I honestly can't tell if you're being sarcastic or not. You've bad mouthed the Steam Deck in every other post and now you own 3 and are praising it?
I know people are running trainers/tables on the Steam Deck with Windows without any issues but that's to be expected. There is an very well known program similar to Cosmos that does appear to be working within the Steam OS. I don't use Linux but it's a matter of the trainer/table being launched in the same Wine prefix as the game so you would need Wine on the Deck.
I haven't seen anyone mentioning running Aurora. I don't see any reason why it wouldn't run with Windows and I'm assuming it could be made to run with the Steam OS as long as it followed the above Wine prefix requirement but how that works is beyond my expertise.
And here I am hoping to get one this year lol
Heh, I have 3 sitting on my desk.
Send me one please . I'm still waiting on mine.
I must been the 5th one to buy the silly steam link actually use it as a paper weight !!
[Edited by moderator Ptondo, 3/12/2022 3:55:57 PM]
My mistake I assumed these were negative remarks. I read the hardware specs, preordered one and followed it's development/modding post launch but thought I made a horrible mistake after seeing your comments below....I'm very relieved that appears to not be the case.
"We have no idea what the OS will look like, if anyone is even going to buy the silly thing (Steam Link, anyone? anyone?)"
"Ever tried playing an RTS game like Total War on a handheld device? Um yeh, not happening"
"you can forget running any kind of elaborate PC game on it"
"Don't let pre-order numbers and hype fool you. Any big company can make any upcoming product seem like the best thing since sliced bread
"we are now the proud owners of one Steam Deck which is literally the size of my TV and weighs almost as much"