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I've asked you what number one game you want to have on Linux, but what about games we already have? What is the number one game that you are truly thankful to have on Linux right now?

That last question was tough, but boy is this one difficult.

Honestly, for me it has to be Rocket League. It sure did take a while to actually arrive on Linux, but the wait was more than worth it.

I'm genuinely scared to load the game due to fear of not doing any actual work. It's a fantastic game to grab a few people together, kick back with a rum and coke and just play-ball.

It's a great game for our livestreams too, since it's another game that enables us to get the community involved, it has so many uses!

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Ottopower 23 Dec, 2016
Chaos Reborn
opera 23 Dec, 2016
Life is Strange, because this game was an awesome and very special experience.
Pit 24 Dec, 2016
Quoting: oldrocker99Torchlight 2, believe it or not.

I do believe it, it's also on my top, level with Victor Vran and Bards Tale
kazriko 24 Dec, 2016
When it comes out, it'll probably be Disgaea 2, but other than that it's a tough problem. So many great games.
jnrivers 24 Dec, 2016
Quoting: koyal13Without a doubt... Stellaris! This game have change my gaming life haha :D


Ditto. Stellaris is really well crafted. It gets it's tendrils into my OCD side and before I know it I'm late for work and sleep deprived.
Tkeleth 24 Dec, 2016
Minecraft - still amazing, and for a creative type person, this one is hard to beat.
omboy 24 Dec, 2016
BioShock Infinite

rea987 24 Dec, 2016
Due to unlimited amount of mods, it would be Half-Life 2. I can put literally years to play them all for free.
N30N 24 Dec, 2016
My all time most thankful one would be Quake III. But I've stopped paying several years ago now. My current favourite and only thing I want to play on any platform is Planetary Annihilation: TITANS (currently on sale).

You can see me playing my last league match here:
MintedGamer 24 Dec, 2016
Quoting: jnrivers
Quoting: koyal13Without a doubt... Stellaris! This game have change my gaming life haha :D


Ditto. Stellaris is really well crafted. It gets it's tendrils into my OCD side and before I know it I'm late for work and sleep deprived.

Stellaris was my favourite too, closely followed by Total War Warhammer and Stardew Valley.
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