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The Striking Soulslikes bundle has some punishment ready for you

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Think you have what it takes? These games might test your limits. The Striking Soulslike Bundle is live and here's what compatibility to expect on Linux desktop and Steam Deck.

Checking over each game with the Steam Deck and ProtonDB ratings so you know what to expect. Currently this bundle has 6 games but it states more are coming soon too! Each game is a Steam link too so you can check out their full details to help you decide.

Salt and Sanctuary

  • steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified
  • Native Linux

Blade of Darkness

  • steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB Platinum

Mortal Shell

  • steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB Platinum

Aeterna Noctis

  • steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB Platinum

Loot River

  • steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB: not rated

Sands of Aura

  • steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB: not rated

See the full bundle here.

Overall, seems like a good bundle! I'm keen to see what else will be coming to it later.

Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
Tags: Game Bundle, Misc
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Eike Apr 29, 2023
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QuoteThink you have what it takes?

Nope. (And therefore never even tried.)
Liam Dawe Apr 29, 2023
Good shout, added, will try to remember that for all HB posts going forward.
mamiller May 1, 2023
Humble Bundle never disapoints. Thanks for the share ;)
Minux May 2, 2023
I'm always reticent about Humble Bundle. The thing is... I've never bought there before. I've entered lots of times in their website and seen astonishing prices that would make me get a lot of things. But I feel unsafe about the legality of their website. I've read lots of articles, reviews, but somehow I'm still not sure if I should spend money there.

In fact I'd like to try, but how does exactly everything works? Can you have any legal troubles for buying them? How can the price be something like this when some games on Steam right now have an expensive price? How can I confirm they're working with the games' companies in their deals?

I know they're lots of questions, but I can't stop wondering how all of this is possible while the game on Steam currently has a high price.

Could you give me a bit of advice about this?
Eike May 2, 2023
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Quoting: MinuxCould you give me a bit of advice about this?

Humble is one of about three stores I trustfully use (Steam, GOG, Humble). It's all fine.
poiuz May 2, 2023
Quoting: MinuxCould you give me a bit of advice about this?
Ubisoft has a list of approved distributors. It includes sites like Fanatical, Humble Bundle & GOG:
Approved digital distributors of Ubisoft games
benstor214 May 2, 2023
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Quoting: MinuxCould you give me a bit of advice about this?
I’m speculating here, but seeing that part of humble‘s revenue goes to charities, these deals could very well be tax write-offs for Ubisoft and other involved publishers. In all cases there’s a deal between the publisher and the humble bundle store.
tylerr May 2, 2023
Highly recommend salt and sanctuary, perfect for the deck
denyasis May 2, 2023
Quoting: MinuxCould you give me a bit of advice about this?

It's a key seller, just like any other. They are legit. Used them for probably close to a decade. It's not illegal to sell a game cheaper than in Steam
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