Steam Site Licensing Expands

Valve is expanding their site licensing program for "arcades, amusement parks, cybercaf├ęs, dorms, museums, pop-up stores or in fact any other place you can think of." This includes free VR titles along with premium games, and this program also allows customers to use their personal Steam accounts in such locations. Word is: "The Site Licensing Program is designed to make it easy and affordable for you to allow your patrons access to all the great content and services that Steam has to offer." Here are the free games they include:

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Re: Steam Site Licensing Expands
Nov 3, 2016, 20:18
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Licensing for home use. Bigcry
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Nov 3, 2016, 21:45
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Probably a good idea for them.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Games/comments/5at7nr/we_are_ctrl_v_north_americas_first_virtual/

This, for example. It's an interesting read from a VR arcade company in Canaday. VR "arcades" could be a thing, since it's relatively expensive at the moment to go into VR on a personal level (not even including the needed space).
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Nov 3, 2016, 22:03
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All but one of the titles "included" are free anyway. Chamber 19, the only pay title, is a shittier-in-every-way Xortex, which is a free part of The Lab.
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