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Chris Taylor offers an optimistic outlook on the future of the PC to Eurogamer.net, where the Gas Powered Games CEO cites the rise of web-based games and the increasing influence of Steam as reasons for his rosy outlook. "It's a matter of time before you're playing a game of the quality of a triple-A game that we know and love, like a Supreme Commander 2 or a StarCraft II, in a browser experience," Taylor says of web-gaming. "There's no reason that won't happen within five to eight years." He also says that he foresees sales of the PC edition of Dungeon Siege III through Steam will be competitive with the console editions: "That creates an incredible intensity in the PC business that had been lost. So I would say put down even money that we'll see the PC version competing against the console version when it comes out next year."
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