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- "You cannot beat Nintendo for ideas, in both hardware and software, and it’s the one thing I miss the most from having a PC. But wouldn’t you love their games even more if their graphics were good?" no

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- "With this I really don’t see any need to buy a console ever again. No forced upgrade every five years, no compromised graphics or performance, no more exclusives, and no more over-expensive peripherals or paid-for online multiplayer."
yes because the steam deck's hardware will never age and become obsolete and pc hardware will not advance beyond this point, requiring more power to run games. it will just Not Happen

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- "Don’t worry, I’m not about to launch into some kind of snobby ‘master race’ rant"
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- "Or maybe the Steam Deck will be so successful it will convince Nintendo to see the light and accept that you don’t need any format but the PC."

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@maples I can't be the only one who thinks Valve are going to end up abandoning this project like a year into its lifespan, right?

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@Jo while the possibility isn't deniable, the steps valve are taking with this + general excitement are currently pointing to this actually being quite good for valve? really we can only see when it launches

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