Steam Deck is the perfect simulator, according to the road tester –

steam surface it’s a dream car tosimulationAs found by PC Gamer’s Wes Fenlon, who had the opportunity to test the console-PC hybrid also from this point of view.

Apart from the power of hardware, which allows you to emulate almost all systems without problems, Steam Deck has many advantages over, for example, Xbox Series S, another widely used and appreciated machine for its emulation, the first of which is practicality.

Basically, by holding down the Power key, a menu opens, the option of which makes it possible to go to the desktop. Selecting it will take you to the desktop screen of linux arc. The system includes an app store, such as the macOS and Windows Store, from which it is possible to download completely free legal software.

is called explore It offers a wide range of emulators for all systems and tastes. For example, you can download Dolphin with which you can emulate GameCube and Wii, DuckStation with which you can emulate PS1, or even PCSX2 with which you can emulate PS2. If you wish, you can also emulate a Nintendo Switch with Yuzu, but it is better not to make certain suggestions. What matters is that you realize that almost the entire history of the video game medium can be accessed quite simply.

To install emulators with just one click, you can add them to the Steam Deck interface by integrating them into SteamOS, using the “Games / Add a non-Steam game to library” option and that’s it. Of course, each emulator has its own configurations To do this, but this is normal enough and fans of rollback will not notice. However, you can take advantage of all the benefits of Steam Deck, such as the controller configurator or the sleep button, which also works great with emulators, so it’s worth a try.

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