I mean typing on a controller seems nice....Not. I'm obviously bringing my keyboard and mouse to the living room
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- Sep 10, 2012
Steam's new Big Picture mode lets gamers access all of their favorite Steam games on a television.
Nice, now I won't have to use the Windows magnifier function ("WinKey" + "+") or lower the resolution and scale it back up anymore on my livingroom PC.
Who needs consoles anyways, a gaming PC hooked up to the bigscreen TV did the trick for years already and it's only getting better with Steam now natively supporting that.
As a kind of related sidenote :
Look EA, that's innovation, doing something that actually helps and satisfies your customers but you'll fail to understand anyways.