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Which is good news for us in Australia on the account of the Steam Deck not being available for purchase here... yet. Which means, like many of you, we've been tracking all of the hands-on impressions and reviews and wanting nothing more than to get our actual hands on one. Anyway, as it did for the Valve Index, Valve has created a cool little Portal-verse experience for the handheld.

Called Aperture Desk Job it's all about showcasing the controls for Steam Deck, which you can experience on PC as long as you have a controller.

Introducing Aperture Desk Job — a free playable short made for Valve's new Steam Deck, set in the universe of the modestly popular Portal games.

Desk Job reimagines the been-there-done-that genre of walking simulators and puts them in the lightning-spanked, endorphin-gorged world of sitting still behind things.

You play as an entry-level nobody on their first day at work— your heart full of hope and your legs full of dreams, eager to climb that corporate ladder. But life's got other plans, and they all involve chairs.

And now we go back to waiting for news as to when the Steam Deck will hit our shores.

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