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October 1st, 2007, 21:08
Originally Posted by Thaurin View Post
However, the argument still is that the consoles handle easier from a livingroom couch, as they've been designed for it from the ground up. From start-up time to user interface, from a generalized auto-patching system, friend list, game invites, gamer score/achievements, web integration, demo/video/movie downloads and purchases, control with a remote, etc.
Steam has much of that. Auto-patching, purchacing, friend lists, communities, voice-chat, demo downloads etc. They are pretty much making it all easily accessibly.

Remote control is possible too.

Originally Posted by Thaurin View Post
P.S. I can't begin to think about what kind of horsepower would be needed to emulate PS3 of Xbox 360 on PC… yikes.
More than there is available today (emulators are quite unefficient) but PCs develop fast.

So basicly its all possible on pc. I guess the biggest difference is that that you need to build it up yourself. It doesnt all come in one box. But of course som people prefer it that way (and som dont).
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