In this week’s episode of The TouchArcade Show we talk about the new Playdate on-device app store called Catalog, and that leads to a discussion on game pricing in general and the current state of devalued software. We then dip into some talk about cord-cutting, which I recently helped my parents do, and how the state of streaming services is starting to feel like it’s just turning right back into the cable services we were all so anxious to get rid of. We then talk about the Steam Deck’s first anniversary, WaterField’s lovely new gaming cases, the 3DS eShop closure, and the current buzz around smartphone photography and the tricks that it pulls.
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- Huge Playdate Update Today Brings Catalog, the New On-Device App Store, and Lots of New Games
- The Best Nintendo 3DS eShop Sales to Buy Before It’s Too Late
- Valve Is Celebrating the Steam Deck’s Birthday With Its First Ever Discount and New Startup Movies
- WaterField Unveils Stylish New Magnetic Gaming Cases for Steam Deck, Nintendo Switch, Playdate, and Analogue Pocket