Simulation on the Steam platform has become more convenient

When the Steam platform launched in February I’m already excited about it as an emulation device. After setting up the retro console emulator, I spent hours of test time playing games like Metroid Prime and Persona 3 on the deck, which was just a bit fiddly (the biggest inconvenience was having to use the trackpad when it’s really for a desktop) . Not bad if you already know how to use an emulator, but launching an emulator definitely requires more work than anything in the Steam library.

Just over a month after the Steam platform launched, setting up a simulation has become fairly easy – my simulation games now live side by side with my PC games in my Steam library, and I can launch them with a single click.