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Feral Interactive are teasing yet another Linux game

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Not to be confused with Feral's teaser from April, this one only has a Linux icon and it's apparently due 'Very Soon'.

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On their teaser radar is the above image with the wording "Spice Clove", which as usual I have no idea. I do love a good guessing game though and Feral do usually port good games.

The fact that it only has a Linux icon, could mean it's a game they have previously ported to Mac or something entirely new.

Begin guessing, what do you think it is? Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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sarmad 9 May, 2017
Please, not another strategy game. We have more than plenty of strategy games on Linux.
erlaan 9 May, 2017
Quoting: Ehvis
Quoting: erlaanI think it's batman! Or sleeping dogs.

Sleeping Dogs is set in China, not Japan.

Let me have my dream!!
rea987 9 May, 2017
Quoting: LeopardDoom , Skyrim and Witcher 3 titles are so desperately needed. Well, they're more mainstreamed and well known titles. Shogun and DoW are not so helpful to Linux.

Have you bothered checking Feral's contracted publishers recently or ever? Are you aware that Bethesda does not work with third party porters? Did you you notice CD Project Red's games are Direct3D exclusives to the point only eON wrapped got around with it, once. You are claiming that Linux needs fast paced shooters; did you know that before 2012, majority of known Linux supported titles are id Software and Epic's fast paced shooters?

Wishing amazing titles like Doom (2016) is okay but bringing that one and Skyrim in every Feral news is pointless. So, I suggest you to stop expecting Linux ports of Bethesda titles; instead asking titles of Sega, Square Enix, Codemasters, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, 2K Games would be more realistic.
FredO 9 May, 2017
You can never have too many Total War games on Linux! I still remember how excited I was when Empire:TW was ported - how quickly it becomes the norm.

I hope they also port Fall of the Samurai?
tijder 9 May, 2017
Quoting: erlaan
Quoting: Ehvis
Quoting: erlaanI think it's batman! Or sleeping dogs.

Sleeping Dogs is set in China, not Japan.

Let me have my dream!!

Sleeping dogs would be awesome!
Leopard 9 May, 2017
Quoting: rea987
Quoting: LeopardDoom , Skyrim and Witcher 3 titles are so desperately needed. Well, they're more mainstreamed and well known titles. Shogun and DoW are not so helpful to Linux.

Have you bothered checking Feral's contracted publishers recently or ever? Are you aware that Bethesda does not work with third party porters? Did you you notice CD Project Red's games are Direct3D exclusives to the point only eON wrapped got around with it, once. You are claiming that Linux needs fast paced shooters; did you know that before 2012, majority of known Linux supported titles are id Software and Epic's fast paced shooters?

Wishing amazing titles like Doom (2016) is okay but bringing that one and Skyrim in every Feral news is pointless. So, I suggest you to stop expecting Linux ports of Bethesda titles; instead asking titles of Sega, Square Enix, Codemasters, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, 2K Games would be more realistic.

Have you tried to understand my statement ; these are most needed genres on Linux and these games are succesful.

Feral can keep that way , doing ports of same genres over and over again. I was buying nearly every Feral title to just for support , even that i don't have time to play them. I think that is enough. I can live without some strategy games , i won't buy until something fresh comes out to the Linux side.
dubigrasu 9 May, 2017
Looking briefly on steam (if I counted correctly) I see that Feral ported Life is Strange, three racing titles, six action titles and eleven strategy ones.
They do like strategy titles it seems.
Not crazy about them myself though, I bought five of those strategy games from Feral (although I'll never play them) only to support them, but not happy with the above numbers.


Last edited by dubigrasu on 9 May 2017 at 8:33 pm UTC
Nezchan 9 May, 2017
Skyrim, Skyrim, Skyrim


A disturbing thought: Maybe one day Feral really will port Skyrim, and then where would I be?
Nezchan 9 May, 2017
Quoting: rea987Wishing amazing titles like Doom (2016) is okay but bringing that one and Skyrim in every Feral news is pointless. So, I suggest you to stop expecting Linux ports of Bethesda titles; instead asking titles of Sega, Square Enix, Codemasters, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, 2K Games would be more realistic.

I reject your reality and substitute my own.

Spoiler, click me
(psst....Skyrim)
razing32 9 May, 2017
Liam: "Hey everyone ,guess this Feral title"
everyone proceeds to beat each other with chairs
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