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Alan Kertz
Divide the number of potential sales on Linux by the number of potential sales on all other platforms. Tada.
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Alessandro Frigoli 28 Sep 13
well and add potential users of SteamOS and related Steam Machines. Tada.
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steve10120 28 Sep 13
People use Linux for gaming?
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Benjamin Kirkbride 29 Sep 13
and btw, there are more of us then you probably think.
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Benjamin Kirkbride 29 Sep 13
Subtract the amount that you will regret not supporting Linux when we become majority, by your hopes and dreams.
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Stephan Vandenborn 30 Sep 13
all that steambox/os does is make the market of game(r)s even more convoluted.
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Benjamin Kirkbride 30 Sep 13
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Stephan Vandenborn 30 Sep 13
yet another development pipeline, yet another small % of exclusives, just becomes one dev don't like windows
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Benjamin Kirkbride 30 Sep 13
so anything new is worse?
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Stephan Vandenborn 1 Oct 13
Yes to something that doesn't attempt totry to convert players into console players with again a new os to develop for...
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Benjamin Kirkbride 1 Oct 13
The SteamBox is just the first step. The whole point is to switch to Linux as the universal gaming OS, which means less dev work.
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