PC gaming is set to for a change and that to a big one! Which is expected as soon as this year. Valve, the makers behind, Steam gaming service, are ready to bring some really monster titles to their virtual gaming service. The most killer games from big names are expected to arrive on Valve's Steam service. The leaked information from Steam's data base crated a lot of hysteria over the coming of world's biggest gaming titles on PC gaming territory.
Halo 3, a must have title for Xbox lovers, was scheduled to appear on the virtual service. Alongside, Halo 3, the other two titles; Halo 2 and Halo: Combat Evolved, were said to be appear as well. As reported by Kotaku, Microsoft completely rejected this rumor by saying that they have no plans to release ‘Halo ‘titles on Steam.
The story of ‘Halo 3' appearing on Steam gaming service, was originally spotted by NeoGAF user- a gaming forum community. The user using xPaw's Steam Database search, accidently found a list of titles set to appear shortly on the virtual gaming service. Alongside, ‘Halo 3', many recognized titles such as Kings of Fighters XIII, Angry Birds Seasons, Fez, Dyad, were spotted making gamers wanting for more.
Other titles are listed below:
Octodad: Dadliest Catch Beta
Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition (Duke Nukem 3D+)
Super House of Dead Ninjas
LucasArts Test App
Fast and Furious 6
Cut the Rope
Shadow Warrior Complete
THE KING OF FIGHTERS XIII
Resident Evil: Revelations
THE KING OF FIGHTERS 2002 UNLIMITED MATCH
THE KING OF FIGHTERS '98 ULTIMATE MATCH
Quantum Conundrum 2
Halo: Combat Evolved
Angry Birds Space
As of now, Valve is not supporting the idea of including Halo series or Angry Birds into Steam gaming store. But in the future, Valve could support it, as the company is planning to launch a console based around Steam service. Known by the name of ‘Steam Box', the console maker shared the secret with Kotaku. The makers behind Steam gaming service is, indeed, planning a console based on the Linux platform. Although, there is no particular date decided, by the makers to announce this mysterious console.
The company has a cloud- based gaming architecture already in place. Thus, it is advantageous for Valve, as neither Microsoft nor Nintendo or even Sony, for instance, have a courageous cloud - based gaming facility. Sony has planned to include cloud gaming in future and will likely to introduce this year, alongside PlayStation 4 announcement. Nintendo, on the other hand, is not optimistic about cloud gaming, in general.
Valve hasn't gone official with its mysterious gaming machine. All eyes on the ‘Future of Gaming ‘with Valve set to battle with Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft in the futuristic gaming.