Our favorite games that you'll be able to play the day Steam Deck launches.
At this point, why wouldn't you play the legendary RPG on yet another platform? "Fus Ro Dah!" on the go? Yes please.
We can't think of a potentially more pleasant or relaxing handheld experience than playing Stardew on the Deck.
The anti Stardew Valley when it comes to aniexty. Still, playing frenzied bursts of Hades on the Deck sounds like a good time to us.
Ahead of the Deck's impending release, Valve has updated its iconic FPS with bug fixes, increased FOV, and ultrawide support... not that the latter will do you much good on Steam's handheld.
The brief, gently taxing chamber conundrums of Valve's physics-fiddling puzzler should be perfectly suited for sessions on the Deck.
Double Fine's long-awaited sequel turned out to be another very good platformer. We can't wait to test it out on the Deck.
We gave this a whopping 93% when we reviewed it. Sable's lovely style, chill story, and small install size make it a great fit for going handheld.
Imagine whipping out the Deck throughout a leisurely Saturday, spacing out attempts to stab the man with oat milk lattes and rose garden walks. A true warrior's way.
A tightly paced action game that feels like a compact modern-day Zelda. It's a microscopic epic you'll feel satisfied to finish in 10 hours.
Our 2020 Game of the Year started out on PS4, meaning the Deck shouldn't struggle with performance. The game's slow-paced open world seems perfect for taking away from the desk chair.