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Humble Puts Even More IGN Rated 9 and Up Games on Sale

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A few days ago we reported that Humble was putting several games rated 9 and up by IGN into a bundle. Now it appears that Humble has expanded that to a full on sale with many more IGN rated 9 and up games all up for grabs at reduced cost. More so than we can easily list in fact; so I'm going to give you my personal recommendations from this sale. As always, links and Deck Verification (and ProtonDB) will be included for convenience.

Persona 5 Royal ($59.99 $35.99) steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified / ProtonDB Gold

Hi-Fi Rush ($29.99 $22.49) steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified / ProtonDB Gold

Bioshock Infinite ($29.99 $7.49) steam deck playable Steam Deck Playable / ProtonDB Gold

Sonic Adventure 2 ($9.99 $2.49) steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified / ProtonDB Gold

Bioshock ($19.98 $4.99) steam deck playable Steam Deck Playable / ProtonDB Gold

Powerslave Exhumed ($19.99 $14.99) steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified / ProtonDB Platinum

Bayonetta ($19.99 $5.99) steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified / ProtonDB Gold

Tomb Raider GOTY Edition ($19.80 $3.96) steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified / ProtonDB Platinum

If you can only pick one or two games from this sale, then I'd personally recommend Persona 5 Royal and Bioshock. Both games are absolute classics and I'd rank them as games to play before you kick the bucket. On another note, if you go for Sonic Adventure 2 then I'd highly recommend modding the game with the SA2 Mod Loader to fix the PC ports issues.

You can check out the full sale here.

Note: Both Humble and IGN are owned by Ziff Davis, Inc.

Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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A humble Steam Deck owner and fledgling Linux user in general. I've always been interested in Linux replacing Windows as the primary PC gaming OS. But it was always a mess of frustration, drivers, and not knowing which kernel was best. When SteamOS3 and Steam Deck hit the scene however, I realized the true potential of Linux as a gaming platform.
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mountaincow Nov 7, 2023
BioShock games look to be a bit cheaper than mentioned in this article. Shame that remastered aren't on a great discount too. These games are very old now and should really be much cheaper.
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