Steam is the agoraphobic gamer's best friend: all the joy of video games, none of the hassle of venturing "outside" with "people" to acquire them. So it's with these folks in mind that we deliver the latest news from Valve's land of digital distribution: Sega is beefing up their offerings on Steam – currently limited to Medieval II and Rome: Total War – beginning with Sega Rally Revo and Sega Rally (both available now) to be followed with the rather high profile RTS Universe at War as well as the movie tie-in The Golden Compass next month.
There's also some good news for our European friends: those previously available Sega titles are now also available in "Europe and most of the world." Oh, and you can look forward to Sega's Worldwide Soccer Manager and Futbol [sic] Manager if that sorta thing interests you. We'll probably stick with the alien invasion one.
Sega beefs up Steam offerings: Universe at War and more coming
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