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Here's the most played Steam Deck games for November 2023

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December has arrived and so Valve have revealed the most popular games played on Steam Deck through November 2023 sorted by hours played overall.

Here's the list for you with each being a direct Steam link to go and grab them if you want:

Going by SteamDB there's now 12,680 games that are rated Playable and Verified for the Steam Deck. So there's something for everyone, although that's only what Valve have directly tested - many games not currently tested work just fine. There's also 3,636 games noted to be Unsupported.

What have you been playing recently?

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CatKiller Dec 1, 2023
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QuoteWhat have you been playing recently?

Just finished GTA Batman and now I'm playing Crowns And Pawns.
tfk Dec 1, 2023
Horizon chase turbo
Pengling Dec 1, 2023
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More of Super Bomberman R 2 (Proton), so no change there, but here's Bomberman in a nice festive outfit for the season.


Also, I finished the delightfully-silly Chop Goblins (Proton) during the week...


... And I just got started on Battle City (NES), via RetroDECK.
StoneColdSpider Dec 1, 2023
Quoting: Pengling
More of Super Bomberman R 2 (Proton), so no change there, but here's Bomberman in a nice festive outfit for the season.


Also, I finished the delightfully-silly Chop Goblins (Proton) during the week...


... And I just got started on Battle City (NES), via RetroDECK.
Woah...... Settle down there Pengling....... You cant show that much colour in games today....... It needs to be grey-brown with loads of bloom.......
Dorrit Dec 1, 2023
Quoting: CatKillerCrowns And Pawns
I'll have to play it, everything about it tickles my fancy.
dvd Dec 1, 2023
Wow i never knew it was called Battle City. Will have to search for it, i really enjoyed playing it and making custom maps for it as a kid.

As for the list, people still play Skyrim and Fallout 4?
lvlark Dec 1, 2023
On the deck, I've been playing some Chained Echoes. I feel like the some is a bit of a problem, I'm not that far in and I'm not catching the story well enough. The vibrant environment and the JRPG nostalgia make up for it though!
DriftMonkey Dec 1, 2023
RoRR is occupying alot of my Deck time right now.
Phlebiac Dec 2, 2023
Quoting: CatKillerJust finished GTA Batman and now I'm playing Crowns And Pawns.

I loved the earlier Arkham games, but I could never get into games with a lot of driving (like GTA), so haven't delved into Arkham Knight much. Is driving the Batmobile required for a lot of the game?

Also curious about Crowns and Pawns; at one point the reviews seemed a bit mixed, although they look fairly solid now. How does it compare to something like the Broken Sword series?

But to answer the question at hand: I've been playing Disco Elysium. The art style put me off a little at first, and it's quite text-heavy at times, but the story and writing have definitely kept it interesting.


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CatKiller Dec 2, 2023
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Quoting: PhlebiacI loved the earlier Arkham games, but I could never get into games with a lot of driving (like GTA), so haven't delved into Arkham Knight much. Is driving the Batmobile required for a lot of the game?


The story mode has you up against tanks (lots of tanks) so it's not optional. And as well as Riddler trophies and puzzles there are riddler races. There's a lot of car-required content, but there's a lot of content overall. I think my playthrough was around 70/30 in favour of not being in the car.

Quoting: PhlebiacAlso curious about Crowns and Pawns; at one point the reviews seemed a bit mixed, although they look fairly solid now. How does it compare to something like the Broken Sword series?

It's definitely on the Broken Sword trajectory, but less dark in story I would say. "Grandfather died and left you his house" is also the start of Stardew Valley, after all. It has tank controls like OG Grim Fandango which takes a bit of getting used to, but the controller layout is pretty good.
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