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Sunday chat: What have you been playing, and what do you think?

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It's Sunday, I'm extremely tired after a long day and I've been coding away at the new PC Specifications feature for user profiles so I don't really have time to post up news articles tonight (it's getting late). So I ask you: What are you playing, and what do you think?

I've been playing Stellaris, and you will know what I think about it tomorrow! I've already sunk 5.3 hours into it according to Steam, blimey!

Apart from that I have been enjoying Tomb Raider up to the last fire-fight I was in where sadly the framerate went really bad and it became a struggle. I don't really want to play any more right now until they put out some form of performance patch as that last bit I did sadly soured it for me.

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Shmerl 9 May 2016 at 12:59 am UTC
Return to Castle Wolfenstein (native) and Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines which was recently released on GOG (Wine). Both are classics.
SlithyTove 9 May 2016 at 1:32 am UTC
I'm a recent convert to Linux. I've installed it periodically for over a decade always going back to windows for one reason or another. The last reason was games. A couple months ago I realize that virtually every single game that I have played in the last two years is now on Linux and virtually everything coming out that I want to play is also on Linux. It's like I'm somehow the target linux gamer. So I've made the final jump and sticking with it this go around. So far it's been great.

Anyhow...

Stellaris - Up Next
Talos Principle
XCOM2
Civilization Beyond Earth
Shadowrun Hong Kong
Shadownrun Dragonfall
Kerbal Space Program. Lots and lots of Kerbal Space program
Pillars Of Eternity
Divinity Original Sin
XCOM Enemy Unknown/Within
Portal 2
Civ5 and Expansions

And looking forward to:
Total War - Warhammer
New Master Of Orion
Civ Beyond Earth Expansion
Total War - Attila
Witcher 3
Talos Principle Gehenna
GustyGhost 9 May 2016 at 1:35 am UTC
noinformationhereI finally played the Talos Principle. It started slowly and I was a bit sceptical at first, but it eventually showed why it got so many rave reviews. Very very clever. It has been compared to Portal, but it has a unique way of looking at things. Puzzles can be challenging but always fair.

I really wish I could discuss Talos Principle without spoiling it for people as the story is based on one of my favorite concepts. Definitely a favorite of mine.

EDIT:
QuoteThe Masquerade Bloodlines which was recently released on GOG

Shmerl, how do you get GOG games to launch on Debian? Do they need 32 bit libraries?


Last edited by GustyGhost on 9 May 2016 at 1:37 am UTC
Segata Sanshiro 9 May 2016 at 1:51 am UTC
Tomb Raider and Darkest Dungeon.

Both were pretty awesome, but I got really hooked on Darkest Dungeon - first time in a while that's happened for me with a game.
elbuglione 9 May 2016 at 2:51 am UTC
-DOTA 2, is just fuking perfect game.
-CS:GO
-XCOM: Enemy Within
learningdaily 9 May 2016 at 2:56 am UTC
Finally finished up SOMA and Psychonauts - the Meat Circus will be in my nightmares. Downloading Tomb Raider, and playing some Borderlands 2.
shadowvengence22 9 May 2016 at 3:31 am UTC
Tomb Raider, Dota2, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor I'm liking both a whole lot already played Tomb Raider but still a good game to replay and liking Shadow of Mordor alot as well


Last edited by shadowvengence22 on 9 May 2016 at 3:33 am UTC
codyaj1995 9 May 2016 at 4:42 am UTC
Divinity Original Sin Coop right now. So far it is much better than i was expecting! Very fun multiplayer
and going to start back up on Shadow Run Hong Kong again.
burnall 9 May 2016 at 4:50 am UTC
As usual War Thunder with my amd config and opensource drivers
drvictor666 9 May 2016 at 6:32 am UTC
When I finally put my kids to sleep, I hooked up with Lara
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