Valve enters Twitch’s streaming domain with Steam Broadcasting

Valve’s juggernaut digital PC gaming platform Steam today added a major new feature: broadcasting. Steam Broadcasting allows Steam users to watch their friends’ games with just one press of a button.

In a statement, Valve said Steam Broadcasting was designed for “ease of use.” And indeed, it is simple. All you’ll need to do is click “Watch Game” on your friend’s profile to see their gameplay.

Valve points out that there are no strings attached–you don’t have to also own the game, pay a fee, or install any additional apps. To try out Steam Broadcasting today, all you need to do is opt in to the Steam Client Beta, which you can do through the Steam Settings panel.

Find out more about the beta here.



Skeleton Lords (Mr. Short-Arms-Small-Hands), Ruin Sentinels, Belfry Gargoyles, and Lost Sinner

Hey guys, I’ve recently had a couple thefts of my work. It sucks that the actions of a few should affect everyone’s enjoyment of my work, but I see no other way to protect myself and my art. 
I hope you can forgive the lowered resolution of my work. I hope that you continue to support me as you have, and I hope that these measures do not affect your ability to enjoy my art!

I had some catching up to do! Here are all of the bosses I drew during my very first and very successful stream on Twitch yesterday! If you missed it, you can catch the whole thing right HERE.

And make sure to send me a Follow! I plan to stream again on THURSDAY at 6PM EST. (Oops! I have an appointment on Thursday! I’ll do a short one hour quick sketch on Thursday and then a longer stream Friday at the same time!)

BUT! I want you guys to participate as well!

Let’s all draw these bosses together!

You don’t have to run by my schedule, but the idea is we all draw our own unique take on each boss in Dark Souls 2!

To participate, all you have to do is start posting your drawings of the bosses, and tag them #darksouls2bossrush

For reference, here’s a list of ALL THE BOSSES!