PC Gamer UK April Issue: The Steam Deck is here
One day, we will look back in shame at an era when you couldn’t play in the toilet. But those days are coming to an end with Valve’s much-touted Steam Deck, which promises to let you take high-end PC games with you. But given Valve’s storied history with hardware, is Steam Deck the real deal?
We spent a lot of time with Valve’s portable PC and really tested its capabilities. Our expert review focuses on the power of the hardware, how the biggest games perform on the go, and how it can even completely replace your gaming PC. In our detailed feature, we’ll tell you everything you need to know and help you decide if it’s worth your money.
Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters may have a wordy title, but it also has a very cool turn-based strategy – after all, the combination of Warhammer and XCOM is one hell of a pitch. As the mighty Gray Knights go toe-to-toe with the ailing forces of Nurgle, you’ll have to defend planets, develop powerful weapons, and hurl stone pillars at the heads of demons. Our huge preview has all the details – and we also checked out Dune: Spice Wars, Ghostwire: Tokyo, and the Stone Age alternative Stardew Valley in this installment.
This is a huge problem for reviews as well – we have verdicts on all the biggest releases, including Dying Light 2, Total War: Warhammer III, and Sifu. On the hardware side, we’ve taken a close look at the gaming power of 12th generation motherboards. And that’s not even to mention all the features, news, loyal customers, and more you’ve come to expect from the best gaming magazine. We even tried working from 9 to 5 in Red Dead Redemption 2.=.
- The Ultimate Steam Deck Review.
- Plus reviews of Dying Light 2, Total War: Warhammer 3, Sifu, and more.
- A preview of upcoming games like WH40K: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters, Dune: Spice Wars, and Ghostwire: Tokyo.
- Trying to lead a normal life in Red Dead Redemption 2.
- And many, many others!