Awesomenauts hits Steam on August 1st

Awesomenauts, the 2D side-scrolling action/strategy game from Ronimo Games, is coming to PC via Steam on August 1st (next Wednesday). The game first launched for consoles through the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade in May this year, and now it's coming to PC, presumably for the same $10 price tag the console version carried.

As Joystiq points out, Awesomenauts on PC looks to carry all the character DLC available for the consoles right in the initial release. While the Steam release next week is just for Windows-based machines, word is that a Mac version will be coming shortly afterwards.

Hit up the source link below if you want to get more information about the game before the launch.

Via: Joystiq
Source: Steam

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I'm in two minds about steam. First it's nice having a system that has all your games listed and updatable etc. But all in all when you download something you don't have the downloaded files and have to REdownload should something go wrong (or re-install).
Also, I only check the store tab for new releases, and use the game library. all other features barely touched.
I also don't like the way steam games are kept and required to run on a system. feels klunky.
The biggest thing i hate is that i can't change my account name, what's up with that! so now I have a stupid name i entered as a temp to see what steam was all about, and then receiving gifts from friends, and WHAM, stuck with it.

They do have great specials though

Albert said,
this looks fun. i despise steam, though, in fact. any gaming clients or portals is not welcome.

Can i ask why?

Shikaka said,

Can i ask why?

It's popular and awesome, some people hate that. Or, Change scares them. Conspiracy theories might also be a reason. Basically, there is no real logical reason, aside from it being a mass suicide cult; that's a legitimate and growing concern of mine from Steam.