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Submitted by 2DX 377d ago | opinion piece

An open future: PlayStation Now, Steam Machines, and plenty of choice

CES came along with dual reveals: Valve’s Steam Machines and Sony’s PlayStation Now, two ideas that could change how we access our games. Both companies teased their respective “solutions” for a while now. Both will endure slow roll outs plagued with doubt. Both have faced plenty of raised eyebrows already. They could be the future of gaming. (PlayStation Now, Tech, Valve Software)

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