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    #1
    Could be cool I guess? thoughts?

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    #2
    Makes sense they were working on something big, they havent really came out with any big titles for awhile

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    #3
    If they found a way of properly emulating a PC, and let people play their steam libraries on their TVs, then I'd be keen.
    But as just another competitor to the console war? I'll pass.

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    #4
    HL3 please thanks

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    #5
    Just went to post this. Fuuuuuu

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    #6
    Sounds very interesting.... very interesting indeed

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    #7
    Sounds like we're all redditing tonight then.

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    #8


    Playing with custom ROMS

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    #9
    Steam is a buggy piece of shit though.

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    #10
    even though ill still use my PC, will buy this just because!

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    Meyrl wrote:
    Steam is a buggy piece of shit though.
    You're kidding right? Steam is and I don't think I'm overstating this ****ing amazing. The local prices for many of the games on steam is shit, Our less then spectacular Internet data caps that limits the usefulness of steam is shit. Steam is awesome. Steam co-marketed P.C spec? **** yeah!

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    #12
    Meyrl wrote:
    Steam is a buggy piece of shit though.
    Comment is not only incorrect, but irrelevant.

    As for A Valve console/set top box/Cloud PC I dont care too much one way or the other. If it is real based on Valve time we should have it by 2030 if we're lucky.

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    #13
    No offense to the op, but .. Yawn.

    That sounds almost as exciting as PC gaming, which was awesome like 10 years ago.

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    #14
    Awesome idea. I'm not sure how it will fare against Google and Apple's boxes. Maybe it's better for them to team up.

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    treehurst wrote:
    No offense to the op, but .. Yawn.

    That sounds almost as exciting as PC gaming, which was awesome like 10 years ago.

    ???

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    cryocore wrote:
    Comment is not only incorrect, but irrelevant.
    How is it irrelevant, if steam is buggy, the console software will be too.

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    Meyrl wrote:
    How is it irrelevant, if steam is buggy, the console software will be too.
    There's a difference between a piece of software that runs on Windows and a piece of software that runs directly on the hardware.

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    saajiik wrote:
    There's a difference between a piece of software that runs on Windows and a piece of software that runs directly on the hardware.
    Your point? it is still software coded by the same team.

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    Meyrl wrote:
    Your point? it is still software coded by the same team.

    Dude the hardware will be all the same, which removes a ton of problems.

    I've had Steam since the HL2 and I've had zero glitches apart from the initial launch problems.

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    Meyrl wrote:
    Your point? it is still software coded by the same team.
    So you expect everyone fluent in English to be fluent in Spanish also? After all, they're still the same person....


    O_o

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    #21
    this is interesting! a new challenger appears
    p.s, Steam is great, don't hate

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    Meyrl wrote:
    Your point? it is still software coded by the same team.
    Sweet Jesus! Y U No understand!?!?!?!?!?!

    1: Steam is NOT buggy. In fact considering the immense user base (Millions of users) its one of the most well coded and solid pieces of software out there. 99.999999999999999% of Steam issues are either User, OS, or ISP related. Get it?

    2: The difference between Hardware and Software should be pretty fcuken obvious, but I'll explain it it just for you. I'll use small words as to not *confuse (*make hard for the brain) you.
    Hardware is designed by *engineers (*smart with the making of things), software is written and by *programmers (*usually smart with the computers and maths). These are two *distinct (*not the same) groups. Besides that when you have control of the hardware you can *utilise (*use) it more *efficiently (*better and simpler) as you dont need to deal with *third parties (*them who aint Valve). So everything is tailored to that specific device. No barriers, no bullshit. Its why *consoles (magic box) are as *efficient (work good) as they are with such limited and old hardware.

    Based on your comments thus far I can only assume you're probably not smart enough to understand why you dont get it, but thats ok I am sure that there is a future in *food preparation (*potato peeler), or *custodial services (*mop jocky, bin emptier, shit cleaner) for you.

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    #23
    Bravo.

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    #24
    As long as it doesn't need to be connected to the internet to work properly

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    #25
    ZZZZZZZZ, announce a new Half-Life game already.