch v1.1 2004-Dec-10 To install the patch: Copy the Flatout.exe, patch1.bfs and patch.ini files to the root of the install folder (by default this is c:\program files\empire interactive\flatout) and run the game. The following items have been fixed or improved: * Fix for the nVidia 66.93 drivers. The game no longer crashes when a race is started. The game has also been tested up to the 67.03 drivers with no problems found. * Engine fire burns aligned to the car's coordinates, e.g. when the car is upside down, flames go down. * Tuning menu: BHP meter and colors randomly switch when changing profile. * Flip back and forth to statistics screen and the BHP grows bug. * Force feedback slows game in some cases. * 5.1 sound support is not working on some setups. * Disconnects when returning to the lobby in multiplayer games. * When the game briefly minimizes before starting a multiplayer game, sometimes gives a blue screen (this is quite rare, but it does happen sometimes) * Only 2 players can play if NetLimiter is installed. * Bug with public ip detection, if the commandline network options are used. * Enabled a switch to allow the player to turn off ragdoll in single player (located in the Options Menu). * Enabled multiplayer destruction derby.
  4. Voxarp

    SteamPlay/Proton Support

    Hi, my name's Voxarp. I learned of PCGamingWiki from the late TotalBiscuit's videos back in the day and I used to help contribute from time to time but now days I'm mostly just a user. Thanks to everyone involved for providing such a great wiki! Recently Valve has introduced a new feature of SteamPlay called Proton which is a variant of WINE that allows Linux and possibly OSX to run Windows-only games. It's an exciting time! What the community seems to desperately need is a resource to: Report game compatibility, possibly with a WineDB type rating of Bronze/Silver/Gold/Platinum - right now all we have is a spreadsheet on Google Docs. Present fixes and workarounds for games that don't work out of the box. Provide clear delineation between Proton versions, a game might work properly on one Proton version but not another. Possibly provide an overview page with statistics on the percentage of games working, with a table that lets you sort by criteria such as Proton version or compatibility rating. I know this is a lot of effort and not to be taken lightly, but I feel it fits right in with PCGamingWiki's objective of providing fixes and workarounds for every single PC game. Relevant Links Valve's Announcement: https://steamcommunity.com/games/221410/announcements/detail/1696055855739350561 SteamPlay on Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/SteamPlay linux_gaming on Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/linux_gaming Compatibility Spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1DcZZQ4HL_Ol969UbXJmFG8TzOHNnHoj8Q1f8DIFe8-8
  5. Valve have changed the name of the 'Steam Controller API' to 'Steam Input API'. The wiki still has the old name, could it be updated please? :) https://partner.steamgames.com/doc/features/steam_controller
  6. Fwinest JediThug

    Manhunt Steam Fix

    Version

    2284 downloads

    http://steamcommunity.com//sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=232805014 Download the ZIP and drag the contents called "link.exe, Manhunt Fix.bat, mspdb80.dll, patchrun.bat" into you're Manhunt folder. Once the "link.exe, Manhunt Fix.bat, mspdb80.dll, patchrun.bat" is in the Manhunt folder run Manhunt Fix.bat and another command prompt will show up, press enter.
  7. Criticalpwnage

    Quake 3 crashes when turning off GL extensions

    Hello, I tried doing the second part of the steam overlay bug fix to get the overlay working, by turning off GL extensions but Quake 3 crashes. Also, I tried out Quake 3 on my laptop today and it worked just fine with the Steam overlay. I didn't have to change anything, either in steam or in game. My laptop's specs: Intel i5 processor Intel HD 3000 graphics Windows 7 64 bit. My desktop's specs: AMD FX 4300 ATI 5770 graphics card Windows 7 64 bit. I have the 1.32 Point Release patch. My question is what is going on and how can I fix it? I posted this same question on the Steam forums, but I thought that I might get a better answer on here.
  8. Version

    382 downloads

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  9. It would be very helpful for user to know which games are restricted in specific countries on steam. I don't mean CIS and ROW games, more like games affected by 3rd party DRM like GFWL, publisher decision or even something as strange as auto-locked in Japan unless dev/pub manually set it as available in Japan.
  10. Original PCGamesN Source According to Steam's stats page the peak for today was 7,190,525 at once. Last year, on November 26, 2012, the concurrent peak hit 6 million at once. That's a growth of 1 million constant users over one year (plus a few days). This comes just one month after Steam reached the milestone of 65 million registered users, rising over Xbox Live for the first time. (Source: IGN) I couldn't find any solid, recent numbers on the concurrent peaks of PSN and Xbox Live. If anyone has sources for those I'll add them to this post.
  11. Andytizer

