• Turns Out, The Steam Deck Is Ripe For Game Emulators

    5 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    Now that the Steam Deck has officially launched, you might be wondering if it'll run your favorite PC games, and that's an understandable thing to wonder, but as it turns out, the Steam Deck is not just a really cool portable gaming PC, it's also a great way to run emulators.
    If you're a fan of retro consoles like the NES, SNES, SEGA Genesis, PSP, PS1 etc., then the Steam Deck is something you want to keep your eyes on. According to PC Gamer , the Steam Deck is capable of running a wide list of console emulators. And, installing them is easier than burning a roux (if you know your food...
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  • Valve ‘Steam Deck' Hardware Review - PC Gaming for Everybody, Now in the Palm of Your Hands

    Valve ‘Steam Deck' Hardware Review - PC Gaming for Everybody, Now in the Palm of Your Hands

    5 monthes ago - By Touch Arcade

    Welcome to TouchArcade, your home for all things iOS gaming. So... what the heck are we doing with a Steam Deck!? Well, all of us here are lifelong gamers, and while we have a special passion for mobile gaming we also game on pretty much every platform. When the Nintendo Switch hit in 2017 we all grabbed it on day one, and felt it fit closely enough to what we do on TouchArcade to write about it and its games. That naturally evolved into our daily SwitchArcade Round-Up.
    Now, it's a lot easier to draw a line from the Switch to mobile gaming, as it's essentially a mobile tablet with...
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  • Linux on Steam Deck: What you need to know, what currently works

    Linux on Steam Deck: What you need to know, what currently works

    5 monthes ago - By Ars Technica

    Enlarge / Linux on a Steam Deck! Let's dive in.
    Our Steam Deck review is now live , and it's massive-almost as big as Valve's new portable PC. With that in mind, I decided to write a shorter article about the Steam Deck's implementation of Linux since a lot of Ars Technica readers are interested in that use case.
    Our full review goes into greater detail about installing and playing Windows games through Valve's customized Wine compatibility layer, dubbed Steam Proton. This is the default way to access your favorite Steam games, and as our review explores, that proposition is currently...
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  • Steam Deck: The comprehensive Ars Technica review

    Steam Deck: The comprehensive Ars Technica review

    5 monthes ago - By Ars Technica

    Enlarge / The Steam Deck has arrived.
    The Steam Deck, the new $399-and-up Switch-like PC made by Valve, sometimes feels like the most impressive portable gaming system ever made. But it's also not finished.
    Like other hot electronics in 2022, Valve's first bespoke PC launch-which resembles a supersized Game Gear but is, at its heart, a Linux PC-is limited by a strained supply chain and an ongoing chip shortage. But if you'd like to feel better about missing the Deck's first wave of preorders, or seeing a delayed shipping estimate of "Q2 2022" and beyond for new orders , this review is for...
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  • Steam Deck review - My favorite gaming PC ever made

    Steam Deck review - My favorite gaming PC ever made

    5 monthes ago - By VentureBeat

    Steam Deck is a special way to experience games because Valve has put in the work to build a relationship between you and the handheld gaming PC.
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