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    Google to challenge home consoles with Yeti project

    An insider said "Imagine playing The Witcher 3 within a tab on Google Chrome".
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    Re: Google to challenge home consoles with Yeti project

    Google,buy Valve and under pain of death make them develop Half Life 3 as a launch title.

    That will get everyone's attention.

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    Re: Google to challenge home consoles with Yeti project

    So I assume its going to be tied to a monthly subscription on top of the cost of having a decent internet connection.


    Those despicable Elk,stealing the pond weed!

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    Re: Google to challenge home consoles with Yeti project

    Quote Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
    Google,buy Valve and under pain of death make them develop Half Life 3 as a launch title.
    You actually want Google to have more fingers in your pies??!!

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    Re: Google to challenge home consoles with Yeti project

    "imagine playing The Witcher 3 within a tab on Google Chrome"
    No-one in the world has enough ram for that

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    Re: Google to challenge home consoles with Yeti project

    All well and good but most consoles are used on a telly in the living room. Not many people are going to be opening a chrome flap on their telly...

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    Re: Google to challenge home consoles with Yeti project

    I don't see how you can stream to a VR headset without adding a sick bucket to the requirements. If they can create a new ChromeOS/Android based games console spec that is more useful than a SteamOS box then I might show some interest.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ttaskmaster View Post
    You actually want Google to have more fingers in your pies??!!
    I know where those fingers have been, so no

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    Re: Google to challenge home consoles with Yeti project

    Quote Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
    Google,buy Valve and under pain of death make them develop Half Life 3 as a launch title.

    That will get everyone's attention.
    Even though they said they are not making it; deep inside I wish that they are.

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    Re: Google to challenge home consoles with Yeti project

    Google console? That's just ..... wrong. So, for me, no way. That's less likely than a Steam box, and hell will freeze over before I'll do that.

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    Re: Google to challenge home consoles with Yeti project

    Quote Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
    Google,buy Valve and under pain of death make them develop Half Life 3 as a launch title.

    That will get everyone's attention.
    The last thing that's good for the public is either Valve or Google having greater market power.
    Quote Originally Posted by Saracen View Post
    Google console? That's just ..... wrong. So, for me, no way. That's less likely than a Steam box, and hell will freeze over before I'll do that.
    I don't mind them making one as it may lower prices among the competition but I'm certainly not going to get one.

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    Re: Google to challenge home consoles with Yeti project

    If it could somehow stream games to my ChromeOS laptop I would totally get one!

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