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After a few months in Early Access, the tactical RPG Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark has come along nicely and it's quite impressive.

It became available on Steam back in August, this was with same-day Linux support as promised from developer 6 Eyes Studio after their successful Kickstarter.

The latest updates to the game includes:

  • Numerous balance updates based on feedback, including changes for abilities, classes, shops, loot tables, and treasure
  • More special and unique weapons
  • Made the game enjoyable for more players by adding five preset difficulty settings and full customization options that let gamers choose enemy counts and levels, stats, and item usage
  • Game dialogue has been rewritten by a professional writer
  • New visuals including over 200 spell effects
  • New monsters and the new Bzil race, including a secret playable Bzil character

For those of you after something like Final Fantasy Tactics on Linux, this is probably a pretty good game to check out. However, one thing I really need to mention is that the version of Unity they're using seems to have graphical issues on NVIDIA. It's not just them, a few other games have it too. It makes it quite unplayable for NVIDIA users, I've tried chasing down Unity and NVIDIA about it with no luck for any game it happens on. I do have good news though, you can work around this by adding "-force-vulkan" as a launch option and it then works perfectly.

You can find it in Early Access on Steam. If you want a look at it without paying, they also have a demo available on, which looks like they've kept it up to date too.

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Praxach 10 Dec, 2018
I have this on my wish list. Might have to get a copy for my vacation during the holidays
Kimyrielle 10 Dec, 2018
Hm, this game must have somehow slipped through my fingers when it launched. Bought it now! :)
razing32 10 Dec, 2018
Never played Final Fantasy tactics.
Is it all just combat ?
Or was this trailer just a showcase of combat ?
Salvatos 10 Dec, 2018
Is this the game where the character sprites were perpetually walking in place? Good to see they fixed that :)
14 10 Dec, 2018
I've had this one on my wish list for a while. Games like this are right up my alley. I have to get it when it releases!

By the way, this bullet point looks like a pretty heavy one:
QuoteGame dialogue has been rewritten by a professional writer
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