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It can run fully hand-held, or have a mouse, keyboard and external monitor plugged in to operate like a desktop PC.
I'm running Proton GE on my Manjaro Linux computer and all the Windows games I have in Steam, are running just fine. I've just always found it difficult to migrate away from using a mouse, and still prefer the mouse over even the Steam Controller.
The Steam Deck is expected to start shipping in December 2021.
Watch at Steam Deck: First Hands-On With Valve’s Handheld Gaming PC
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We went to Valve's office to go hands-on with its new handheld gaming PC, the Steam Deck. IGN's own Bo Moore goes in-depth on how its controller feels, its d...
Are We in the Metaverse Yet? Crypto people say they’re building it. Gamers might already be living in it. The art world is cashing in on it. Web veterans are trying to save it. But what is it
In some rare cases, the terminology sticks. A lot of people talk a lot about a lot of loosely related things, and then those things merge into a single semi-comprehensible thing. Then we live our lives within that thing forever. Remember hearing about “the internet”? Get ready for “the metaverse.”
In fiction, a utopian metaverse may be portrayed as a new frontier where social norms and value systems can be written anew, freed from cultural and economic sclerosis. But more often, metaverses are a bit dystopian — virtual refuges from a fallen world.
Interesting article touching on Decentraland, Second Life, Roblox, Fortnite, avatars in video conferencing, NFTs, online virtual markets, and more. There are already various metaverses in existence, and some are over a decade old and still going.
See Are We in the Metaverse Yet?
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Crypto people say they’re building it. Gamers might already be living in it. The art world is cashing in on it. Web veterans are trying to save it. But what is it?
And while more than 50 percent of Roblox players are under the age of 12, it’s not just kids playing it; 30 percent of players are older than 17.
You could set up a private party in Roblox’s dedicated space, which can almost feel like a virtual rave. But I’d expect that more Roblox birthday parties look like a bunch of friends opening up the app, partying up, and just jumping from game to game and world to world right from the launcher. In the span of an hour, you can hop through all kinds of different experiences because the app loads everything really quickly, which means it’s pretty easy to replicate the chaotic energy of a real kids’ birthday party.
Lil Nas X threw a concert, towering over crowds of tiny dancing Roblox avatars and teleporting them to new virtual stages for each song. The concerts were a smash hit, garnering 33 million views across two days and four shows.
See Roblox, explained
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Games, experiences, Lil Nas X concerts, and more.