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Post by Eorl @ 11:07am 06/03/13 | 0 Comments
Speaking to the BBC at the recent BAFTA ceremony, Valve's chief executive Gabe Newell has revealed that customers can expect prototypes of the yet-to-be-revealed Steam Box console in the next three to four months. While details are still unknown as to what exactly the console will offer, Newell stated that the company is "working with partners trying to nail down how fast we can make it."

During the BBC interview Newell also revealed that the company is still finalising over how the controller will work as they continue to explore possibilities of sensors measuring human body states.
"If you think of a game like Left For Dead - which was trying to put you into a sort of horror movie - if you don't change the experience of what the player is actually feeling then it stops being a horror game," Mr Newell explained.

"So you need to actually be able to directly measure how aroused the player is - what their heart rate is, things like that - in order to offer them a new experience each time they play."
Currently no price point has been offered from Valve yet on the Steam Box console or exactly how the prototypes would be delivered to paying customers.



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