Although the Nintendo Switch and the Valve Steam Deck couldn’t be more different from one another, many people have made the mistake of equating them.
There are a lot of things to compare between the two consoles, like the screen, battery life, design, performance, and general game availability.
Both were made for different kinds of mobile gamers, but if you’re serious about gaming on your phone, you’re probably interested in both. There are many games that can be played on either the Nintendo Switch or the Steam Deck.
— 🎮 🎮 (@JMW_BOYZ) October 30, 2022
Several tweets talk about how “The Bible” isn’t on the Nintendo Switch but is on the Steam Deck. “The Bible is not available on the Nintendo Switch, but it is on the Steam Deck,” the tweet says.
The Bible is not available on the Nintendo Switch, but it is on the Steam Deck. pic.twitter.com/Ppbdby6tAX
— Games not on the Switch available on Steam Deck (@DeckVsSwitch) November 8, 2022
In response, one user wrote, “Frankly I don’t give a dam, my Nintendo switch is for playing Nintendo games not reading books.”
Another user replied, “A rare but clear instance where this is a good thing that its not. The e-shop has enough trash in it.”
— GARBAGGIO GOBLINO • 芥悪魔 (@GarbaggioGoblin) November 8, 2022
A lot of games, like Stardew Valley, Carrion, Oxenfree, Life is Strange: True Colors, and many others, are available on both platforms. If you are primarily a Nintendo gamer, however you should purchase a Switch if you don’t already have one.
Sackboy: A Big Adventure is not available on the Nintendo Switch, but it is on the Steam Deck. pic.twitter.com/JpaclGCu1l
— Games not on the Switch available on Steam Deck (@DeckVsSwitch) September 29, 2022
Follow us only on Lee Daily for more news like this.