Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom has no issues I can find.

Mattumanu

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Both the original game and the sequel were on sale so I picked them up. Having never played either of them before on a console or a windows computer I don't know about how they perform, but they play smoothly pretty much all the time.
 

Mattumanu

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Actually, I'm just talking about desktop gaming. I installed Linux Mint 21 "Vannessa" on a drive, immediately went to the software manager and got the Flatpak version of Steam, and logged in. Then I picked Proton 6.3 as my default (experimental works as well, but I use this one for reasons), installed the game and it works out of the box.

Linux gaming has gotten that easy in the last six months. I now no longer have on a single game that doesn't work on Linux. That likely means all my game will work on the deck!
 

markipolo

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ah, I got mildly confused a bit, but yeah, steam/valve seems to be touting the Linux experience more and more...

It's possible that, given time, the Steam deck will encourage more developers to start making stuff for the Linux environment. 😁
 
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