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X3:Reunion now working on Steam for Linux!

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X3:Reunion previously an LGP title (it's been re-ported) is now available on Steam and playable on Linux, not yet listed under Linux in the official Steam store but it is installable and playable now!

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It has been known for a while that egosoft where re-porting X3 to Linux now that they have pulled it away from LGP and it was listed in the Steam CDR for a while too, but only in the last day has it been listed as "Game Works" meaning the executable to run the game is there, so go buy and play! Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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eldersnake 25 Jan, 2013
AWESOME!!
Cheeseness 26 Jan, 2013
Mim bought me the X3 pack during the Steam winter sale. Looking forward to spending some time with this one :3
linuxer 26 Jan, 2013
i bought it from lgp - i wonder if i can add it to steam somehow
Liam Dawe 26 Jan, 2013
linuxeri bought it from lgp - i wonder if i can add it to steam somehow
I doubt it since egosoft would have probably nothing to do with LGP orders. Might be worth at least asking them though.
JK 28 Jan, 2013
Is this the same build as the one from LGP? Or a new one?
Cheeseness 28 Jan, 2013
JKIs this the same build as the one from LGP? Or a new one?
A new build. Egosoft hired someone last year to do ports internally.
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