Future gaming tech makes waves at CES 2014

The oculus-rift-cove-jpg_210413gaming world stepped out of the shadows of CES this year. Fascinating new gaming tech stood shoulder to shoulder with big screen TVs, smartphones and tablets at the massive electronics show, offering a glimpse at how we might be playing in the months and years to come. While not all of these devices and services will earn a spot in our gaming set-up, they all offer an intriguing vision. Here are eight worth watching.

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Hands-on with Valveā€™s Steam Machine

Consoles, steam-machine-hands-onbeware: this year, the PC is making a push for the living room. And Valve Software is leading the charge.

Last year Valve announced the Steam Machine, a system designed to let people play games traditionally locked on PC monitors in the comfort of their living rooms. The company showed a bit more of its hand at CES 2014, announcing 13 partners who will be creating Steam Machine hardware and giving press some hands-on time with the controller.

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