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All the Steam badges collected in one handy gallery

Last week saw the launch of Steam’s trading card game, a new system that sees cards dropped while playing through some of Valve’s catalogue. Collect a full set of cards and you can craft them into a badge for XP that levels up your player profile. Collect a set of cards again and you can craft a better badge.

The folk over at NeoGaf have collected together all the badges discovered so far.

Below, see them in all their glory.

According to the NeoGaffer who collected the images together, Gintoki, these are only the normal badges. Apparently there are also special foil badges, though they've not yet come across any of them.

Here are the Team Fortress 2 badges:

Portal 2:

Dota 2:

Half Life 2:

Counter Strike: Global Offensive:

And, also, Don’t Starve (the only non-Vavle game currently on offer:

Tim’s been playing around in the trading card beta and, frankly, has found it a little scary.

For more details on the new card system and how to get into the beta head over here.

 

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