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Celebrate Valentine's Day with this Bloody Sale

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Whether we're celebrating with loved ones or just staying home alone, Valentines Day is a special day. And what better way to celebrate than by ripping out someones spine or mowing down folks with a shotgun. Well at least that's how I celebrate, and if you wanna celebrate in that way then look no further with Warner Brothers' Bloody Valentines Day sale.

Now, it's not the entire Warner Brothers games catalog on sale. In fact it's mostly Mortal Kombat with some Back 4 Blood and F.E.A.R. on the side. 

Steam Deck compatibility will also be listed for convenience. Though it should be noted that, despite being listed as Unsupported, Mortal Kombat 11 runs just fine on Steam Deck according to ProtonDB.

If you're a fighting game fan I don't think you can get a better deal than the combo pack of injustice 2 and MK11. Even if you already own one of the two like I do with MK11, I still think it's an amazing deal. However, if you just wanna dip your toes in the waters of Mortal Kombat then I recommend the MKX deal. It's a shame MK1 isn't included in this sale, that'd be nice if it was.

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Really wanted to find a MK11+Injustice 2 bundle trailer. Oh well.

As an FPS fan though I've heard great things about F.E.A.R. so this might be a good time for me to snag the collection. Especially as it's the only way to buy the first F.E.A.R. game on Steam for some bizarre reason. I can't speak to Back 4 Blood though, I'd rather play Left 4 Dead 2.

The Bloody Valentine sale can be checked out on Steam and runs until February 19th at 10AM PST / 6PM UTC, just in case you're waiting on payday to check out these deals.

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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williamjcm Feb 14
Damn, even though I already have the first game, the F.E.A.R. collection for that price is a steal.
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