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Total War: EMPIRE and Total War: MEDIEVAL II just got Definitive Editions

Total War: EMPIRE and Total War: MEDIEVAL II just got updated with what they're calling Definitive Editions along with adjusted naming.

Europe Universalis IV: Golden Century will put the spotlight on Iberia come December 11

The latest immersion pack for the sprawling historical strategy sandbox will give the nations of Iberia new toys to play with and flavor for their vast overseas colonies.

Classic free and open source platformer 'SuperTux' has a new alpha release out

SuperTux, a name I've not heard in quite some time, a free and open source platformer inspired by Super Mario Bros is still chugging along and it's heading towards a new release.

Get some classic FPS action on with QuakeWorld Team Fortress

The free FPS QuakeWorld Team Fortress (previously Team Fortress, Quake Team Fortress) that later became the inspiration for Valve's own Team Fortress games has a new release out with a Linux installer.

This War of Mine: Stories - The Last Broadcast release for Linux as promised, needs a fix on Ubuntu

As promised by 11 bit studios, the next episode-based DLC The Last Broadcast is now out for Linux players of This War of Mine: Stories.

Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire - The Forgotten Sanctum is due out December 13th, the last planned DLC

Obsidian Entertainment have announced the final DLC for the RPG Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire named The Forgotten Sanctum is going to release on December 13th.

Software industry sim 'Game Dev Studio' updated to now officially support Linux

Can't get enough sims? Game Dev Studio from Roman Glebenkov officially supports Linux now with the 23rd update released yesterday.

Stellaris: MegaCorp expansion to release December 6th

Have you always wanted to build your own powerful corporate empire? On December 6th you will get that chance.

The Humble Jumbo Bundle 12 is out with a couple of Linux games

The Humble Jumbo Bundle 12 is another bundled rammed full of good games, some of which have a native Linux version.

Total War: WARHAMMER II released for Linux, port from Feral Interactive

Originally developed by Creative Assembly and published by SEGA, Total War: WARHAMMER II is another Linux port from Feral Interactive.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider is officially coming to Linux in 2019

Originally published by Square Enix and developed by Eidos-Montréal, Feral Interactive confirmed today that Shadow of the Tomb Raider is officially heading to Linux in 2019.

The Early Access MMO 'Project: Gorgon' now has a demo available

Elder Game, LLC have now put up a demo for their MMO Project: Gorgon, this will allow you to progress quite a bit to see what's on offer.

To celebrate Half-Life turning 20, Black Mesa released a trailer for Xen

Has it really been 20 years? Blimey! Black Mesa, the fan-made recreation of the original with plenty of bells and whistles has a trailer for the hotly anticipated Xen levels.

7 Days to Die now has an experimental build available for Alpha 17, it's a huge difference

After waiting what feels like forever, the pimps have put out an experimental version of their Alpha 17 release for everyone to try out.

Steam Link hardware officially walks the plank, there's an app for that

Valve has quietly mentioned that the Steam Link is selling out across the world with stock either sold out or about to be sold out.
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