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What game are you truly thankful to have on Linux & SteamOS?

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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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diegstroyer 27 Dec, 2016
The Witcher 3, will be great to play directly in Linux.
PJ 27 Dec, 2016
Xcom2 hands down. Haven't been so hooked while playing a game in a long time. Also along DeusEx a title that brought my faith in Feral back (as my previous 2 purchases, DoW and Tomb rRider namely, didn't work on my hardware setup - which I can understand to some degree as it is not everyday Joe's machine, rather a dual processor machine I use for 3d work and rendering).
Schattenspiegel 30 Dec, 2016
War Thunder - it was the one game I played regularly before I decided to switch to Linux and having a Linux version avaliable made the switch pretty painless in terms of gaming needs at that time.
And Shadowrun: Dragonfall since it "cured" me somewhat from my War Thunder addiction.

Since then I bought and played lots (way to many actually ;-)) of great games for this platform - some of which I probably would not have noticed on Windows.


Last edited by Schattenspiegel on 30 December 2016 at 10:44 am UTC
krasnyii 6 Jan, 2017
Wargame (Red Dragons and others) ! 0_0 700 hours of my life on it.
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