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Deadly Premonition 2 on Steam Deck – performance preview

Infamous for its tragic performance on Nintendo Switch – Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise is now available on PC. How does it perform on Steam Deck? Sadly, the port is very mediocre. Deadly Premonition 2 has no graphic settings, you can’t even change the resolution. Fortunately, performance is pretty good considering how the game runs on Nintendo Switch. …

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Midnight Fight Express on Steam Deck (demo)

Announced a while ago, Midnight Fight Express is a surprisingly fun indie production. The fast and challenging beat ’em up with an extensive and dynamic combat system won’t debut until September, but we can check out the demo today. How Midnight Fight Express works on Steam Deck? You can play it at near perfect 60FPS in 720p at medium-high graphics …

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POSTAL: Brain Damaged on Steam Deck

Retro shooter POSTAL: Brain Damaged is a spin-off of one of the craziest FPS series.. Full of fast paced action, absurd humor and violence. How It’s working on Steam Deck? Good news – the game launches without any problems with 40FPS+ and detects the controller correctly. Bad news – this is another Unity Engine title where cut-scenes don’t work. Fortunately, …

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Uragun on Steam Deck – Performance test

Uragun is a new indie game in the top-down shooter genre. Mech, fairly high difficulty, hordes of enemies and some bullet hell mechanics are the perfect combination for Steam Deck. The game launches with no problems and automatically detects the controller. Uragun has simple, but attractive and full of special effects visuals. Unfortunately, early access does not offer advanced graphics …

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My time at Sandrock on Steam Deck – performance preview

Beta verson of My Time at Sandrock performed below expectations on Steam Deck – gamepad didn’t work, frame rate often dropped to critical values. Today is the early access release and unfortunately the game is still barely playable. The controls have been fixed in today’s update, but performance still leaves a lot to be desired. First of all – regardless …

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How I fixed graphic issues in Deadpool on Steam Deck

Deadpool is another game removed from distribution, but if you have it in your library it’s worth playing on Steam Deck. The game has an ‘unsupported’ status due to numerous graphical bugs, but I was able to fix them. There is a similar problem with graphical errors in Alpha Protocol – check it out. Let’s get started with the guide! …

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How I fixed graphic issues in Alpha Protocol on Steam Deck

Alpha Protocol is one of the most uneven games I’ve played. On one hand it’s an interesting RPG, on the other it’s an underdeveloped action game full of poor design choices. However, it has plenty of atmosphere and provides hours of solid gameplay. Unfortunately, it was removed from distribution a few years ago, but if you have it in your …

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Flynn Son of Crimson on Steam Deck

Another indie production that works great on Steam Deck. Flynn Son of Crimson runs almost perfectly. Proper gamepad detection, stable 60FPS with almost zero stutter, great UI. Flynn runs out-of-the-box and requires no additional actions.

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Moonlighter on Steam Deck

Moonlighter on Steam Deck works very well. There are no performance issues at all. Pixel art looks great on a small screen and guarantees very good battery life. The only problem I’ve noticed is the somewhat small UI. The game is fully playable, however the HUD scaling option is missing.The controls work fine right from the start of the game.

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My Time at Sandrock Beta Steam Deck performance test and gameplay

My Time at Sandrock can’t maintain a stable 30FPS on low settings at 1280×800 resolution, but it is very playable and looks nice on a small screen. This is a beta and the game will debut in early access. It is likely that performance will improve over time. To achieve the best video quality, the game is recorded on PC …

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