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For those after some of the bigger Linux games, you should take a look at Humble Store's Square Enix Publisher Week.

There's a few more on sale too, like season passes, DLC and so on. Some absolutely great deals there, for some quality Linux gaming experiences. Full list here.

Ps. For those who like your comics, there's also the Humble Comics Bundle: Dungeons & Dragons 2018.

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Linas 11 July 2018 at 7:19 pm UTC
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Would somebody please port Deus Ex: Human Revolution to Linux?
PublicNuisance 11 July 2018 at 8:16 pm UTC
Only one I don't already own is LIS: Before the Storm and i'll buy that from Feral's store. Good deals though.
Redface 11 July 2018 at 9:01 pm UTC
Lara Croft GO
Hitman GO: Definitive Edition
do also have a Linux version on Steam, Humble does not write about a Linux version for Hitman GO, but the steamos logo is there on Steam.
These are puzzle games and not like the other Lara croft and Hitman games so check out some review before buying. I find both ok for a few minutes playing in between but never finished them.
Linas 11 July 2018 at 9:45 pm UTC
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RedfaceLara Croft GO
Hitman GO: Definitive Edition

I found Hitman GO to be kind of meh. Decent puzzle game, but got old quite fast. So I did not bother unlocking the extra levels. Hitman theme is just a layer of paint thick, so don't get it for the Hitman experience.

Lara Croft GO on the other hand I enjoyed quite a lot. The puzzles are varied, so are obstacles, and enemies. Felt almost like an action game at times, and definitely has a Tomb Raider feel to it. Classics, not the remake.

My biggest gripe with both games is the control scheme. It's touchscreen-based, and feels so clumsy with a mouse. Works very well with a controller thought, so use it if you have one. It will make the games way more enjoyable. Keyboard cannot be used.
g000h 11 July 2018 at 10:34 pm UTC
I'm amused that "Before The Storm" is indicating support for Windows, Linux and Mac on Humble store. But if you visit Steam then only Windows is listed (Yes, I know it is due to come to Linux and Mac soon - yeah, go Feral!)
TheRiddick 12 July 2018 at 3:51 am UTC
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided™ - Season Pass
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided™
Life Is Strange™ - Complete Season

Since I've mostly finished KCD I guess it's only natural to move on from stabbing people with virtual swords to, stabbing people with virtual nanoswords.

PS. KCD works quite decently at 1080-1440 under Wine and DXVK.
axredneck 13 July 2018 at 12:16 am UTC
Give me more Square Enix games on Linux! Including old ones.
jarhead_h 13 July 2018 at 2:46 am UTC
Things I don't understand #1,850,382 : Why Square Enix published the Final Fantasy PC remasters using Direct X when they were natively coded in OpenGL. Or were they? We're talking PS2 era, so maybe not.
g000h 13 July 2018 at 8:51 am UTC
jarhead_hThings I don't understand #1,850,382 : Why Square Enix published the Final Fantasy PC remasters using Direct X when they were natively coded in OpenGL. Or were they? We're talking PS2 era, so maybe not.

I can almost 100% predict the answer to that question: It is what the majority of the coder team are familiar with using.
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