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Just What Are Feral Interactive Teasing This Time?

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I noticed a lot of activity on the Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor SteamDB entry recently, and poking Feral about it gave us another teaser, but what could it be?

@gamingonlinux Okay, no more teasers. Such as the attached image. What could it mean?

— Feral Interactive (@feralgames) April 8, 2015

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Liam Dawe 9 Apr, 2015
abelthorneWhat if you had plans for Deus Ex: Human Revolution? Would you tell us with THE REQUESTINATOR? ;)
THE REQUESTINATOR is no place for tellings. It's the machine we use to gather porting requests. We'll put DXHR for Linux in there for you, and if it gets processed it'll make a special combination of whirring and clickity-clackety sounds.
So this your post/image isn't about games being announced but ports people request then (hence the red herring, I'd guess?). Guess the post here needs updating.
No, all this is completely different to their facebook requestinator thingies.
Bloombery 9 Apr, 2015
Maybe is it Test Drive Unlimited 2?! I want it. And i want Deus Ex Human revolution.
Xpander 11 Apr, 2015
its obviously GTA V

it has to be

it needs to be
raonlinux 12 Apr, 2015
Hmm I thought as Xpander, but I will say other games of Rockstar: is Max Payne 3.
You are in Brasil in a boat so that will be xD.
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