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Virgo Versus The Zodiac gets an official Linux release

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Virgo Versus The Zodiac, what the developer says is an "unforgiving timed actions turn-based JRPG", has been released officially for Linux (and macOS). Inspired by the Mario & Luigi RPG series and the Mother RPG series.

"The game features traditional turn-based combat with real-time execution of moves: blocking, countering and timing your attacks carefully as well as predicting your foes' moves is essential to succeed in Virgo’s twisted and unforgiving cosmic quest to bring back the Golden Age, a period of peace, symmetry and balance, or so she thinks."

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In the release announcement, the developer said: "We have now full support for MAC and LINUX users with native builds for this platform, as promised before. Not only that, the Korean fan translation worked on by Gemini was fully integrated into the full game and you can now choose it from the dropdown menu on settings. Degica logo was also removed from the main game, as Virgo Versus The Zodiac is now being self published."

Nice to see more sweet looking indie gives decide to support Linux directly like this.

Available to buy on Steam.

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Purple Library Guy 2 Mar, 2022
Not my kind of game. Music's kind of catchy though.
Arehandoro 2 Mar, 2022
Is Virgo agaisnt the Zodiac midly based in Saint Seiya? :D
Philadelphus 3 Mar, 2022
Quotehe Korean fan translation worked on by Gemini
As an employee of the Gemini Observatory, this is news to me!
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