    Valve announces Steam Reviews

    Steam Review scores will be shown alongside Metacritic scores on the actual game store page: Interestingly, unlike on Steam Discussions, developers won't be able to directly censor user's written content about their game: Developers will be able to respond to reviews and also have the power to mark as abuse or spam: We sincerely hope that Steam Reviews aren't abused and don't degenerate into the realms of Metacritic user scores or poor Amazon product reviews. More information about Steam Reviews can be found on this page.
  12. Andytizer

    Valve announces Steam Reviews

    Valve has just announced Steam Reviews, a new service that allows Steam users to write, publish and share their reviews of Steam games.Steam Review scores will be shown alongside Metacritic scores on the actual game store page: Interestingly, unlike on Steam Discussions, developers won't be able to directly censor user's written content about their game: Developers will be able to respond to reviews and also have the power to mark as abuse or spam: We sincerely hope that Steam Reviews aren't abused and don't degenerate into the realms of Metacritic user scores or poor Amazon product reviews. More information about Steam Reviews can be found on this page. Click here to view the article
  13. Andytizer

    Steam Autumn Sale 2013 begins

    Steam Autumn Sale is now upon us! We've revived our Steam Sale sitenotice and countdown timer. This should help direct people to help improve these pages which a lot of people will be visiting over the next few days. Let us know what you decide to buy in the comments.
  14. Andytizer

