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Time to build you own bundle and get access to a high discount, with the 2K Build Your Own Bundle Sale. With this special sale, each item is on sale by itself but if you buy 3-5 games you get an extra discount added at 3, 4 and 5.

Included in the sale for Linux:

It's odd as Sid Meier’s Civilization VI and XCOM 2 along with their expansions are also on sale but not included in the bundle. Still good deals to know about though and worth checking on if you only want one or two games and not a bunch of them together.

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Shmerl 6 Jun, 2019
For the reference, GOG version of Bioshock Infinite doesn't work in stock Wine, but works in Wine staging (you also need xact override, since staging builds disable faudio).


Last edited by Shmerl on 6 June 2019 at 8:02 pm UTC
Leopard 6 Jun, 2019
Quoting: ShmerlFor the reference, GOG version of Bioshock Infinite doesn't work in stock Wine, but works in Wine staging (you also need xact override, since staging builds disable faudio).

But Humble gives a Steam key , not a GOG one. Stating that in here just pointless imo.
Shmerl 6 Jun, 2019
Quoting: LeopardBut Humble gives a Steam key , not a GOG one. Stating that in here just pointless imo.

Not pointless, since not everyone would want a DRMed sale if there is a DRM-free option that works.


Last edited by Shmerl on 6 June 2019 at 9:20 pm UTC
edo 7 Jun, 2019
Spec ops the line its an awesome game
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Quoting: edoSpec ops the line its an awesome game
Glad you liked it, but I really did not. I don't think all games on rails bother me, but that one felt like too much... too old feeling.
Pecisk 7 Jun, 2019
Quoting: ShmerlFor the reference, GOG version of Bioshock Infinite doesn't work in stock Wine, but works in Wine staging (you also need xact override, since staging builds disable faudio).

Bioshock Infinite native version works perfectly for me, never had issues with it (besides Unreal engine texture popin, which is easy to fix).
Chronarius 7 Jun, 2019
Quoting: Pecisk
Quoting: ShmerlFor the reference, GOG version of Bioshock Infinite doesn't work in stock Wine, but works in Wine staging (you also need xact override, since staging builds disable faudio).

Bioshock Infinite native version works perfectly for me, never had issues with it (besides Unreal engine texture popin, which is easy to fix).

sure, but the native version is not available on GOG. Only a DRM-Free Build for Windows :(
SpaceNomad 8 Jun, 2019
I got Civ 5 with addons and Civ Beyond Earth with Rising Tide in a Civ humblebundle some time ago. But while Civ 5 ran flawlessly, Beyond Earth always crashed randomly after about half an hour of play.
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