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Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Sam Posten, Dec 19, 2011.
How much would all those games have cost without the sale but on with their typical common discount? Now that would have been an interesting number.
It was a great sale! Too bad I don't have the time to play everything I bought!
Hate Origin, hope this comes to Steam:http://www.penny-arcade.com/report/article/eas-much-hated-origin-service-will-now-let-you-return-games-with-some-strin
I am excite:http://www.engadget.com/2013/09/20/Valve-Steam-Box-teaser/
1 - SteamOS for people to build their own SteamBox.
2 - Retail release of Valve brand SteamBox. (Probably announce other partnerships, too)
3 - Some sort of streaming service to compete with OnLive SteamStream? Pipeline?
Bonus wishful thinking - SteamStreaming on PS4 using Gaikai tech, allowing PS4 to play all of your Steam PC game library over the internets!
You forgot: Halflife 3!
I'd like that wishful thinking one. I really do not like playing games on a laptop or PC. I like to sit on a couch and play games, not at a desk.
First of 3 was obvious:
The SteamOS announcement hinted at my #3 above (streaming service) but I imagine it's going to be a nVidia Shield, Wii U, or PS4/Vita kind of local streaming. Even so, neat.
Maybe a tablet =p
Prototypes this year, big launch next year:
I like your wishful thinking!
Sounds like we will see a dedicated controller Friday!
3 minutes to go, many holding out hope for HL3. Are you ready for a miracle?
No HL3 but the controller looks VERY cool:
Eh. I think modern controllers are what I think of as 95% solutions. They're not 100% perfect but they're more than good enough so that each new iteration just makes minor incremental improvements while the core design philosophy stays the same. So I think this new controller is kind of pointless. I also am really skeptical of no buttons or sticks, even if the early hype (and let's be honest, right now its only hype) is positive.