    Steam Autumn Sale 2013 begins

    Steam Autumn Sale is now upon us! We've revived our Steam Sale sitenotice and countdown timer. This should help direct people to help improve these pages which a lot of people will be visiting over the next few days. Let us know what you decide to buy in the comments. Click here to view the article
  15. Steam Family sharing started its Beta access and few lucky accounts can try this new feature. How it works, what do you need to do, what the limitations are and other burning questions we can answer.So how do you share your library with a friend? Unfortunately, one of the big drawbacks is that you will need to have logged into your Steam account onto your friend's machine at least once. Let's say Alice has a game that Bob really wants to play. Alice needs to visit Bob, log in onto Bob's computer with her Steam account and then authorize Bob's computer. Many believed that you can request authorization via Steam profile pages but that is unfortunately not the case. There is an option to request access via email, but again, the person you'd want to borrow a game from needs to have to logged into your machine before. It may be possible to circumvent being physically present by using a remote desktop application such as TeamViewer. When you log on your friend's computer, you are asked to enter Steam Guard password and also you can name your friend's computer for better recognition. Authorizing is done via the Manage family sharing & devices menu, that can be found under Steam > Settings and Account tab. Download attachment: account.jpg There you can see all accessed computers and here you can also authorize or deauthorize machines. Here you have screenshot where This Computer is my main machine and computer named Crystal belongs to my friend and he has access to my steam library. Download attachment: devices.jpg So you managed to gain access to your friends library and now you are wondering, where are the games and how can I play them? Remote libraries are stored in the main Library tab on the bottom of your game list. Games from all libraries are counted so expect number in All Games to rise considerably, but games that both parties own are not shown in remote libraries. Download attachment: lib1.jpg Now you can just pick a game and start downloading it just like it is yours. When games owner wants to play something from his library, you will be given 5 minutes timer to leave the game and notified by Steam overlay notifications every minute. After this period game is forcefully ended (we are suspecting some sort of process killer performs this task). Download attachment: notification.jpg The library owner is also notified who is currently accessing his library, but the notice is not intrusive and is only shown in list view as a single line: Download attachment: lib2.jpg Unfortunately the sharing recipient will be kicked from game A even if library owner will starts playing game B. This rules out any kind of way of sharing a game and playing multiplayer through Steamworks. Currently it is possible for more the Steam library owner to play at the same time as the sharing recipient by switching Steam to Offline mode. That way you can play game from all libraries that are in your computer without interruption. It remains to be seen whether it's possible to have both parties connect to a non-Steamworks multiplayer service, e.g. a Quake III dedicated server. There are indications that this process change in the future, and that the game owner will be able to set more refined rules what games you can access. The SteamOS page states: "Soon, families will have more control over what titles get seen by whom, and more features to allow everyone in the house to get the most out of their Steam libraries". We yet do not know how third party DRM games will behave exactly (Uplay, GFWL games) but they are also shared in the library. We suspect that you will need a new account (and therefore to purchase the game individually) for this to work. Update: Uplay and GFWL games are protected by CD-Key that will be shared with your friend. Steam library is being updated and these games should not be shared anymore, however some low profile games still can be shared. Do not share your library unless you've claimed (started playing) all your third party and CD Key protected games. Update 2: Beta participants can share their libraries with ordinary users, but ordinary users can't share their libraries back. Be sure to come back for updates as we are still researching this new feature or visit official guide at Steam Support page. Many thanks to user Crystal for assisting with testing. Click here to view the article
  16. So how do you share your library with a friend? Unfortunately, one of the big drawbacks is that you will need to have logged into your Steam account onto your friend's machine at least once. Let's say Alice has a game that Bob really wants to play. Alice needs to visit Bob, log in onto Bob's computer with her Steam account and then authorize Bob's computer. Many believed that you can request authorization via Steam profile pages but that is unfortunately not the case. There is an option to request access via email, but again, the person you'd want to borrow a game from needs to have to logged into your machine before. It may be possible to circumvent being physically present by using a remote desktop application such as TeamViewer. When you log on your friend's computer, you are asked to enter Steam Guard password and also you can name your friend's computer for better recognition. Authorizing is done via the Manage family sharing & devices menu, that can be found under Steam > Settings and Account tab. There you can see all accessed computers and here you can also authorize or deauthorize machines. Here you have screenshot where This Computer is my main machine and computer named Crystal belongs to my friend and he has access to my steam library. So you managed to gain access to your friends library and now you are wondering, where are the games and how can I play them? Remote libraries are stored in the main Library tab on the bottom of your game list. Games from all libraries are counted so expect number in All Games to rise considerably, but games that both parties own are not shown in remote libraries. Now you can just pick a game and start downloading it just like it is yours. When games owner wants to play something from his library, you will be given 5 minutes timer to leave the game and notified by Steam overlay notifications every minute. After this period game is forcefully ended (we are suspecting some sort of process killer performs this task). The library owner is also notified who is currently accessing his library, but the notice is not intrusive and is only shown in list view as a single line: Unfortunately the sharing recipient will be kicked from game A even if library owner will starts playing game B. This rules out any kind of way of sharing a game and playing multiplayer through Steamworks. Currently it is possible for more the Steam library owner to play at the same time as the sharing recipient by switching Steam to Offline mode. That way you can play game from all libraries that are in your computer without interruption. It remains to be seen whether it's possible to have both parties connect to a non-Steamworks multiplayer service, e.g. a Quake III dedicated server. There are indications that this process change in the future, and that the game owner will be able to set more refined rules what games you can access. The SteamOS page states: "Soon, families will have more control over what titles get seen by whom, and more features to allow everyone in the house to get the most out of their Steam libraries". We yet do not know how third party DRM games will behave exactly (Uplay, GFWL games) but they are also shared in the library. We suspect that you will need a new account (and therefore to purchase the game individually) for this to work. Update: Uplay and GFWL games are protected by CD-Key that will be shared with your friend. Steam library is being updated and these games should not be shared anymore, however some low profile games still can be shared. Do not share your library unless you've claimed (started playing) all your third party and CD Key protected games. Update 2: Beta participants can share their libraries with ordinary users, but ordinary users can't share their libraries back. Be sure to come back for updates as we are still researching this new feature or visit official guide at Steam Support page. Many thanks to user Crystal for assisting with testing.
  17. Valve have announced the spec (or should I say, specs) for their own prototype Steam Machine (the very same being sent out to 300 lucky beta testers (cough, winners).Multiple specs are being released with the following components: GPU: some units with NVidia Titan, some GTX780, some GTX760, and some GTX660 CPU: some boxes with Intel i7-4770, some i5-4570, and some i3 RAM: 16GB DDR3-1600 (CPU), 3GB GDDR5 (GPU) Storage: 1TB/8GB Hybrid SSHD Power Supply: Internal 450w 80Plus Gold Dimensions: approx. 12 x 12.4 x 2.9 in high It's interesting that Valve have chosen to supply a single standardised unit size, but offer a variety GPUs and CPUs. Will Valve eventually be selling a case/motherboard/PSU/controller combo, and let the user pick and choose their own CPU and GPU? This would be similar to how other small form factor (SFF) PCs are sold, for example, the Shuttle. Or will they eventually offer their own Steam Machine are multiple price points and include every single component? Click here to view the article
  18. Multiple specs are being released with the following components: GPU: some units with NVidia Titan, some GTX780, some GTX760, and some GTX660 CPU: some boxes with Intel i7-4770, some i5-4570, and some i3 RAM: 16GB DDR3-1600 (CPU), 3GB GDDR5 (GPU) Storage: 1TB/8GB Hybrid SSHD Power Supply: Internal 450w 80Plus Gold Dimensions: approx. 12 x 12.4 x 2.9 in high It's interesting that Valve have chosen to supply a single standardised unit size, but offer a variety GPUs and CPUs. Will Valve eventually be selling a case/motherboard/PSU/controller combo, and let the user pick and choose their own CPU and GPU? This would be similar to how other small form factor (SFF) PCs are sold, for example, the Shuttle. Or will they eventually offer their own Steam Machine are multiple price points and include every single component?
  19. Andytizer

