While the living room has traditionally been the exclusive domain of dedicated game consoles, there is no written rule that says it has to be that way. Now more than ever, gamers are finding the living room an inviting place for the for PC platform.
HDTVs with HDMI inputs have replaced bulky CRTs with limited input options in many homes as the norm. On top of that, recent advances in CPU and GPU technologies have allowed PC makers to build powerful gaming systems in sleek, console-sized enclosures that look right at home in an entertainment center. The icing on the cake is Steam’s Big Picture mode, which provides a customized user interface for living room gaming.
If you’re ready to migrate into the living room but don’t know quite where to start, rest easy, we’ll show you the way!