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Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf being delisted so grab it quick in this bundle

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HeroCraft PC announced that due to licensing Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf is set to be delisted on October 11th, but you can grab it discounted on Humble Bundle along with a bunch of other games. It has a Platinum rating on ProtonDB so it should work great on Linux.

Thankfully even though it's being delisted there's the HeroCraft PC Complete Collection going with it included (in the lowest tier too). To save you clicking around below you'll see the expected compatibility for each title on Steam Deck and Linux desktop, along with any ProtonDB rating and noting any Native Linux versions available (if any rating exists). Plus each is a Steam link, so you can go see more info on each if you need to.

All games in the bundle:

Check out the whole bundle here.

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ObsidianBlk Sep 29, 2023
The way licensing is handled in video games bothers me greatly. To build a product that you want people to enjoy and play but using a license that can either expire (putting a timer on your product) or be pulled on a whim... why do this? It's one thing if the developers, themselves, choose to withdraw their product, but for the IP holder to have the power to do this seems absurd. You either let developers create their game with your IP, and then, there it is, or you don't.

This doesn't happen with movies! If a movie is made by a studio using some other company's IP, you don't see those movies suddenly disappearing from distribution once some license expires. If this happened, I'm sure that Super Mario Brothers movie from the 90s would have disappeared a long time ago, but it didn't. All those Uwe Boll movies, that butcher the IPs they used, are still available.

Why do video games get abused this way by IP holders? This bothers me greatly.
Liam Dawe Sep 29, 2023
Yeah it's annoying. It happens to so many games. We've seen it before with music licenses, rather than remove or replace music, some big publishers just delist the game *sigh*.
amatai Sep 29, 2023
There is no proton status yet but I played the demo of revival : colonization for steam fest next and it was running fine.
redman Sep 29, 2023
Quoting: ObsidianBlkThe way licensing is handled in video games bothers me greatly. To build a product that you want people to enjoy and play but using a license that can either expire (putting a timer on your product) or be pulled on a whim... why do this? It's one thing if the developers, themselves, choose to withdraw their product, but for the IP holder to have the power to do this seems absurd. You either let developers create their game with your IP, and then, there it is, or you don't.

This doesn't happen with movies! If a movie is made by a studio using some other company's IP, you don't see those movies suddenly disappearing from distribution once some license expires. If this happened, I'm sure that Super Mario Brothers movie from the 90s would have disappeared a long time ago, but it didn't. All those Uwe Boll movies, that butcher the IPs they used, are still available.

Why do video games get abused this way by IP holders? This bothers me greatly.

Not only videogames suffer from this, the whole Netflix and Marvel fiasco comes to mind. Daredevil never got the finish it deserve and the episodes are not available....
rkl Sep 29, 2023
Weirdly, the 6 DLCs for Space Wolf don't include the Exceptional Card Pack DLC, but since the Humble purchase only cost me 80p, I tracked down the DLC at Fanatical for 59p (well, 56p with a 5% off coupon) at https://www.fanatical.com/en/dlc/warhammer-40-000-space-wolf-exceptional-card-pack and bought that as well.

Equally weirdly, the special edition of Space Wolf at Fanatical - see https://www.fanatical.com/en/bundle/warhammer-40-000-space-wolf-special-edition - is down to a mere £1, but only comes with 4 DLCs (one of which is, yep, the Exceptional Card Pack). It's really swings and roundabouts as to which set you buy, but there's less than 2 weeks left to do so in either case...


Last edited by rkl on 29 September 2023 at 9:41 pm UTC
Supay Sep 29, 2023
Boardgames suffer the same. There are a raft of Warhammer titles that were produced by Fantasy Flight Games, including ongoing regular release card games, that were all completely cancelled and went out of print purely because Warhammer pulled the licence. There is a good trade in the out of print games as Warhammer stuff is always sought after, and I've done well out of it, but it is ridiculous.
redneckdrow Sep 30, 2023
Meh, I prefer WHF. Dawn of War is really the only good 40k game series in my mind.

Meanwhile, I'm saving up for BG3. After all, ol' "Uncle El" is my avatar!
Phlebiac Sep 30, 2023
Quoting: redmanthe whole Netflix and Marvel fiasco comes to mind. Daredevil never got the finish it deserve and the episodes are not available....

FWIW, they made it available again, on Disney+.
redman Oct 3, 2023
Quoting: Phlebiac
Quoting: redmanthe whole Netflix and Marvel fiasco comes to mind. Daredevil never got the finish it deserve and the episodes are not available....

FWIW, they made it available again, on Disney+.

I search for it and will be pass by the Disney grinding machine... A new season without two main characters, more PG approve, more episodes... Good for the actors I think, bad for the rest...
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