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Get loads of Resident Evil in the latest Humble Bundle

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Love Resident Evil and want to get a whole lot of it? Humble Bundle have put up the Resident Evil Decades of Horror bundle and it's a pretty full collection. Going over each game I'll list the Steam Deck Verified rating plus either Native Linux status or ProtonDB ranking so you've got the full picture.

Resident Evil

  • steam deck verified Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB Gold

Resident Evil Revelations

  • steam deck verified Deck Unchecked
  • ProtonDB Gold

Resident Evil Revelations 2 Deluxe

  • steam deck verified Deck Playable
  • ProtonDB Gold

Resident Evil 0

  • steam deck verified Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB Silver

Resident Evil 2

  • steam deck verified Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB Gold

Resident Evil 3

  • steam deck verified Deck Unsupported
  • ProtonDB Gold

Resident Evil 4

  • steam deck verified Deck Playable
  • ProtonDB Gold

Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition

  • steam deck verified Deck Unsupported
  • ProtonDB Gold

Resident Evil 6

  • steam deck verified Deck Unchecked
  • ProtonDB Gold

Resident Evil 7 Biohazard

  • steam deck verified Deck Unchecked
  • ProtonDB Gold

Plus you also get a coupon for 50% off Resident Evil Village

  • steam deck verified Deck Playable
  • ProtonDB Gold

Check out the full bundle here if interested.

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10 comments

Arehandoro Aug 12, 2022
If it wasn't because I'd shit my pants with them, would probably buy the bundle.
StoneColdSpider Aug 12, 2022
I own nearly every one but I have never played them...... I should play the first one, one day....... Might do it during the spoopy season!
Linas Aug 12, 2022
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I wonder how can a game be Deck Verified and ProtonDB Silver at the same time? Like one of those are way off, and I would trust ProtonDB more at this point.
Liam Dawe Aug 12, 2022
Quoting: LinasI wonder how can a game be Deck Verified and ProtonDB Silver at the same time? Like one of those are way off, and I would trust ProtonDB more at this point.
The Deck is a standard set piece of hardware and software, ProtonDB covers thousands of possible combinations of hardware and software.


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Linas Aug 12, 2022
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Quoting: Liam Dawe
Quoting: LinasI wonder how can a game be Deck Verified and ProtonDB Silver at the same time? Like one of those are way off, and I would trust ProtonDB more at this point.
The Deck is a standard set piece of hardware and software, ProtonDB covers thousands of possible combinations of hardware and software.
Yes, that is a factor. But would there be any reason for something like video playback to work on the Deck, but not on regular Proton? Does Valve have any proprietary plugins that are not available on the desktop?
Liam Dawe Aug 12, 2022
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Quoting: Liam Dawe
Quoting: LinasI wonder how can a game be Deck Verified and ProtonDB Silver at the same time? Like one of those are way off, and I would trust ProtonDB more at this point.
The Deck is a standard set piece of hardware and software, ProtonDB covers thousands of possible combinations of hardware and software.
Yes, that is a factor. But would there be any reason for something like video playback to work on the Deck, but not on regular Proton? Does Valve have any proprietary plugins that are not available on the desktop?
I imagine the reason on videos might be because they would render them specifically for the deck screen size and resolution, again a pro of it being a fixed point.
damarrin Aug 12, 2022
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RE3 is fully playable without a hitch on the SD, I have no idea why it’s marked unsupported.
Phlebiac Aug 13, 2022
I was a bit hesitant since I already had most of the games, but the fact I could allocate a huge chunk to GOL helped me decide to go for it. :)
WorMzy Aug 13, 2022
Great series, up until 4. Still hoping Code Veronica will come to PC at some point -- don't fancy fishing my copy out of the attic any time soon.
CFWhitman Aug 15, 2022
I think I played the original on the Playstation a bit way back in the late 90s. I happen to have picked up Village, the remake/remaster of Resident Evil, and also 0 incidentally in a bundle or with hardware, but I haven't played them. I'm not generally into zombie or horror games (though to me, the ability to fight whatever's after you is not quite the same as pure horror), but I've been meaning to at least take a look at these games sometime since I have them. I'm not sure I'm ready to pick up the rest of the series, though.
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