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It’s that time of year again, the time where we spend insane amount of money on the ones we love, or at least like. Looking for some last minute gifts for the gamer or lover of all things geek in your life? Then we gotcha covered. Here’s our list on what should be under that Christmas tree.

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Win a zombie survival kit from our friends at Glitch Gear
The wonderful and creative folks at Glitch Gaming have partnered with us to make your Halloween a little more zombie filled with this deliciously zombie-tastic prize package. Which if you’re looking for a quick Halloween costume will work just dandy along with helping you look fashionable while running from the undead. 
Here’s how to win: Reblog this post and a winner will be chosen this Friday Oct 25th. Open to US Residents only. Make sure to have your ask/email options open so we can contact you. 
[WINNER CHOSEN]

Win a zombie survival kit from our friends at Glitch Gear

The wonderful and creative folks at Glitch Gaming have partnered with us to make your Halloween a little more zombie filled with this deliciously zombie-tastic prize package. Which if you’re looking for a quick Halloween costume will work just dandy along with helping you look fashionable while running from the undead. 

Here’s how to win: Reblog this post and a winner will be chosen this Friday Oct 25th. Open to US Residents only. Make sure to have your ask/email options open so we can contact you. 

[WINNER CHOSEN]

Valve announces the Steam Controller, looks futuristic as f*ck
Valve always seems to be ahead of the curve, sure perhaps not on a Half-Life 3 that we all want but with digital distribution and community features Valve knocks it out of the park. Their week long announcement extravaganza has ended with the announcement of a new controller, which looks like something that would be right at home in some space station in the year 2098. 
The controller will work with every game in the Steam catalog according to Valve; from the past (even games with no native controller support) all the way to the eventual Half-Life 3, which my children will finally be able to play in the year 2022 (if we’re lucky). You can check out more details on the fancy device and even join in a Beta program here. 

Valve announces the Steam Controller, looks futuristic as f*ck

Valve always seems to be ahead of the curve, sure perhaps not on a Half-Life 3 that we all want but with digital distribution and community features Valve knocks it out of the park. Their week long announcement extravaganza has ended with the announcement of a new controller, which looks like something that would be right at home in some space station in the year 2098. 

The controller will work with every game in the Steam catalog according to Valve; from the past (even games with no native controller support) all the way to the eventual Half-Life 3, which my children will finally be able to play in the year 2022 (if we’re lucky). You can check out more details on the fancy device and even join in a Beta program here

Heavy Metal

Team Fortress 2's lovable Heavy is getting some Robot love from the folks at ThreeA. These limited edition Robot Heavy’s are 12 inches of LED powered death and can be yours for around $220 US individually or as a tag-team of action for $400 US. They’ll be available for pre-order tonight. If you pick these up you’ll also get a nifty TF2 item (some hat). 

Via: Bambaland

Valve Announces SteamOS

Do you want a Steambox? Well make your own. That’s what Valve is saying with their announcement of SteamOS. 

Steam is coming to a new operating system

As we’ve been working on bringing Steam to the living room, we’ve come to the conclusion that the
environment best suited to delivering value to customers is an operating system built around Steam itself.
SteamOS combines the rock-solid architecture of Linux with a gaming experience built for the big screen.
It will be available soon as a free stand-alone operating system for living room machines. More details on the new SteamOS can be found here. 

Say hello to Steambox
Valve and Xi3 have announced their partnership for the Piston, a new custom mini-form factor PC designed for Steam’s Big Picture Mode. Specs are still undisclosed but the price point being thrown around is somewhere in the $999 area. Expect more details later this year, as the Piston is currently still in prototype. 
Via: Polygon

Say hello to Steambox

Valve and Xi3 have announced their partnership for the Piston, a new custom mini-form factor PC designed for Steam’s Big Picture Mode. Specs are still undisclosed but the price point being thrown around is somewhere in the $999 area. Expect more details later this year, as the Piston is currently still in prototype. 

Via: Polygon

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