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    Shawn Zipay
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  • NewsBits: Rollback Edition

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    NewsBits: Rollback Edition

    Oops.

    You ever have think, "Hey, it's 1AM, let's do something stupid!" Because let me tell you, I sure as hell had that thought last night. Let's just say mistakes, actually several of them, were made. One such mistake was the fact that I neglected to perform a full site backup before I proceeded to do several more stupid things. This led to just being unable to do anything with the server.

    My plan was to restore a backup from earlier in the week. I decided,...
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  • Shawn Zipay
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  • Valve Confirms There Won't be Steam Deck Exclusive Games

    Valve Confirms There Won't be Steam Deck Exclusive Games

    Well, duh.

    In the newly updated FAQ page for their upcoming Steam Deck, Valve says that they are not interested in developers making Steam Deck exclusive titles. This startling revelation should really come as no surprise to anybody who has been paying attention to what the Steam Deck is for any length of time. It is, after all, merely a handheld PC.

    Valve's remarks about this came about during a recently Steamworks Steam Deck event where developers and publishers asked...
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  • Shawn Zipay
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  • Valve's Steam Deck Delayed by 2 Months

    Valve's Steam Deck Delayed by 2 Months

    Those damned global chip shortages strike again!

    Valve just passed along some unfortunate news today concerning the Steam Deck. Due to "global supply chain issues" the Steam Deck release has been pushed back by two months. The earliest Steam Deck will begin shipping has shifted from December 2021 to February 2022.

    If reading the words "global supply chain issues" wasn't enough, I'll be more clear here. There is a big chip shortage that has been going...
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  • Shawn Zipay
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  • Valve Announces Steam Sale Dates for the Rest of 2021

    Valve Announces Steam Sale Dates for the Rest of 2021

    Valve just out here confirming the dates before leakers can do it.

    I hope your wallets and your free time are ready for sales, because there are a bunch of them coming. Of course, there are always a ton of sales that fire up through digital storefronts around this time of year, and Steam is certainly no exception to that.

    Usually, we don't get any sort of an official Steam sale announcement until just prior to it happening. In fact, we usually get people leaking those...
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  • Shawn Zipay
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  • Valve Announces Steam Deck Verified System

    Valve Announces Steam Deck Verified System

    See how well your games will run on the Deck.

    Valve just announced a program they're calling Deck Verified. This is a new system that will help new and existing Steam Deck owners see if their favorite games will run without issue on the upcoming portable device from Valve.

    Valve is currently reviewing the entire Steam catalog. They will be categorizing each game by its level of compatibility with the Steam Deck. Customers will be able to see these categories on the Steam...
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  • Shawn Zipay
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  • Valve Might Be Working on Standalone VR Headset

    Valve Might Be Working on Standalone VR Headset

    Viable competition might be coming for the Oculus Quest.

    According to datamined information shared first by YouTuber SadlyItsBradley, Valve might be working on a standalone VR headset. This means that they are possibly working on a device that will allow you to play in VR without the need for wires or external tracking satellites.

    SadlyItsBradley noticed several references to something called "Deckard" in the latest update for SteamVR. He says that information...
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  • Shawn Zipay
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  • Valve Clears Up '30 FPS Target' for Steam Deck

    Valve Clears Up '30 FPS Target' for Steam Deck

    30 FPS is the bare minimum accepted by Valve.

    In speaking with IGN, a Steam Deck designer Pierre-Loup Griffais, said that Valve has a target of "30Hz" for their output framerate with Steam Deck. He says that everything they (Valve) have tested have run "without issues" and have hit that 800p and 30Hz target really well.

    Obviously, some people took this to mean that the Steam Deck would only run games at a 30FPS cap. Some have even begun to doubt the...
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  • Shawn Zipay
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  • Steam Deck Reservations Marred by Server Issues

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    Steam Deck Reservations Marred by Server Issues

    There seems to be a huge demand for Valve's handheld gaming PC.

    Reservations for the newly announced Steam Deck from Valve were in very high demand today. Mere seconds after reservations opened on Steam, the Store became unresponsive for a huge number of potential consumers. The screen most users came across was a "something went wrong" error page.

    Still others encountered pages that said there was an error initializing or updating their transaction. Others were...
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  • Shawn Zipay
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  • Steam Deck Technical Details

    Steam Deck Technical Details

    You've seen the announcement, now it's time for the nitty-gritty details.

    Valve just announced the Steam Deck, a handheld, fully-featured portable gaming machine. It's a powerful little device that starts at $399 (USD), but we didn't really share just how powerful this hardware is.

    Let's take a little look at the Steam Deck's technical specs, its design, the hardware, and the software powering it all.


    Valve notes that things like the software...
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  • Shawn Zipay
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  • Valve Announces Steam Deck, A Handheld PC Starting at $399

    Valve Announces Steam Deck, A Handheld PC Starting at $399

    This new device is the first in a new series of handheld PC from Valve.

    Back in May 2021, a rumor came out suggesting that Valve was working on a new handheld PC device called the SteamPal. While that is partially true, the one thing that didn't stick through to the end was the name. These devices are officially called Steam Deck and they start at a pretty affordable $399 (USD) MSRP.

    Valve says that Steam Deck is a "powerful all-in-one portable PC." It has a...
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