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maybe we should make a list of games that don't work anymore and are no longer supported by the dev
seven commented on 9 July 2018 at 8:31 am UTC

wolfyrionif you go to the beta Tab there is a linuxfix beta

Can you try that?

that doesnt work, i already tried that

g000h commented on 9 July 2018 at 8:55 am UTC

This idea needs to be implemented properly. Here's some ideas:

Report the system you are having problems playing the game, e.g. distribution, graphics card, processor, graphics driver version, amount of ram.

There should be potential to have systems listed where the game works, as well as places it does not.

This next suggestion would be very useful for all readers:
How to fix the game, e.g. steam command-line parameters, config file changes, library installs.

It would be a great reference tool, if done well.

seven commented on 9 July 2018 at 5:02 pm UTC

g000hThis idea needs to be implemented properly. Here's some ideas:

Report the system you are having problems playing the game, e.g. distribution, graphics card, processor, graphics driver version, amount of ram.

There should be potential to have systems listed where the game works, as well as places it does not.

This next suggestion would be very useful for all readers:
How to fix the game, e.g. steam command-line parameters, config file changes, library installs.

It would be a great reference tool, if done well.
i totally agree, i would check it before buying a game. it would save a lot of people money and not too mention the dissapointment you feel when you pay for a game and it just doesn't work
.

razing32 commented on 9 July 2018 at 8:36 pm UTC

I'm in favor of this idea
I have a VERY long wishlist
By the time I get around to buying a game maybe devs dropped it and I can no longer get it to work.

Mountain Man commented on 17 July 2018 at 3:19 pm UTC

ShmerlDevelopers of Banner Saga use some dead Adobe tools - just avoid that game.
They're also releasing the Banner Saga Trilogy as a physical release for the Nintendo Switch but are opting for a cheaper, undersized cartridge which will force customers to download some portion of the games anyway, which undermines the whole point of a physical release. They do not seem to be a reputable developer.

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