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For those after their next RPG fix, the monster taming game Siralim 3 [Official Site] is now officially out with Linux support as it has left Early Access.

While not the most graphically pleasing, the Siralim series do always have a really good amount of depth in them allowing you a ridiculous amount of fun.

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For those who feel like they "gotta catch 'em all", Siralim 3 has over 700 creatures to collect and breed along with special variants with different colours which are rare to find. Creatures have their own lore too, so you can learn a little about your new friends. You can customise your creatures quite a bit too, with "Spell Gems" to use new spells and further change those by enchanting them. There's over 300 of these gems to find, with an additional 20 different properties to add so you can build a pretty unique team.

There's randomly generated dungeons to explore, no level cap with new features introduced as you progress even past 100 hours according to what the developer said. There's super-bosses to deal with, arena battles and all sorts to keep you entertained. There's plenty of other features and items to collect as you progress through the game, along with new features to come after release.

It even has asynchronous player-versus-player battles, so you can truly test your monster squad again others which is pretty awesome, this mode allows you to earn special items too.

If you want to know what's different compared with the previous game, the developer put up an FAQ here.

Find it on Steam.

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denyasis 16 October 2018 at 10:47 pm UTC
Looks interesting. For some reason, it kinda evokes a Dominions vibe, but in RPG form. I like the controller support option. The steam reviews look good too. Has any one here tried it. I'm very curious about it
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