    Valve announces Steam Controller

    Valve have released their third and final announcement for the Steam Controller, a new proprietary controller.The controller is unique in employing dual trackpads as opposed to the more traiditional dual analogue sticks: Another innovative feature is the centralised touchscreen: Download attachment: steamcontroller2.jpg Another feature includes specialised haptics within each touchscreen: Thoughts A bold move from Valve to try and reinvent the controller and make it more accessible for traditional mouse-based games. However I'm a little bit confused about how the controller will function with Xbox/PlayStation titles, especially as the 8 face buttons are effectively gone (4 D-pad buttons, 4 face buttons) and have been replaced by the centralised buttons near the touchscreen. Many games may require extensive remapping for them to work as intended, which defeats many of the plug and play advantages of say, using an Xbox 360 controller. Click here to view the article
  20. Andytizer

    Valve announces Steam Controller

    The controller is unique in employing dual trackpads as opposed to the more traiditional dual analogue sticks: Another innovative feature is the centralised touchscreen: Another feature includes specialised haptics within each touchscreen: Thoughts A bold move from Valve to try and reinvent the controller and make it more accessible for traditional mouse-based games. However I'm a little bit confused about how the controller will function with Xbox/PlayStation titles, especially as the 8 face buttons are effectively gone (4 D-pad buttons, 4 face buttons) and have been replaced by the centralised buttons near the touchscreen. Many games may require extensive remapping for them to work as intended, which defeats many of the plug and play advantages of say, using an Xbox 360 controller.
  21. Valve have announced that they will enter the hardware space in 2014 with their own SteamOS device. Not only are Valve creating their own device, they have also announced a new range made by third parties which they are calling Steam Machines with the choice of "multiple SteamOS machines to choose from, made by different manufacturers". Valve are keeping details of their prototype close to their chest, and we can only speculate as to what kind of specifications it will have. They merely mention that "there will ultimately be several boxes to choose from, with an array of specifications, price, and performance." 300 of the prototypes will be made available to the public for those who wish to participate in a beta test. The deadline for this is October 25th, and requires the completion of an 'Eligibility Quest'. As it stands, it's a lottery as we expect hundreds of thousands, if not millions, to sign up. If the PCGamingWiki community could all try and get on board, we might have a chance of getting first-hand impressions of the device.
  22. Andytizer

