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  1. Started playing this on Steam Deck this evening and an hour and 20 mins disappeared. I can really see this game being a time sink for me over the next few weeks. Runs well on Steam Deck with the only noticeable drop in frame rate when I was cleaning the toy car in the second level.
  2. Also got my email today after preordering on 14th, I assume you’ll be able to ‘buy’ rather than ‘reserve’ by November on the Steam website at this rate.
  3. Finished this earlier. All in all I enjoyed the game, a decent combination of nostalgia, humour and puzzles. I still much prefer Monkey Island 1 & 2 but I would put that down to nostalgia. Solid game which I would recommend to anyone who enjoys adventure games especially old school point & click. Looking forward to what they do next(I’d love a Day of the Tentacle sequel)
  4. I've put about an hr in so far and I love it so many callback's to the old games, wish I had played them again like others have done recently as my memory is a little fuzzy on some of the callbacks.
  5. Up to 87% on getmydeck so hopefully I will get my order email in next 2 weeks.
  6. Just preordered a Steam Deck 64GB with expected delivery between Oct-Dec…has anyone ordered one recently if so should I be expecting closer to October or December?
  7. Put about 3hrs into this on PS5 so far and I’m really enjoying it. Great mix of platforming and Pikmin mechanics which I have found super relaxing to play. Hopefully the game is a success as I would love more of the same in the future.
  8. How’s the performance on Switch? Would people get over PS5/XSX for portability?
  9. Anyone got this on Switch? How does it run compared to other platforms?
  10. I followed this video and this link. https://www.androidheadlines.com/how-to-set-up-ps5-remote-play-on-the-steam-deck.html?amp
  11. Depends what you mean by Wi-Fi, if you mean internet speed then no as it’s all on your local network, I have my PS5 connected to my router via Ethernet cable and Steam connected over Wi-Fi to same router and it was flawless with the 2hrs I tried it out.
  12. Finally got around to setting up PS Remote Play with PS5 and it works brilliantly, feels like playing the games natively but no fan noise and 5hr battery life. Steam Games + PS Remote Play + Emulation makes this device ideal for so many situations.
  13. I guess if it £260 for Odin Pro and £350 for Steam Deck then not as good a deal as I thought but I still prefer the smaller form factor and better battery of Odin over Steam Deck.
  14. Ordered through Indiegogo page as still seem to be taking orders, shipping was around £25 but no idea on taxes I guess that will be added when it arrives, all in probably looking at £260.
  15. Decided to order a AYN Odin Pro instead of waiting until the end of year for Steam Deck, the smaller form factor and the cheaper price has pushed me over the edge. Streaming Gamepass and emulation seems spot for what I’m after and was particularly impressed by the impressions online over past few days.
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