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Nii
Nii
May 3, 2023

Personally I wish the situation was different, the Steam Deck was designed to provide fun, not to be a component in a war, but I suppose this is a natural inevitability in times of crisis, everything has to be turned into tools of survival, that has been the case for centuries. The whole thing sorta reminds me of the turrets in Half-life 1, which is a bit ironic, in the end Valve unknowingly helped create something like those things irl.

MyDude
MyDude
May 3, 2023
Kevin Z. Vandelay

It reminds me of when israel was using Xbox 360 controllers for drive tanks

Kevin Z. Vandelay

Experimenting with* Xbox 360 controllers

Diflin
Diflin
May 4, 2023

imagine finding out you lost to the team using these things

gabelaugh2
fleaman
fleaman
May 3, 2023

tf2 in real-life

honestly i dont know

wh huh

HallacAs
HallacAs
May 4, 2023

Aperture Desk Job irl

TEX
TEX
May 4, 2023

Valve unintentionally just created the best controller for war machines. Now I'm waiting till they realize they can probably get a camera view working on the screen and then gyro controls lmao.

Komik
Komik
May 3, 2023

Wrangler in real life

amsterdam
amsterdam
Jul 14, 2023

so your telling me some poor russian will get his head blown off cuz a ukrainian has abit of hours on aimlabs

Scout Gaming
Scout Gaming
May 9, 2023

the wrangler

GenericUsername3650

All we need now is a fully-functioning Portal turret/TF2 sentry gun

FarisPlayz
FarisPlayz
May 4, 2023

the steam deck is the wrangler