Valve Steam Deck Hands-On Review
Valve’s Steam Deck is as close as you’ll get to a powerful handheld gaming computer that won’t cost you as much as a high-powered PC. Featuring a semi-custom AMD accelerated processing unit (APU) based no their Zen 2 / RDNA 2 architectures, comparable in performance to Ryzen 3000 desktop computer processors and the GPU performance to that of the Radeon RX 6000 series. The built-in 16 GB of LPDDR5 RAM in a quad channel configuration will ensure smooth gameplay for most titles. Read more for two hands-on videos and additional information.

Valve Steam Deck Handheld PC Gaming Device
Priced from $399, Valve’s Steam Deck is not just a handheld game console, but rather a powerful all-in-one portable PC equipped with a custom processor developed in cooperation with AMD. Think of it as a miniature gaming laptop with the capability to run the latest AAA games. Plus, your existing Steam library will also be on Deck to play games, and it’s also an open PC, which means you have the ability to install any software or connect with any hardware. Read more for two videos, including a hands-on look.

Set to hit the Nintendo DS next month, Elite Forces: Unit 77 is a game that combines action and strategy. Letting players control four characters, each with special abilities that need to be used in conjunction with the other members. Continue reading for the trailer.