Steam Deck: See PS1, PS2, PS3, PSP and more running on portable

O steam bridge is already among us, and the first hardware reviews from Valve highlighted the great potential of the laptop. Between mistakes and successes, and with still a lot of work to do, there is one thing the system already seems more than capable of doing well: emulating old video games!

Chain ETA Premier was one of the first to post on Youtube in detail and with lots of information on how some of the major consoles and emulators are running on the platform today. To verify:

It should be remembered that Voxel does not encourage piracy in any way, and we only report hardware performance with the journalistic interest of showing potential buyers what the device can or cannot do, and how it behaves compared to other computers in the market.

That said, the video is obviously careful not to show images of more current devices and emulators like CEMU for Nintendo. What it shows, however, is already generating a lot of optimism, with an exemplary performance when running games from older SEGA and Sony consoles, in particular.

What do you think of the potential of this video game? Interested in buying one? Are you more interested in playing classic or recent games? Share your opinion with us in the comments below!

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