2014年05月29日

generating a ton of useful feedback

The idea, it said, was to take PC gaming into the living room in 2014 - a place previously dominated by consoles from Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo. Others would ultimately make the machines sold to the public.

However, a blog by developer Eric Hope has now asked consumers to be patient while the firm continued to work on the project.周向榮

"We're now using wireless prototype controllers to conduct live playtests, with everyone from industry professionals to die-hard gamers to casual gamers," he wrote.

"It's generating a ton of useful feedback, and it means we'll be able to make the controller a lot better.

"Of course, it's also keeping us pretty busy making all those improvements. Realistically, we're now looking at a release window of 2015, not 2014."Dr Max

Manufacturers react
The blog refers to delays to "our in-development Steam Machines", but it appears that third-party Steam Machines will also be postponed until the controller is available.


Valve announced it had added buttons to its controller design in March
Several of the companies involved had already announced provisional specifications, including the amounts of memory, types of processor and prices they intended to charge.

"We support the mindset to launch Steam Machine with the best possible experience," Kevin Wasielewski, chief executive of Origin PC, one of the manufacturers involved, told the BBC.

"Unfortunately that means no Steam Machine in 2014."周向榮








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