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manero666 Jul 27, 2016
i can see it, dead space

[url=blob:https%3A//]this[/url] is the direct link i guess
manero666 Jul 27, 2016
that's such a nice game, incredible soundtrack :S:
crt0mega Oct 12, 2016
djazz Oct 17, 2016

Jazz Jackrabbit 2 running in Wine on a Raspberry Pi. Playing with a Steam controller using this driver.
Wine runs in ExaGear Desktop, an x86 emulator for ARM.
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JudasIscariot Dec 4, 2016

With the recent work that has gone into Wine's DX11 support, D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die - Season 1 is sort of playable, that is, you can interact with things, perform some basic actions like drag & drop.

Unfortunately, the game plays rather slow and if you look at the second image...things can get pretty freaky looking. Also, due to DX11 support and shader model 4 (I assume it's SM4 due to my terminal output...) support being incomplete you get miscoloration and there are entire objects just not rendered at all in the game.
manero666 Dec 4, 2016
Very nice
Avehicle7887 Dec 24, 2016
Guild Wars 2 while waiting for a World Boss event. What this game lacks in performance under Linux, it makes it up with very solid stability. It's kinda ironic at the same time as there are plenty of users with performance issues with Windows on the game's official forums, and as I write this the game has been on for over 3 hours without issue.

Xpander Dec 24, 2016
I made a sin and bought windows game to run in wine :( - it runs amazingly though, damn you bethesda.

damarrin Dec 28, 2016
Yeah, Bethesda are bastards with some amazing games. I tend to play their stuff on the PS4, but have bought some Windows games as well (Skyrim, Dishonored). They all ran well in Wine.
Hamish Jan 2, 2017
So as of the last six months you can get F.E.A.R. to WINE if you load d3dx9 with Winetricks:


Everything set to maximum settings.

Last edited by Hamish on 25 December 2019 at 1:56 am UTC
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