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If Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft made their own Steam-like client for PC gaming..

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2 years ago#11
I would definitely be interested in a Nintendo client, though.
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2 years ago#12
ninto55 posted...
And MaxCHEATER64, funny how twice today I've read people calling you out for (obnoxiously) writing in code, when I've seen you doing it for a long time and most people just ignoring you.


It's mostly just the same guy and his alts.
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2 years ago#13
ninto55 posted...
If everyone released every game with something like Steam on PC the console wars would end. It'd be great.

Wise words. Wise words.
2 years ago#14
kobalobasileus posted...
What would be the point of MS and Sony? Most of their games are already on PC.

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2 years ago#15
EDIT: damn invisible space doesn't work with code tags


Which makes them almost pointless to write actual code in. Especially languages like Python.
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2 years ago#16
I would love if Nintendo and Sony released their older games on Steam. Just release past generation games so their current sales don't suffer. I'm sure Nintendo and Sony are still making some decent money from selling their older games, but imagine how much more they would make if they were released on Steam.
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