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Developers Port Their AAA Games To The Dead Steam Machines
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http://store.steampowered.com/sale/steamos_sale
Look at all of these idiot developers, each motivated by the fear of letting their competitors go unchallenged on any platform. Just like devs were lining up to sing the Wii U's praises, until they discovered that 3rd party games don't sell on the Wii U, and the Wii U has sold less than the much-hated XBone despite a 2 year headstart.

Now they're all porting because of fear of their competition, to a platform Valve has semi-officially killed, Trollpoppin's rants and name calling to the contrary. Wait until they discover that games on SteamOS in particular and Linux in general don't sell because Linux and SteamOS have no compelling exclusive games, just multiplats that can be found on Windows.
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There are plenty of consumers out there on XP who will gleefully purchase a steam machine for gaming, before they will touch M$ with a 1000 foot barge pole.

Not everyone loves M$ as much as you do. Smart phones and tablets take care of most consumer productivity needs and steam machines plus consoles will fulfil their gaming needs. Which will leave M$ high, dry and fucked.
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Nope. The percentage of people still on XP who are interested in gaming is miniscule, according to the Steam Hardware and Software Survey. Steam Machines aren't going to fulfill anyone's gaming needs, not when the 8th gen consoles are already out, and Steam Link gives you the game streaming ability for far less.
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