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steam

(stēm) [AS. steam, vapor]
1. The invisible vapor into which water is converted at the boiling point.
2. The mist formed by condensation of water vapor.
3. Any vaporous exhalation.
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The launch of the GameCube video game console in September in part helped boost sales.
Sony PlayStation and Microsoft Xbox have for years battled as the two leading video game consoles, with exclusive titles often used as weapons to win the loyalty of players.
According to (https://www.gamespot.com/gallery/20-best-selling-consoles-of-all-time/2900-1564/) GameSpot's list of the best-selling video game consoles of all time (last updated in October), that puts the PS4 slightly above the Nintendo 3DS as the 10th highest selling console in history.
Marketed as "the world's most powerful console", Sony's PlayStation 4 ranked as the most popular static video game console in Germany in 2014, well ahead of its two main competitors, Xbox One and Nintendo 3DS.
A video game console is a major purchase and should be the product of careful consideration and review.
Washington, Mar 20 ( ANI ): Software giant Microsoft has said that there will be no successor to the popular video game console Xbox 360 in the next year.
started on Saturday a pay-per-view service of old television programs and popular classic movies for users of its Wii video game console.
Mum-of-three Jennifer Strange, 28, collapsed hours after taking part in a radio station's promotion to win a video game console for her children.
This next-generation video game console is much more than child's play, Microsoft juiced up this extreme machine with enough processing power to deliver high-definition graphics for lifelike game play, But it didn't stop there, The Xbox 360 doubles as a media center and a CD/DVD player.
demonstrated for the first time Monday its PlayStation 3 video game console that features realistic high-definition graphics the company claims match the image quality of large-screen movies.