Mephiles550 wrote:I have a difficult time imagining steam developing hardware in the console category.
Even with the huge success that is steam, I don't think they'll go further then that in terms of how far a company like them can leap.
MrSega wrote:Logic wrote:Close, but could still technically be true depending on.
The Genesis sales estimate pegs it at 37-41 Million I believe.
42 Million estimated by 1998, if I'm not mistaken.
Snarky, you don't think SEGA has access to Steam techology? Well they do & the upcomming tablet will run entirely on Steam.
But this topic ain't about SEGA, its about VALVE considering making an On-Live like console that'll be just as niche. Please try to stay on topic.
Hiryosuke wrote:Feh if valve made a console I wouldn't buy it. I'd buy a nintendo console before I bought a valve console and I HATE nintendo with a flaming passion...
MrSega wrote:Hiryosuke wrote:Feh if valve made a console I wouldn't buy it. I'd buy a nintendo console before I bought a valve console and I HATE nintendo with a flaming passion...
It would basicly be like On-Live. So niche, limited distribution that only VALVE hardcore fans would even care.
Comrade Snarky wrote:How did I go off topic? You saying Valve and Steam is a niche brand is either a) trolling, b) ignorance, or c) trying to get people to ignore this topic and focus on your Sega rumors. I don't really want to get into it with you though.
As for Steam technology…"running on Steam?" Nothing runs on Steam. Steam is just a content distribution platform, like iTunes. If you're talking about the Source engine that Valve uses, then that's a different story.
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