Valve Steam Deck hands-on: the Nintendo Switch of PC gaming
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Valve Steam Deck hands-on: the Nintendo Switch of PC gaming

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I have held the Steam Deck, and I’m nearly a believer.

Not quite, but I like what I see.

Three weeks after PC gaming giant Valve surprise-announced its own $400 portable game console, I flew to the company’s headquarters in Bellevue, Washington, for a whirlwind tour of the company’s latest prototypes — and a chance to compare them to the Nintendo Switch and an earlier AMD-powered handheld gaming system, the Aya Neo.

I logged in with my Steam account, picked up The Witcher 3 and Control right where I left off weeks or months ago on my desktop gaming PC, and chewed through a few demons in Doom Ultimate with thumbsticks, precision touchpads, and gyroscopic aiming. While I didn’t get answers to burning questions like how seamlessly you can…

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