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Feral Interactive are having a big Easter sale

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Yet another chance to get some great games for much cheaper, as Feral Interactive are doing a big Easter sale.

Titles include:
And plenty more, see their deals page for all of them!

Are you going to pick up any? Always nice to support the porter directly and they have ported quite a lot now for Linux gamers.

The deals last until April 21st, so you've got some time to think on it. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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Emazza 6 years 13 Apr, 2017
DiRT Rally now mine! :)
Keyrock 13 Apr, 2017
Quoting: EmazzaDiRT Rally now mine! :)
Cosigned.
mcphail 13 Apr, 2017
20 quid for F1 2015 is still far too much. Sorry to say the poor sales figures are unsurprising.
Scorpiove 13 Apr, 2017
You can get Dirt Rally right now for 12 bucks as one of the early unlocks in the next Humble Monthly.
numasan 13 Apr, 2017
I was very close to buying Dirt Rally a few days ago, so this Easter sale is a nice surprise! Though I feel a little bad for Feral not getting the full amount...

Unfortunately the game doesn't work with my PS4 controller, but it's fine with the PS3 controller (even if all button icons in-game are Xbox ones..). Also got a warning that my PC isn't up to snuff, but the game runs and looks nice.
cRaZy-bisCuiT 14 Apr, 2017
I'll try to get DS4 working when I'm back home next week. I'm pretty sure Dirt Rally should be able to handle it.


While I wish I could easily buy all Feral games for full price, I went with the Humble Monthly this time. I don't even have time to finish all my Feral titles so I hope it's a better deal for buying them on sale then don't buy them at all. Still I bought some games from the Feral store in the past - some for full price.


Last edited by cRaZy-bisCuiT on 14 April 2017 at 12:24 am UTC
KuJo 14 Apr, 2017
QuoteAre you going to pick up any? Always nice to support the porter directly and they have ported quite a lot now for Linux gamers.

I was just about to buy a title. And I would like to support Feral as well ... but I have so many games that I have not yet played to the end that another new game would only be another corpse in my game collection. Unfortunately, I do not have as much time to play as I would like to have. But my family (we have triplets), my job (SAP programmer) and our house (has so some construction sites) leave for my hobby unfortunately not very much time left.

I have however in the last weeks and months Feral more or less supported. I am 100% on Linux since the beginning of the year and I bought Deus Ex: MD, Mad Max and Total War: Warhammer since this time.
Scorpiove 14 Apr, 2017
Quoting: Guest
Quoting: ScorpioveYou can get Dirt Rally right now for 12 bucks as one of the early unlocks in the next Humble Monthly.
Would rather not, I think Feral deserver ALL the money really.

Thank you for supporting Feral. But as this post was informing people of a sale, I do think it was prudent to inform our Linux siblings that it's part of a greater sale where it's cheaper and will net you more games. There are quite a few of us with budgets after all. ;)
Emazza 6 years 14 Apr, 2017
Quoting: Guest
Quoting: ScorpioveYou can get Dirt Rally right now for 12 bucks as one of the early unlocks in the next Humble Monthly.
Would rather not, I think Feral deserver ALL the money really.
This!
wojtek88 14 Apr, 2017
I am in weird moment of my life, where I want to support Linux gaming but I don't have a hardware that would allow me to play newest games on Linux.
I buy Linux games on sale even if I am 100% sure that I won't be able to play them in nearest future.

For almost 2 years I have a PS4 (bought to play Witcher 3) that is meant to play newest titles and 4,5 years old laptop that is meant to play Pillars of Eternity and some less resource-demanding Linux games.

Because I own PS4 I buy games for PS4 and Linux at the same time.
The weird thing is that DIRT, XCOM2, Tomb Raider (2013) and Mad Max I have on PS4 (On Linux as well except Mad Max) and all of this titles I bought at this or lower price on PS4 few months ago.
The only game that I bought for much more is Shadow of Mordor (which I have on Linux as well).

What I'm saying is that it is weird, that PC hardware is more expensive and PC games are getting to the price of console games.

I want Linux gaming to succeed, but I need to pray for Valve to do new push for Steam OS with some insane deals like - pay 500 euro for gaming console, get 300 euro to spend on Steam.

Previous deals for Steam machines were pathetic - 349 euro for cheapest version with old GPU and you received Payday 2. At the same moment you could buy PS4 for the same price with Uncharted: Nathan Drake's Collection, DriveClub and Little Big Planet 3. And a store with all the newest games available.

Don't get me wrong - I admit that we need to pay full price for games for Linux gaming to succeed.

But it is impossible to convince end user that is interested only in gaming to choose Steam machine if it has:
- Higher price
- worse hardware
- worse title bundled
- worse gaming library available to purchase
- worse performance of the games
- AND IT DOES NOT HAVE CHEAPER GAMES
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