Valve’s online gaming service and games store, Steam, will be paying a visit to your television sets soon. According to their official blog, Valve plans to release a version of Steam to bring interactive entertainment to your living rooms through your TV sets. This “big picture” mode for steam will offer controller support and navigation designed for television interaction. Other than that, no other details were revealed but at the upcoming Game Developer’s Conference this week, they will be revealing more information. Valve is already available and widely popular on PCs and Macs everywhere, and now it looks like they’re trying to take on the TV-gaming market as well. Let’s see what they have in store for us.
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