Valve all but confirms Steam for Mac using faux ads - destructoid

Valve all but confirms Steam for Mac using faux ads

4:20 PM on 03.03.2010

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor


Oh Valve and your adorable marketing team -- is there anything you can't do? Taking a break from the absolutely insane Portal shenanigans, let's instead take a look at some swanky pictures that various game-covering outlets received today.

So far, this is what we've got: Gordon Freeman with an Apple logo (MacRumors), a Mac ad parody (MacNN), a Team Fortress 2-flavored iPod parody (Shacknews), Francis saying "I hate different" (Eurogamer), a faux old-school magazine ad for Steam (Rock, Paper, Shotgun), and finally, a recreation of Apple's memorable 1984 commercial (Joystiq).

What does it all mean? Based on prior rumblings of Steam on Mac sounding very plausible, I'd say Valve is gearing up to announce -- or, possibly even release -- the popular digital distribution client for our Apple-loving friends. How does next week at GDC sound?

Valve Leaks Teaser Images for Announcement of Steam (and Games) for Mac [Mac Rumors]




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