The Steam Link is a nice way to play PC games when you aren't at your computer. Usually people set it up in their living room to so they can play on a TV while sitting on the couch, but the device can be turned into a nifty arcade machine as well.
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We knew local stock of Valve's Steam Controller and Steam Link was incoming, though if you were expecting some fanfare about their availability, you're going to be disappointed. EB Games has quietly put the devices up for sale, though the pricing leaves a lot to be desired.
Valve's Steam Controller is far and away the most versatile gamepad you can buy right now. Not only is it built on the most automated assembly line in the US, but its dual touchpads and internal gyroscopes make it useful outside games.
Interested? Good. Because after a long wait Valve will finally start shipping the Steam Controller and Steam Link directly to Australia very soon.
It always takes a day or two for Australian gamers to get prompts on Steam. It happens with sales, it happens with the news and it happens with just about anything that is important.
This morning prompts for the Portal 2 + Rocket League deal with Steam hardware -- or the controller, which is what I want -- came through to my account. They were already viewable online, of course, if you used incognito mode or an American VPN or just opened it up normally. But pre-orders still aren't available.
What the hell is going on?