Valve built a huge vapor deck for TGS in Japan
The Tokyo Game Show kicks off tomorrow, just as Valve is about to launch its hugely successful Steam deck in Asian markets. What better way to get moving than building a super-large version of the portable PC that towers tall over the exhibition floor?
While Valve’s new mini-PC prodigy has outdone itself Shipment and manufacturing According to Ziel, only pre-orders were opened in South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan last month The edge. Valve seems to be aiming to impress at the show; As per tweets from Japanese Twitter account Steam Deck, the company built a giant Steam Deck for its booth at the show.
If anyone says the Steam deck is too big from now on, just remind them it’s not that big:
Thank goodness FedEx doesn’t have to deliver these things.
I’ll spare you my failed attempt to figure out how big this thing is. Let’s put it this way: you clearly need a ladder to get to the top, which is incredibly awkward to adjust the volume. While we’ll have to wait and see if this thing lights up or otherwise puts on a show, it’s safe to assume this isn’t playable in any way (sorry; Text would probably be a little more readable). While these footage of the massive deck in progress are fun to watch, I’m sure it will be even more enjoyable to see the finished behemoth once the convention opens.
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That massive console isn’t the only big thing to come from Steam Deck’s impending arrival in Japan. In a brochure distributed by Valve as part of its expansion into other markets, the company described the deck as a “multi-generational product line” with “new versions” expected in the future that are “even more open and powerful than the first.” will be the version of the Steam deck.” You can view the English version of this document here.
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