I've been using Steam for quite some time now and I've seen it grow. In the past it only had a few games on it, mainly Half-Life based. Now it has all kinds of games, also older ones from different companies like Eidos. There's also a lot of casual, shorter games you'd see on Xbox live arcade. The newer games even have achievements like the Xbox 360 has. I'm not very familiar with Xbox live but I've noticed a lot of similarities between the two. Do you guys think this will be the future of gaming? Perhaps not Steam based but do you think maybe some other third party will start something that covers all PC games and make it all easily accesible like it is with Steam now, with the program updating the games when needed, with a community, achievements, etc.? The only thing Steam needs to change right now is support for people already owning older games. For example I bought Deus Ex a few years back, but I can't add it to Steam now withour having to buy the game again. They should find a way for Steam to recognize older games you already own so you won't have to buy them again for them to be supported. I've been wondering about this for a while, now also because people in the US will be able to buy movies on their PS3 and Xbox360. Will we ultimately have one device with all our media on it? Will Steam, or something like Steam, put all PC games together into one big community? Maybe even a single program that also covers movies and music (iTunes?) in the far future? Where do you guys see this heading? What will the future of multimedia be like?