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For those of you who don't have a hard stance on being native-only, check out the latest Humble Monthly which has Yakuza 0.

Going by the reports on ProtonDB, it seems to run reasonably well. The main issue it seems to suffer from is based on where you install it. One comment in particular notes "The game must be installed somewhere without a "." in the path or the game will crash on a heavy punch.". Apart from that, most reports say it does work very nicely.

There's also The Division included, which sadly doesn't seem to work at all with Steam Play and Humble only gives a Uplay key for that anyway.

They also give you more games next month, typically you get around 8 or 9 in total when the full bundle unlocks although there’s been 10 a few times as well.

As always, you also get access to the Humble Trove, a curated selection of DRM Free games to download and keep any time. Last I checked there were over 40 native Linux games available in the Trove including titles like: SOMA, The Penumbra Collection, The End Is Nigh, Tiny Echo, Super Meat Boy and plenty more.

It’s your decision if you pick it up or not we’re just here to let you know what’s around.

See the latest Humble Monthly here.

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