Set in the blood-soaked and paranoid world of the French Revolution, We. The Revolution from Polyslash is officially out with Linux support.
As much as I wanted to have some thoughts on it, given how incredibly interesting it sounds, I can't. GOG's Linux team sent over a copy but I'm not quite sure what's going on with the GOG release at this point. It advertises Linux support yet it has no Linux download even though supposed to have one, so there's some kind of delay on GOG's side with it. Update: Now actually live on GOG too.
Rather than give you the launch trailer, here's the previous gameplay trailer which is far more useful:
More about it:
The player judges criminals and counter-revolutionaries, but also innocent Parisians. The Judge has to peruse case files, study evidence, and interrogate the defendants in a way that ensures either justice… or the player’s profit. Each decision will have an impact on the factions in Paris, the player’s family, or the player themselves. The game will reward clever decision-making, allowing the player to – for example – outwit and defeat more powerful enemies.