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Submitted by JBedford 932d ago | news

Gabe Newell Discusses Steam Box Mobile Ambitions

John Bedford (Modojo): In an interview with The Verge, Valve CEO Gabe Newell has revealed that the company's not just looking to take over the living-room gaming space, it's also got one eye on the growing mobile market too.

Discussing the so-called Steam Box, designed to deliver Valve's popular PC Steam experience to living-room televisions, Newell also referenced an internal mobile project known internally as Littlefoot. (Android, iPad, iPhone, PC)

Credit url: theverge.com
hennessey86  +   932d ago
Gave newel
The new blesinski of gaming
piroh  +   932d ago
if it´s true, Littlefoot should be cheap as well as Steambox will be. Game consoles are selling mostly by the games, Valve consoles lacks exclusives which are very important. HL3 exclusive to Steambox and Littlefoot should be very helpful

anyway, i´m happy Valve jumped to the console-gaming business :)
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