Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 5th Apr 2013 21:16 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems AlienWare (so Dell) has just unveiled a gaming PC running Ubuntu and Steam, designed to be hooked up to a TV - essentially a Steambox. "With over 25 gaming titles available and more being added, users can access Steam For Linux to play online games, including your favorite titles like Team Fortress 2 and Serious Sam 3." Everything starts out small, but with Valve going full throttle with this, expect this library to grow.
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Hahaha
by Lava_Croft on Sat 6th Apr 2013 10:49 UTC
Lava_Croft
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2006-12-24

"With over 25 gaming titles available and more being added, users can access Steam For Linux to play online games, including your favorite titles like Team Fortress 2 and Serious Sam 3."

Hahahahahahahaha

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RE: Hahaha
by saso on Sun 7th Apr 2013 08:14 in reply to "Hahaha"
saso Member since:
2007-04-18

If your head weren't stuck so far up your ass, you'd know that games on Steam aren't your typical fart apps that fill Apple's or Google's online stores. Steam carries ~1900 titles in total and the figure quoted in the article (25 linux games) is wrong anyway. A single look though the Steam online store tells you that the actual number is 97, or about 5% of their entire catalog.

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RE[2]: Hahaha
by Wafflez on Sun 7th Apr 2013 09:58 in reply to "RE: Hahaha"
Wafflez Member since:
2011-06-26

And what makes you think that "97 games" doesn't deserve "Hahahahaha" also?

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