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Humble Store has some noteworthy deals on this weekend

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One thing before I go catch some rest: Humble Store are having a Square Enix sale this weekend so a few good Linux titles can be had for cheap. Even though it's a publisher weekend, there's many games on sale by others too.

There's a lot on sale and here's my choice picks for you!


Some really fantastic deals, especially if you still don't own some of them. You can see all Linux games on sale on Humble Store right here.

I'm always on the look out for a good deal, as I'm sure you are. Let people know in the comments if you found something particularly tasty. And just to be clear, since some people got confused by my recent editorial: I am absolutely not against sales.
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K3rcus 26 March 2017 at 12:28 am UTC
I own Borderland 2 GOTY and Tomb Raider 100% recommended.

Thinking about buy Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (which is 70% off, not 50%) and Borderlands Pre-sequels just because I love BL2.

the other games can wait... I have right now too much to play.

Just curious, what do you think guys about Spec Ops: The Line?
Comandante Ñoñardo 26 March 2017 at 12:45 am UTC
I'm gonna buy Soulless: Ray of Hope because is DRMFREE and maybe Hitman: The complete first season..27,88 U$D for the two games is a good price.
lucifertdark 26 March 2017 at 7:05 am UTC
I'm just missing Xcom2 & Deus Ex from the list, they're on my queue of things to buy when enough funds are available. I somehow missed Soulless, fixed that Thanks to Comandante.
Pit 26 March 2017 at 8:21 am UTC
Ah, didn't see any of those during my daily check of Humble discounts. Probably because the search is set to DRM-free only SCNR

I did buy something though: Soulless and Sokobond

And still not sure if I should get The Dwarves from GOG at -40%
Beamboom 26 March 2017 at 8:52 am UTC
K3rcusThinking about buy Borderlands Pre-sequels just because I love BL2.

it's not half as fun as bl2 in my book. In fact the pre-sequel will never be completed by me. There's something about the characters and the corny "western in space" setting that just was too dumb for me. And I LOVE bl2, it's fantastic.

K3rcusJust curious, what do you think guys about Spec Ops: The Line?

I think it's a very good linear adventure. Looks real good, exciting set pieces. But of course, very very linear. It's one story that keeps rolling, no room for digressions :-)
Redneck 26 March 2017 at 9:19 am UTC
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K3rcusJust curious, what do you think guys about Spec Ops: The Line?
I think it's a very good linear adventure. Looks real good, exciting set pieces. But of course, very very linear. It's one story that keeps rolling, no room for digressions :-)

I really recommend Spec Ops, both the gameplay and the story are unique. It's definitely one-of-a-kind!


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lucifertdark 26 March 2017 at 10:15 am UTC
I keep meaning to give Spec Ops a proper play through, I'll probably get to it once my Hitman Obsession has worn off. It's not easy to give all the games a decent amount of time when you have 700+ Linux supported games in Steam.


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MayeulC 26 March 2017 at 11:58 am UTC
You might also be interested in the book of unwritten tales on Steam. It's 80% off, u just picked it up.

I'm torn on deus ex... On one hand, I am pretty sure I won't be able to play it with my current setup; but on the other hand, it's a pretty good discount, and I don't know if I'll see another like this before I upgrade it (let's say six months).
Linas 26 March 2017 at 8:34 pm UTC
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I picked up SOMA. Huge fan of Frictional Games, and especially Penumbra series.

M@yeulCI'm torn on deus ex... On one hand, I am pretty sure I won't be able to play it with my current setup; but on the other hand, it's a pretty good discount, and I don't know if I'll see another like this before I upgrade it (let's say six months).

It's on sale pretty often, and I am sure it will go even cheaper in the next six months. So no reason to do it now.

I bought it on Steam, because I was curious if I could run it, and unsurprisingly could not. But decided not to refund it, because I wanted to support Feral Interactive.
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