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Get lots of Mega Man games in this Humble Bundle

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There's a new big Mega Man Humble Bundle live and plenty of them work just fine across Linux Desktop and Steam Deck, so here's all the info you need.

Included in the bundle are:

Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection - steam deck verified Deck Verified / ProtonDB Platinum

Mega Man 11steam deck verified Deck Verified / ProtonDB Gold

Mega Man X Legacy Collection 2 - steam deck unsupported Deck Unsupported / ProtonDB Gold

Mega Man X Legacy Collection - steam deck unsupported Deck Unsupported / ProtonDB Gold

Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 - steam deck unsupported Deck Unsupported / ProtonDB Gold

Mega Man Legacy Collectionsteam deck verified Deck Verified / ProtonDB Gold

+ 34% off MEGA MAN X DiVE Offline and 50% off Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection Vol. 1 and Vol. 2.

Valve's ratings on some for Steam Deck are quite old, so those that are Unsupported on Steam Deck may now work fine.

Check the full bundle here.

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Pengling Feb 7
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Lots of very good games in here. I have to give a special shout-out to Mega Man ZX Advent, in which one of the two playable characters is voiced in English by the same actor who later went on to voice Bomberman in the modern titles in that series.

Also, Mega Man 11 is a short-but-sweet jumping-on point if you're new to the Mega Man games, with lots of options to cater to fans old and new - I highly recommend that one, too.

Unfortunately, it's also worth noting that some of these games have had undeclared DRM added to them recently, years after release, and given Capcom's current policies it's likely that the rest will follow.
Peffse Feb 7
I've heard the new DRM is near rootkit levels of intrusive. Does that affect just Windows?
Pengling Feb 7
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Quoting: PeffseI've heard the new DRM is near rootkit levels of intrusive. Does that affect just Windows?
I don't know and I'd like to know this too. I uninstalled my handful of Capcom titles on principle regardless, because aside from it now not being what was advertised, in my books surreptitiously adding unwanted software whose behaviour and presence is undeclared is just malware distribution.

Of course, it's their right to have it there just as it's mine to remove it, I just feel that what they've done is underhanded.
Tchey Feb 7
I’ve never really liked Megaman games, i don’t know why, i can’t understand why or how it’s so "good".

Back in time, with the NES then the Megadrive/Genesis, i played and liked Super Mario 1-3, Earthworm Jim 1-2, Sonic 1-3, Ecco the Dolphin 1-2, Aladdin, The Lion King, The Lost Vikings (not really the same but still i wanted to name this awesome game), and many others, but Megaman never really hit me.
Pengling Feb 7
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Quoting: TcheyBack in time, with the NES then the Megadrive/Genesis, i played and liked Super Mario 1-3, Earthworm Jim 1-2, Sonic 1-3, Ecco the Dolphin 1-2, Aladdin, The Lion King, The Lost Vikings (not really the same but still i wanted to name this awesome game), and many others, but Megaman never really hit me.
Would I be right if I guessed that Contra, Gunstar Heroes, Metal Slug, and other games of the "run-and-gun" ilk also aren't your jam?

I can certainly see no common-ground between your list of classics here (some true greats that are dear to my heart here ) and Mega Man (and, indeed, Disney's Darkwing Duck for the NES, which uses the Mega Man engine and plays near-identically), which is a very different sort of thing - and there's nothing wrong with that, of course!
chuzzle44 Feb 8
Quoting: TcheyI’ve never really liked Megaman games, i don’t know why, i can’t understand why or how it’s so "good".

Back in time, with the NES then the Megadrive/Genesis, i played and liked Super Mario 1-3, Earthworm Jim 1-2, Sonic 1-3, Ecco the Dolphin 1-2, Aladdin, The Lion King, The Lost Vikings (not really the same but still i wanted to name this awesome game), and many others, but Megaman never really hit me.

I've always felt the same way. I don't hate them, but they just feel kind of clunky to me.

Quoting: PeffseI've heard the new DRM is near rootkit levels of intrusive. Does that affect just Windows?

And now I definitely won't be buying them. I don't even buy EA and Ubisoft games anymore because of the external launchers. I've had quite enough of this garbage.
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