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There's a big Aspyr Media sale on Steam right now, grab some great Linux games

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Aspyr Media has been around for a long time, so long they're doing a celebration sale on Steam and you can grab some awesome Linux games.

I know I already pointed out some choice games this week, but who doesn't love another sale?

Here's the best discounts:

The various DLC for each game is also on sale, so you could grab some missing Borderlands DLC for example or perhaps go for the Borderlands 2 Game of the Year bundle.

See all the games in the sale on Steam here (there's more!). Some titles like Layers of Fear are also on sale on GOG, you can find our Sales Page here to have a look at lots of Linux games on sale across different stores.

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KuJo 10 November 2017 at 1:38 pm UTC
The most important thing I miss in this sale. A bucket filled with time (to play all the games)!
meggerman 10 November 2017 at 1:53 pm UTC
MayeulCHappy cake day, btw

I haz cake
Shmerl 10 November 2017 at 2:22 pm UTC
Wait, I thought BioShock Infinite was ported by Virtual Programming? Too bad it never came out DRM-free.


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Leopard 10 November 2017 at 2:46 pm UTC
ShmerlWait, I thought BioShock Infinite was ported by Virtual Programming? Too bad it never came out DRM-free.

But it is.

To MacOS by Aspyr , to Linux by VP.
liamdawe 10 November 2017 at 3:07 pm UTC
Leopard
ShmerlWait, I thought BioShock Infinite was ported by Virtual Programming? Too bad it never came out DRM-free.

But it is.

To MacOS by Aspyr , to Linux by VP.
Bingo, so it's still an Aspyr game. Aspyr likely won't get any money from Linux purchases, it would either go to VP or the original developer (depending on how they were contracted for it % of sales or single payment or whatever).
chimpy 10 November 2017 at 5:25 pm UTC
LeopardI have a question.

I never played anything related to Borderlands. Should i pick Borderlands 2?

Lol get both. I have about 300 hours of play time for each game and they're both good. The main difference is that the pre sequel takes place on the moon, so you have moon physics. Plus you have to manage your O2 supply at times.
Whitewolfe80 10 November 2017 at 5:51 pm UTC
LeopardI have a question.

I never played anything related to Borderlands. Should i pick Borderlands 2?

Do you have a group of friends to play said game with because if you do its a great 8/10 experience if you are going solo its a 5/10 experience its okay solo, its great in co op.
no_information_here 10 November 2017 at 8:12 pm UTC
All the Borderlands games are great. TPS is not quite as strong as the other two, but still well worth the price. I really wish there were other good co-op FPS Linux games like them. Big goofy fun.

I have played all three solo and with a co-op partner. Great both ways.
Comandante Ñoñardo 10 November 2017 at 9:22 pm UTC
I don't want to buy anything, but I have to buy something, because I have 20U$d in my Steam wallet and I must spend it until November 13, because in November 14 Valve will change the store currency (and the wallet currency) from U$D to AR$...

Here in Argentina We have afraid to be fuc*ed by the Valve's exchange rate.
Whitewolfe80 11 November 2017 at 11:43 am UTC
no_information_hereAll the Borderlands games are great. TPS is not quite as strong as the other two, but still well worth the price. I really wish there were other good co-op FPS Linux games like them. Big goofy fun.

I have played all three solo and with a co-op partner. Great both ways.

Really because i found them boring as fuck on my own, its just a sub par shooter with loot boxes (free and paid loot boxes) what it does have is humour in the case of BL2 the weird aussie humour in the pre sequel is perhaps the one to give a miss.
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