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The Epic Games Store will be giving away a different PC game for free every day for 15 days starting December 13, 2023. The GOG Winter sale begins the same day. And Humble Bundle is already bringing back some of the year’s most popular bundles on PC games and other content.

If you’re looking for a device to play those games on, there’s no shortage of gaming PCs on the market these days. But if you’ve got your heart set on a truly portable gaming PC, there are a number of deals on current and previous-gen handhelds at the moment. You can pick up an Asus ROG Ally with a Ryzen Z1 Extreme processor for $600, a Steam Deck for as little as $349, or save on previous-gen handhelds from AYA and One Netbook.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Handheld gaming PCs

Other PCs

Downloads & Streaming


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  1. I decided this month to buy a bunch of games, to try to get back much of my old collection that I had a decade ago.

    GOG has been awesome, and they allow you to do full offline backups, which I backed up to optical disc and can have forever.

    I had some issues with a few orders, and GOG replied to me within a few days and sorted it out.
    All I’m saying is, I’ve heard bad things about steam, but my experience with GOG has been good. Just wanted to give a +1 to GOG in this instance.