Awesome Robo Post Recap (11/27/13)

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This is starting to becoming a very poor habit, isn’t it? I’ve been largely absent from writing on this blog for some time now, falling back on my loose tantalizing promises of perpetually soon-to-be posted goodies for the anonymous collective hive-mind of the Internet to pick around with its fork. In all honesty, I’ve missed writing for this blog. School and extracurricular obligations have been eating my brain as of late (last semester of Undergrad, and all that), but I’m on my Thanksgiving Break now! I’ve got a sizeable backlog of posts I hope to brush off and get posted, so expect a deluge of new posts throughout this week , including the wildly belated week 7-10 installments in the totally-not-dead-no-really-I-promise Let’s Read The Tor Stories series!

For now, take this batch of Awesome Robo posts as meager reparation for my otherwise absentee editorship,

Whiling away the cobwebs,

Toussaint

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Steam Machine + Steam Universe Impressions

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Steam Machine: An Alternative to the Next-Gen?

Imagine a next-gen console that came in various consumer-chosen models, each with their respective tiers of hardware specs and price ranges, that ran through an intuitive open-source OS and a massive online distribution system  that offered access to nearly every major and independent title in modern gaming? For some, this is the fever-pitched dream of the all-too-hopeful enthusiast trying to keep the ever-encroaching tide of invasive DRM-laden gaming and closed-console dominance at bay. But with the introduction of the Steam Machine, Valve Corporation might just succeed in making that dream a reality. But will it take hold, and for how long?

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