Steam Big Picture TV mode goes live

Valve's television service for Windows and Mac is now available for Steam's 50 million members. A related weeklong sale includes Portal 2 for $5.


Steam's Big Picture mode is now available for all. Developer Valve announced today that the television-friendly version of its massive Steam digital video game distribution service is out of beta and available for Steam's 50 million members. This follows a trial period that began in September.

To mark the occasion, Valve is discounting numerous titles through Steam until December 10. Deals include Limbo for $2.50, Alan Wake for $7.50, and Left 4 Dead 2 and Portal 2 for $5. For more on the special promotion, check out Steam's Web site.

Read more of "Steam Big Picture mode goes live" at GameSpot.

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