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If you're in need of some new games for the weekend the Creative Assembly sale might tempt you. Some pretty good Linux games are included.

They're celebrating being around for 30 years, which is quite the milestone!

Linux Games On Sale

The various games DLC are also on sale, so it could be a good chance to complete your collections too.

See the sale here.

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Duckeenie 1 Sep, 2017
On Bundlestars, Warhammer is less than half the Steam price at £11.99.
Liam Dawe 1 Sep, 2017
Quoting: DuckeenieOn Bundlestars, Warhammer is less than half the Steam price at £11.99.
For anyone who doesn't know, Bundle Stars do not stock keys that allow Feral Interactive (the porter) to get paid, hence the Windows only icon there. The rest of Bundle Stars is good.
Duckeenie 1 Sep, 2017
Quoting: liamdawe
Quoting: DuckeenieOn Bundlestars, Warhammer is less than half the Steam price at £11.99.
For anyone who doesn't know, Bundle Stars do not stock keys that allow Feral Interactive (the porter) to get paid, hence the Windows only icon there. The rest of Bundle Stars is good.

I didn't know that actually. Did wonder why they didn't mention Linux, I just figured it was an oversight.
Colombo 1 Sep, 2017
Got Attila. Can someone explain to me why do this game look worse than Medieval 2?
wojtek88 3 Sep, 2017
I finally managed to get Tyranny for less than 25 Euro on one of polish stores (muve.pl) with Steam key. I played it for 2 hours so far, so no much, but I can already tell, that from technical perspective it is much better Linux version of a game than Pillars of Eternity.
The problem is that the idea of having to do the Overlords will and to be on the evil side is not so great for me and the whole plot is much worse than the one from PoE. Let's see how it goes later, looking forward for another long adventure with RPG from Obsidian guys!
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