Use Reddit? Join us on our very own subreddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/Linuxstuff/
You can sign up to get a daily email of our articles, see the Mailing List page!
Support us on Patreon to keep GamingOnLinux alive. This ensures we have no timed articles and no paywalls. Just good, fresh content! Alternatively, you can support us on Paypal and Liberapay!
Category: Review
Pick categories (CTRL+click for multiple):

Rise of the Tomb Raider is now officially available on Linux, here’s a look at it with benchmarks

By liamdawe, 19 April 2018 at 10:17 am UTC (181 Comments)
Feral Interactive have teamed up with Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix once again to bring a top title to Linux, this time we have Rise of the Tomb Raider.

Some thoughts on Pawarumi, a stylish and action-packed shoot ‘em up

By BTRE, 16 April 2018 at 2:30 pm UTC (2 Comments)
This eye-catching shoot ‘em up mixes constant action with Mesoamerican motifs and a story about revenge. I stuck with it despite dying a large amount of times and have some thoughts to share about the game.

The Wastes is a classic inspired fast-paced multiplayer FPS that's now out

By liamdawe, 12 April 2018 at 9:28 pm UTC (0 Comments)
The Wastes is a fast-paced multiplayer FPS revamp of an old Half-Life mod released in 2000 of the same name, rebuilt with id Tech 3.

Drilling wells and selling oil, some thoughts on Turmoil and its DLC

By BTRE, 11 April 2018 at 7:40 pm UTC (7 Comments)
This stylized simulation of the American oil rush of the 19th century recently got new content in the form of DLC, titled The Heat is On. I gave both the base game and DLC a look.

Civilization VI: Rise and Fall is a solid and focused expansion

By BTRE, 3 April 2018 at 10:42 am UTC (10 Comments)
The first expansion to the popular strategy game has several interesting new mechanics and additions. Now that it’s also out for Linux, I’ve had the time to give it a proper look.

Ash of Gods is a gorgeous but deeply flawed adventure

By BTRE, 27 March 2018 at 11:40 am UTC (10 Comments)
I’ve had some time to play through this tactical RPG and experience the story and its mechanics in full. Here are my thoughts.

Confessions of a Brogue junkie

By Kels, 25 March 2018 at 9:27 pm UTC (17 Comments)
I am, sadly, a Brogue addict. It’s true. This game got its hooks into me and refused to let go. This is my confession.

Europa Universalis IV: Rule Britannia now available, doesn’t really rock the boat

By BTRE, 20 March 2018 at 2:13 pm UTC (1 Comments)
The latest immersion pack, or small piece of thematic DLC, has been released for the massive grand strategy title. I got to try my hand at ruling the British Isles and have a few thoughts to share.

Abstract adventure game Kingdom Ka is a visual treat

By Kels, 19 March 2018 at 9:32 am UTC (1 Comments)
For those searching for a bit of poetry in their games, Kingdom Ka from Carrot Cake Studios may satisfy that craving.

Low-fi narrative game All Our Asias is a surprising, surreal experience

By Kels, 12 March 2018 at 10:13 am UTC (2 Comments)
All Our Asias is the most recent offering from Sean Han Tani, the developer of Anodyne. The game is a mix of narrative exploration (so-called “walking simulators”) and visual novel styles, although it does not offer branching paths or multiple endings.

Hearts of Iron IV: Waking the Tiger now available, makes an old war new again

By BTRE, 8 March 2018 at 2:06 pm UTC (2 Comments)
The latest DLC for Paradox Development Studios’ WW2 grand strategy title is very ambitious. The accompanying patch, available to all, shakes things up quite a bit and I’ve had a chance to play around with it all before launch.

Way of the Passive Fist is out and it’s finger-aching fun

By liamdawe, 6 March 2018 at 7:25 pm UTC (2 Comments)
Way of the Passive Fist is not the type of brawler I expected it to be, but it’s still a very fun experience.

Rise of Insanity is a psychological horror that ends up rather boring

By liamdawe, 5 March 2018 at 11:15 pm UTC (2 Comments)
I recently took a look at the psychological horror Rise of Insanity and after finishing it, I've been left rather underwhelmed.

Some thoughts on Man O' War: Corsair, rough sailing and very little fun

By BTRE, 4 March 2018 at 10:20 pm UTC (11 Comments)
Man O’ War: Corsair – Warhammer Naval Battles is, as you might guess, a game about living the life of a privateer in the Warhammer fantasy world. It has all the fixings you might expect as well: you can raid, board vessels, buy and sell goods in ports and manage a crew and ship. On paper, it’s the sort of game I’d go wild over. The reality is altogether different.

Steampunk dungeon crawler 'Vaporum' is now officially available on GOG & Steam for Linux

By liamdawe, 27 February 2018 at 12:16 pm UTC (16 Comments)
Vaporum, a steampunk dungeon crawler from Fatbot Games has been officially released for Linux, available from both GOG and Steam. I've spent some time with it now and here's some thoughts.
  Go to:
Livestreams & Videos
Community Livestreams
  • Story Time: „The Pillars of the Earth“
  • Date:
See more!
Popular this week
View by Category
Contact
Latest Forum Posts