    SteamOS announced by Valve

    In-home Streaming Local streaming is a clever way of circumventing the issue of compatibility with the vast library of non-Linux Steam games. The tech exists and it's solid - it's comparable to the WiFi streaming function of an Nvidia Shield (hopefully without the ridiculous tech requirements) or the streaming capability of the PlayStation 4 and Vita, where a beefy base unit can be used to stream high fidelity games to other devices at low latencies. Music, TV, Movies Another interesting feature that may put the (yet unannounced) device in competition with other devices like Apple TV, Roku and of course the media functionality of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. I wonder if Valve have the clout to incorporate major streaming companies like Netflix from launch. Family Sharing A feature that has already been announced, but it would be great to hear more specifics about how this works. My biggest hope is that it'll now be possible to be logged into a single Steam account in more than one place - no more logged in and out of accounts just to jump between two different computers, a little bugbear of mine. Family Options Again, it would be wonderful to get more details on this. My son will be coming to the age and will be wanting to play PC games. Being able to share games between would be fantastic, instead of having to setup a brand new account and potentially doubling up on purchases. And the possibility of creating a PCGamingWiki 'family' account for testing purposes is an intriguing proposition. Thoughts Whilst the big announcement here is SteamOS the Linux platform, I don't think this is the real news. Valve have thrown their weight behind Linux, but we have yet to hear of other major third party support in the 'AAA' arena announce simultaneous multiplatform Linux game releases in the near future. Until third-party Linux support gains more traction, it'll be tough to maintain a Linux-only gaming environment, especially if this means ditching support for the enormous PC gaming back catalogue on Windows and Mac. Thankfully we'll be able to maintain compatibility with Windows and Mac games by streaming them from another PC. For me, this is the really big news - being able to maintain whatever OS I want my HTPC, and stream games from my main beefy desktop. Or - maintain a single 'game server' running Windows, and stream to multiple low-end devices, e.g. a low-price HTPC, a netbook, etc. Of course the next announcement is likely to be something to do with the specific hardware of the oft-rumoured 'Steambox'. Any guesses as to what this will look like? My bet is on multiple pricepoints, with one being a budget streaming box similar to the PS Vita TV, and one being a hefty gaming HTPC similar to the Xi3 Piston, both running SteamOS.
  23. Andytizer

    SteamOS announced by Valve

    First in the series of planned announcements, Valve has announced SteamOS, SteamOS is a brand new operating system based on Linux that's designed to be used in the living room. New features to SteamOS and Steam include:In-home Streaming Local streaming is a clever way of circumventing the issue of compatibility with the vast library of non-Linux Steam games. The tech exists and it's solid - it's comparable to the WiFi streaming function of an Nvidia Shield (hopefully without the ridiculous tech requirements) or the streaming capability of the PlayStation 4 and Vita, where a beefy base unit can be used to stream high fidelity games to other devices at low latencies. Music, TV, Movies Another interesting feature that may put the (yet unannounced) device in competition with other devices like Apple TV, Roku and of course the media functionality of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. I wonder if Valve have the clout to incorporate major streaming companies like Netflix from launch. Family Sharing A feature that has already been announced, but it would be great to hear more specifics about how this works. My biggest hope is that it'll now be possible to be logged into a single Steam account in more than one place - no more logged in and out of accounts just to jump between two different computers, a little bugbear of mine. Family Options Again, it would be wonderful to get more details on this. My son will be coming to the age and will be wanting to play PC games. Being able to share games between would be fantastic, instead of having to setup a brand new account and potentially doubling up on purchases. And the possibility of creating a PCGamingWiki 'family' account for testing purposes is an intriguing proposition. Thoughts Whilst the big announcement here is SteamOS the Linux platform, I don't think this is the real news. Valve have thrown their weight behind Linux, but we have yet to hear of other major third party support in the 'AAA' arena announce simultaneous multiplatform Linux game releases in the near future. Until third-party Linux support gains more traction, it'll be tough to maintain a Linux-only gaming environment, especially if this means ditching support for the enormous PC gaming back catalogue on Windows and Mac. Thankfully we'll be able to maintain compatibility with Windows and Mac games by streaming them from another PC. For me, this is the really big news - being able to maintain whatever OS I want my HTPC, and stream games from my main beefy desktop. Or - maintain a single 'game server' running Windows, and stream to multiple low-end devices, e.g. a low-price HTPC, a netbook, etc. Of course the next announcement is likely to be something to do with the specific hardware of the oft-rumoured 'Steambox'. Any guesses as to what this will look like? My bet is on multiple pricepoints, with one being a budget streaming box similar to the PS Vita TV, and one being a hefty gaming HTPC similar to the Xi3 Piston, both running SteamOS. Download attachment: steamos2.jpg Click here to view the article
  24. Andytizer

    Steam announced 'Family Sharing'

    Announcement is available on Steam, as well as a detailed FAQ here: Remember to sign up to beta access by joining the Steam Family Sharing Group. Family Sharing isn't available for games with some forms of third-party DRM; refer to the The Big List of 3rd Party DRM on Steam for details. Click here to view the article
  25. Andytizer

    Steam announced 'Family Sharing'

    Announcement is available on Steam, as well as a detailed FAQ here: Remember to sign up to beta access by joining the Steam Family Sharing Group. Family Sharing isn't available for games with some forms of third-party DRM; refer to the The Big List of 3rd Party DRM on Steam for details.
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