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First-person grappling-hook platformer 'The Free Ones' is out with Linux support, it's pretty good

The Free Ones is a first-person platformer that sees a slave escape from captivity and it's out with Linux support.

Open-world vehicle builder 'TerraTech' has left Early Access

I absolutely love games that let me build something, drive around and blow stuff up so I've been enjoying my time with TerraTech which is now out.

Exiled Kingdoms - a mobile RPG with decent depth, now on Linux

Hello and welcome to my first article on GOL. Today I will talk about a game I played on Android and eventually on Linux called Exile Kingdoms. I first played this game on a tablet, under circumstances I have honestly forgotten, but it left an impression. I decided to pick it up on Steam to relive the experience on a more comfortable platform.

Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire – Beast of Winter is now available, some thoughts

The first batch of paid content for the sprawling RPG title has landed today. I had the opportunity to experience the new content in the Deadfire and have a few thoughts to share about the experience.

Thoughts on the Corsair STRAFE RGB Mechanical Keyboard with Cherry MX Silent Switches

If you're after a mechanical keyboard that isn't overly expensive, has some good features and not insanely loud, the Corsair STRAFE RGB Mechanical Keyboard with Cherry MX Silent Switches is a damn good bit of kit.

Sailing the ocean blue and dealing with pirates, some thoughts on The Caribbean Sail

Sometimes all you need is a tall ship and a star to steer her by. The Caribbean Sail is a quirky take on the height of the Age of Sail. I spent my time reliving some of that bygone era and have some thoughts to share about the experience.

Rifter is a fantastic acrobatic platformer soaked in neon and it's out now

The fast acrobatic platformer Rifter that's absolutely soaked in neon is officially out today, here's some thoughts.

In Monster Prom I was rejected even after letting a princess ride me

Monster Prom is a game I honestly completely ignored when it released. I will hold my hands up to that and tell you how much of an idiot I was for doing so.

Forging a kingdom through conquest — thoughts on A Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia

Since its Linux release last week, I’ve been building up my empire and crushing all those who would oppose me in Thrones of Britannia. I’ve got a few thoughts to share about this latest entry in the Total War franchise.

Play It Now - Flamebreak

Welcome to this new series of reviews, called Play It Now. With PIN, I’ll cover amazing games that you might have missed. They’re not big titles, they’re not all that recent, and maybe they just didn’t get the limelight they deserved. They’re all great games that I’ve either enjoyed playing, or that I’m still passionate about today. Here, we'll look at Flamebreak.

Some thoughts on A Robot Named Fight, a fleshy metroidvania experience

This metroidvania title has you facing off the scourge of biological life to save your robotic utopia. After spending my time blasting everything with a pulse I have a few thoughts to share.

It's time to begin your descent, as the six-degree-of-freedom shooter 'Overload' is now out

Overload is easily one of the best six-degree-of-freedom shooters in my eyes and the full release is now available with great Linux support.

We review Cultist Simulator, a game from the creative talent behind Sunless Seas

WEATHER FACTORY launch their first game, a dark, Victorian adventure inspired by Lovecraft. We take a look with an in depth review on the day of release.

Punch your way to the top in Spartan Fist, released with same-day Linux support

Spartan Fist, the first-person puncher from Glass Bottom Games is out today with Linux support and it’s bloody glorious. Literally so, I’ve spent hours in this one punching people with various special fists and it just doesn’t get boring. Fists will fly, heads will roll.

Ships, choices and gods – some more thoughts on Pillars of Eternity II

Pillars of Eternity II released earlier this week and I was only able to share some basic thoughts about the experience. Now, with more time sunk into the game I have a more nuanced perspective I can talk about.
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