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What are you clicking on this weekend? Come tell us

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It's the weekend and hopefully some of you will find the time to relax and play some games. There's been a lot of new releases lately too!

For me, I'm a little torn.

The new Stoneshard update is really good, filled full of new content to play through and a lot of new weapons to try out. The brutal combat and setting certainly takes getting used to, along with the health system. I've lost count on the amount of times I've died in it over the last few days.

I also want to play a whole lot more Burning Knight simply because it's so incredibly fun to blast through. So much insane action when you manage to build up a list of items. Just look at how ridiculous it can be!

You know what? I'm clicking Play on Burning Knight as soon as this goes up…

Over to you: what will you be clicking on across this weekend and into next week? Let us know in the comments and suggest some good picks for your fellow GOL reader.

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Botonoski 7 Jun
I've been playing Cities Skylines, I knew that if I waited long enough the game would go on sale for real cheap eventually, and that finally came to pass recently on Humble Bundle.
I forgot how stressed out I get when playing city management games. The one thing I hate the most is managing traffic, no matter how many roundabouts I add, or how much I widen the lanes, or how many routes I add, there is always jams somewhere which slowly kill the cities I make.
ghiuma 7 Jun
I'm divided between Fallout 4 and Greedfall, maybe I'm going back to Elex or Outward ... I'll do some missions here and there ... XD
Been trying to get back into gaming but really I feel like going to bed and waking up in 2021! LMAO
omicron-b 7 Jun
Odisej
omicron-bStar Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast (Wine)

Did you manage to solve the issue with music not playing?
I use Ubuntu 20.04 for Wine games that don't run via Proton on my Debian.
Back on 18.04 I had to install libmpg123-0:i386 for some games to have sound, this package provides MP3 support in 32-bit Wine prefixes.
On Ubuntu 20.04 it is already installed, probably as a dependency of Wine, so everything works out of the box for me.


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I finally started watch dogs via proton, after years of ownership. It's now a one click experience, but I suspect a significant performance drop compared to the windows version.
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I am switching between Ratropolis, a cute blend of Slay the Spire and Kingdom, and Crucible with a friend.

Patola
mylkacrucible is still working
And it is really pretty. Its performance is also good. Hope it stays playable.

Unfortunately, for me the game is barely playable ; I only get around 40-50 fps at low details. My friend is playing on Windows 10, same GPU as me (Geforce 1070), but he recently upgraded to a Ryzen 3700x, and he is getting ~80 fps in high.
Not sure if the difference lies in the CPU, Windows vs proton, or both... But it seems that even Windows users are complaining about low performances.

I am also looking at Monster Train, which seems cool but has minor issues on proton, and Adore, but there seem to be no reports on protondb yet.
Kalua 7 Jun
No Linux nor Windows for me this weekend. Only C64 games :D.
Some Turrican, Krakout and The Yawn (probably one of the funniest text adventures of all time (only in German)).
pete910 7 Jun
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Also , X4 if I get the chance!
ironhead 7 Jun
NanobangSubnautica via Steam Play has been an absolute blast! The world is beautiful and complex, but the UI is simple to learn and use. It's the first game that makes me wish I had a VR rig because it has VR. Swimming through an alien ocean in VR ... how cool would that be?

I love Subnautica too and can't wait for Below Zero to be finished. Regarding VR,
I tried it and found it really scary. I definitely don't want to meet a Leviathan while in VR...
Kohrias 7 Jun
I have been playing Divinity: Original Sin 2 with 2 friends lately. The very high ratings are justified :) The fights are amazing and the story/quests are great as well. It is a bit different but I think it is somewhat of a successor to Neverwinter Nights.
It is currently 50% off on GOG.
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