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Fanatical offering a new Premium Steam Deck Bundle

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With a whole bunch of games that are Steam Deck Verified, the new Play on the Go Premium Edition Bundle from Fanatical may be worth a look. No need for me to give you a breakdown on compatibility this time, since every single game should be click and play (same for Linux desktop too).

This is a build your own bundle where you can pick 2, 3 or 5 games and get a discount of them together.

Here's all that's included:

If any of those interest you then do go check out the full bundle.

Don't miss out their Killer Bundle 26 with plenty of good stuff, with my previous article going over compatibility for Steam Deck and desktop Linux.

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elmapul May 16, 2023
for a moment i thought it was an bundle like: purchase an steamdeck+this game for just <small price>.
for example my nintendo64 came with mario, a few came with banjo kazooie or stuff like that, those often came with special box art, colors and stuff like that.
lukas333 May 16, 2023
Doom is nobrainer if you don't have it.
damarrin May 17, 2023
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Firefox doesn't like the kqzyf domain included in the "the full bundle" link and wouldn't open it for me
Pengling May 17, 2023
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Quoting: elmapulfor a moment i thought it was an bundle like: purchase an steamdeck+this game for just <small price>.
for example my nintendo64 came with mario, a few came with banjo kazooie or stuff like that, those often came with special box art, colors and stuff like that.
For some reason, I can suddenly picture a Steam Deck Bomberman pack, containing Deck, Dock, game, and some extra controllers for multiplayer matches.
StoneColdSpider May 17, 2023
Quoting: Pengling
Quoting: elmapulfor a moment i thought it was an bundle like: purchase an steamdeck+this game for just <small price>.
for example my nintendo64 came with mario, a few came with banjo kazooie or stuff like that, those often came with special box art, colors and stuff like that.
For some reason, I can suddenly picture a Steam Deck Bomberman pack, containing Deck, Dock, game, and some extra controllers for multiplayer matches.
You have more chance of collecting Unicorn Fart Dust than getting the Steam Deck Bomberman Pack.......
Pengling May 17, 2023
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Quoting: StoneColdSpiderYou have more chance of collecting Unicorn Fart Dust than getting the Steam Deck Bomberman Pack.......
HAHAHAHAHAHA! I know, and that makes me sad!
elmapul May 17, 2023
Quoting: Pengling
Quoting: elmapulfor a moment i thought it was an bundle like: purchase an steamdeck+this game for just <small price>.
for example my nintendo64 came with mario, a few came with banjo kazooie or stuff like that, those often came with special box art, colors and stuff like that.
For some reason, I can suddenly picture a Steam Deck Bomberman pack, containing Deck, Dock, game, and some extra controllers for multiplayer matches.

what i want the most is for companies like sega, nintendo and sony to relase their own take on this.

imagine if nintendo/sony get another bad generation where they cant get support from thirdy parts or sell well their console and decide to launch an linux based console instead? i doubt they would make it as open as steamdeck where you can install games from other stores or emulators, but at least that would help to reduce the cost of multi OS game development.

it may sound impossible, but we already had some consoles from nintendo (nes mini, snes mini, the new game n watch), from sony (playstation classics) from sega (game gear micro) and even atari!
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