3. Fable Anniversary
If you are one of those people who thinks Skyrim is the only fantasy fetch quest game worth your time you can skip this one. For those who require personality, color, and charm in their games then Fable has what you want. This 60 hour open world fantasy game was king of the original Xbox, but it got its own remastered version for the Steam. Now you can play a beautiful world of mischief, leveling up, and magic while lying on your bed.
2. Jet Set Radio
JSR set the standard for cel-shaded graphics when it came out on the Dreamcast. It has long been imitated with Hi-Fi Rush and Bomb Rush, but never duplicated. For those who ever wondered what it was like to be part of a graffiti-hip-hop gang in Tokyo, now is your time. From the Japanese EDM eclectic soundtrack to the gorgeous art style, Jet Set Radio will bless Steam Deck players.
1. Call of Duty Infinite Warfare
This is the ONLY Call of Duty with a single-player campaign that is verified for the Steam Deck. It is a weird flex that this game got chosen among Modern Warfare and Black Ops. This is the only COD to have space battles, laser guns, and space zombies, which makes it an experimental niche. Some critics will call this the worst Call of Duty, while others claim it is criminally underrated. You can sleep easy knowing that your portable Steam Deck can play army in space if it so chooses.
The Steam Deck isn’t the only competition facing the Nintendo Switch in the handheld space. Thanks to the introduction of Google Play Pass, you can now download and play hundreds of games on you mobile device, effectively turning your Android into a Nintendo Switch.