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What are you playing this weekend?

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It's the weekend already? It's also September! When did that happen?

This weekend's main dish is going to be Two Point Hospital, the recent release that has you build a hospital and cure people from some really strange and slightly amusing afflications. So far it seems pretty good and runs really nicely. I will have some proper thoughts up early next week on that!

I've no doubt I will also be diving into some more BlazeRush (70% off on Humble) and Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime (60% off on Humble). Both of which I'm loving in local multiplayer with the mini-me.

Doom in Steam Play is also on the radar. I have to say I am really impressed with it, some good demon slaying to be had. The Vulkan performance is nuts, so smooth!

So the question is: what are you playing this weekend? Do let us know what you think about it!

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jens 1 Sep, 2018
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GTA 5 on Linux :)
Boldos 1 Sep, 2018
Two Point Hospital, Phantom Doctrine, Wolfenstein New Order :)
TimeFreeze 1 Sep, 2018
Ion Maiden, Half-Life (Complete from HL1 -2 to all Addons to even Source and Black Mesa port/remake), Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition, Metanoia, Turok, Arx Fatalis, One More Dungeon and The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild on my Nintendo Switch.


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tmtvl 1 Sep, 2018
Might play some Civ5:G&K/BNW, not gonna have a lot of time for gaming these two days, though.
Leopard 1 Sep, 2018
Fallout New Vegas , Gta Vice City via Proton , Civ5 , Medieval2 and Mad Max natively
fabry92 1 Sep, 2018
Two point hospital
tuubi 1 Sep, 2018
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I'll be continuing my playthrough of Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy, which I recently got as a gift. It's a well executed remaster of a PS2-era 3D platformer with two unique playable characters and plenty to see and do. The Linux release seems pretty much flawless. Well worth playing if you can handle the occasional awkwardness inherent to the genre. Just don't give up before you finish the tutorial like Samsai did. :P

I'm also liable to help my Linux buddies lose a few Rocket League matches, and I really should finish my Dirt Rally GOL league run as well.

If I'm not feeling quite up for action, Deponia Doomsday will provide a satisfactory point-and-click adventure fix.
Spud13y 1 Sep, 2018
Quoting: Mr. PinskyGTA V.

Yes, it runs on Steam Play/Proton :D

Needs a workaround to make it start, and it occasionally starts stuttering after a while, but overall it's a pretty smooth experience.

How? I've seen footage of it running on Linux, but couldn't find anything to tell me how to get past that Social Club loading.
Nezchan 1 Sep, 2018
Mostly oldschool (WotLK) WoW on a private server via Wine. Probably not going to be doing much native Linux gaming for a couple more weeks.
gojul 1 Sep, 2018
Quoting: RoosterWhich Skyrim version are you guys using? I was thinking of getting the Legendary Edition.

The classic one with all DLCs and high res texture pack.
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