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2013: The year that Valve attacks

Engadget - I lost a bet with myself at CES 2013. In the gaming preview we published ahead of this week's big show, I wrote, "As per usual, the games industry and CES are acquaintances at best -- at least from what we've heard thus far. Perhaps this will be the year that bucks the years-long trend, but we're not betting on it." Wrong. Wrong. But hey, this is one of those, "glad to be wrong" situations. NVIDIA shocked everyone with its first Tegra 4 device, Project Shield, which is essentially NVIDIA's first in-house dedicated gaming handheld.

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DigitalRaptor1352d ago (Edited 1352d ago )

I'm excited to see where Valve takes their hardware, and how they treat it in comparison to their desktop service. Half-Life 3 launch title... Probably asking too much there. It's a promising venture, but I'm still dubious.

But, the closer Valve gets to the console market, the closer games that appear on Xbox and PC will be perceived as multiplatform (as they should be). Then the rules will flip again - what is a "console exclusive" again? Ridiculous.

Just thought I'd say, I'm prepared for the disagrees.