Valve's Steam Dev Days Conference Begins in Seattle

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jaymz668

This isn't profitability, this is popularity

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devin3627

keep the multiplayer cheaters/modders off multiplayer, ban them. i am afraid to F*CKING play call of duty black ops iii on PC rather than get an xbox one... why pay $500? but on PC, all multiplayer is plagued by hackers and cheating on zombie mod too. is it still like it was with world at war zombies? anyone?

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Richardbs

You know people can abuse bugs and glitches just as much as PC users

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devin3627

keep the multiplayer cheaters/modders off multiplayer, ban them. i am afraid to F*CKING play call of duty black ops iii on PC rather than get an xbox one... why pay $500? but on PC, all multiplayer is plagued by hackers and cheating on zombie mod too. is it still like it was with world at war zombies? anyone?

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devin3627

keep the multiplayer cheaters/modders off multiplayer, ban them. i am afraid to F*CKING play call of duty black ops iii on PC rather than get an xbox one... why pay $500? but on PC, all multiplayer is plagued by hackers and cheating on zombie mod too. is it still like it was with world at war zombies? anyone?

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THE_REAL_MAVERICK

Steam is growing so fast, my fear is that they are going to become the new EA. They are expanding into console and stand alone systems which to me shows they aren't staying true to what they are good at, which is delivering software titles over the internet.

Hope they slow down a little, and get back to their roots.

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John Pombrio

Heh, I always thought of Valve as a games maker, y'know, Half Life, Half Life 2, Portal?

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The Mac

Perhaps more people would think that way if they cam out with a new game more than once every 5 years...

I mean geez, i got half-life 2 with my 9800pro.

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Random

41%... Hurray for North America!!!