You can get Shadow of Mordor, Shadow of War and more in this bundle

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Ready for the weekend? Humble Bundle just put up the Fantastic Journeys: Middle-earth and Beyond bundle and it's actually pretty darn good. As usual now I'll be going over each game to list the Steam Deck Verified rating plus either Native Linux status or ProtonDB ranking so you've got the full picture.

Shadow of Mordor - Game of the Year Edition

  • steam deck verified Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB Gold (also has an old Native Linux port)

Shadow of War - Definitive Edition

  • steam deck verified Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB Gold

LEGO: The Hobbit + three DLC packs

  • steam deck verified Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB Platinum

LEGO The Lord of the Rings

  • steam deck verified Deck Unsupported
  • ProtonDB Gold

Gauntlet Slayer Edition + one DLC

  • steam deck verified Deck Unrated
  • ProtonDB Platinum

LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1 - 4

  • steam deck verified Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB Gold

LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5 - 7

  • steam deck verified Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB Gold

See the full bundle if you want it.

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ahoneybun 27 Aug
I gave my fiancee pretty much all of them as she loves LEGO games but I got Shadow of War on PC now!
pageround 27 Aug
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For what its worth, I was playing Lego LOTR with GE-Proton today. I'll have to try that out on the deck. The Hobbit, although highly rated is apparently unfinished. Just a warning if you're expecting an ending like in the book.
rcrit 27 Aug
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The last time I played The Hobbit the fishing mechanic didn't work. I'll have to give it another go.
lukas333 27 Aug
Shadow games are so good. They can get boring as theyre a bit repetetive, but I always come back.
WorMzy 27 Aug
Apparently I haven't played Shadow of Mordor since 2018, but I remember it being pretty good fun. Maybe I'll give it another go at some point, assuming the native Linux version still works -- it'd be good to see how the game ends.
subedii 28 Aug
It's often overlooked, but I can happily recommend Gauntlet for good simple coop fun. Most such games are usually focused on the grind, which is pretty light in Gauntlet (and mostly introduced after release as new abilities to buy, because people felt there should be something to "work towards" when playing).

Don't shoot the food.
Eike 28 Aug
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Quoting: WorMzyApparently I haven't played Shadow of Mordor since 2018, but I remember it being pretty good fun. Maybe I'll give it another go at some point, assuming the native Linux version still works -- it'd be good to see how the game ends.

TBH, I remember the game as being very good - but the ending not so much. I liked the feeling of a world where things happen all the time, not just around you to please you, and of course the nemesis system or how they called it. Enemies remembering you.
KohlyKohl 28 Aug
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Last edited by KohlyKohl on 30 August 2022 at 6:44 pm UTC
const 29 Aug
Quoting: lukas333Shadow games are so good. They can get boring as theyre a bit repetetive, but I always come back.

I still can't believe they have a patent on the nemesis system. I hate trivial patents, I hate software patents and I hate patents on ideas. This pretty much fills all the boxes. The fact they have appied that patent makes the game completely not enjoyable to me, sadly.


Last edited by const on 29 August 2022 at 10:56 am UTC
Eike 29 Aug
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I would have overlooked this bundle if the commenters wouldn't have mentioned the Lego games. Bought all of it, mainly for the little ones. They're playing Lego the Movie - The Game (What a title!?!) now as their first action game and are having lots of fun. This is a case where it's nice to have twins. ;)
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