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How Valve is Earning $30,000 Per Day From Steam Summer Sale Trading Cards

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Steam trading cards have been around for over a year now, and most people I know still have no idea what they are or how they work.  In my mind, virtual trading cards have no value.  They fall into a category with gym memberships and the extra 14 packets of fire sauce that come with

Steam’s New Early Access Program is a Tough Sell

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Yesterday, Valve launched the Early Access program on Steam, whereby players can purchase games that are still in their developmental stages, long before they are officially released.  The idea is that, by purchasing these alpha builds, players can gain early access to games they find interesting, while contributing both feedback and early financing to the

CD Changers: The Rise of Digital Distribution

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It is not remotely surprising that this sort of thing is occurring, and that developers are getting behind it.  After all, the rise of digital distribution was always inevitable, right?  There is nothing tangible about a video game, and the tangibility of the distribution process, to this point, has always seemed a little forced.  We