Steam: There's a new top rated game of all time

Steam: There's a new top rated game of all time


There's a new leader in the top rated games on Steam. Valve's Portal 2 has held this throne for a long time, but now Terraria from Re-Logic has taken over this place. This emerges from the ranking of the Steam Top 250. The sandbox title currently has over 557,000 reviews on Steam, 98% of which are positive.

Although Portal 2's 99% positive share of 189,000 reviews is above the value of Terraria, the rating system does that Game from Re-Logic ranked number 1 because of the larger number of user ratings. Both titles are celebrating their 10th anniversary this year. Portal 2 was published in April 2011 - Terraria followed just one month later in May 2011. Terraria is in fifth place in the SteamDB ranking because of a different weighting. Here Portal 2 is still the front runner - right behind: Factorio, Hades and The Witcher 3.


Terraria: Launch trailer for the Switch version of the sandbox game loadVideoPlayer (' 81459 ',' & sAdSetCsategory = article_featured ', 12, '16: 9', false, 1368995, false, 69900, 260, false, 0, '', '', false); Terraria from € 23.99 Even with a look at the sales figures for Terraria, there is currently something to celebrate at Re-Logic. The creators have announced that the game has now sold 35 million times. 17.2 million copies fall on the PC version, 8.5 million on the console version and 9.3 million units on the sandbox title for mobile devices. A few days ago Terraria was also released for Google Stadia. In June of last year, "Journey's End" was the last comprehensive update for the popular game for the time being.

Source: Re-Logic

Frustrated Nier: Automata Players Review Bomb Steam Version

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Nier: Automata fans are flocking to Steam to vent their frustrations about game quality.

According to PC Gamer, the Steam version is inferior to the Xbox Game Pass version. The Xbox port is based on the Nier: Automata Become as Gods Edition, which brought with it several notable changes, including a borderless video setting that resolves a problem that persists on Steam.

On Steam, the game launches with a fixed image setting, no matter what the user sets as their resolution. Players had to find workarounds themselves, with developers seemingly turning a blind eye.

When Nier: Automata came to Xbox Game Pass earlier this month, the resolution issue had been fixed. It also received a slew of other patches to improve crashes and additional performance problems. Frustrated that the Steam version did not get the same treatment, fans have been review bombing the Nier: Automata Steam page. The game has received over 500 negative reviews in the last few days alone.

The game hasn't switched over to a negative review rating just yet, but players have a very unified call to action that they're voicing loudly with negative reviews.

So far, there have been no official comments on the situation by Square Enix or anyone associated with the game. However, it's been made quite clear that the Steam version isn't quite the best place to experience Nier: Automata right now.