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Murdering folks in The Culling, early Linux & SteamOS port report and some quick thoughts
29 April 2016 at 6:52 pm UTC

Yeah I had to uninstall until they fix bugs and don't have 3gb updates every day over my 6mbps DSL. Refunded for now. Hopefully they get their poop together so they can again have my money.

Techland show how hilarious it is when a Linux port has no quality control with Dying Light (updated)
9 December 2015 at 11:01 pm UTC

I suspect the quick fix turn-around has a lot to do with SteamOS. Of course, the fact it existed to begin with shows the low install base of SteamOS.

Valve Is Trolling Us With A New Half-Life 3 Leak
11 October 2015 at 6:31 am UTC

liamdaweYeah, yeah I know. Every time I pick it up I'm just not hooked by it for some reason, it's odd. I should probably dedicate some time to actually finishing it

It's less unique 11 years after it was released. At the time it was much more of a marvel. It's still a great game, but it's been done arguably better since, with newer tech.

Steam Officially Starts Allowing Paid Mods In The Workshop, People Are Upset
24 April 2015 at 7:32 pm UTC

The argument about using assets you don't own is silly. If you release a game on Steam and you use an engine or assets you didn't pay for, then you run into the same problem.

Don't do it so you don't get sued... or if you do, make your mod free. Making it possible to get paid for them doesn't mean you have to.

Robocraft Free 2 Play Game Released For Linux
7 September 2014 at 8:45 pm UTC

HadBabitsMeh, a bit of fun, but the gameplay is way too simple to justify spending any money on it.

I think the gameplay is mostly in finding new, more efficient ways of building defensively and offensively. I've had a lot of fun playing it so far. That being said, I haven't spent a penny on it, and don't see myself doing so.

The biggest problem I have had is frequent disconnects in the battles. Seems a lot smoother today. Here's to hoping they include more interesting game modes, though.

Sales Statistics From Developers Part 3
29 July 2014 at 2:19 pm UTC

Oh yeah and often the linux version isn't available until after sales are over or near-over. So are the percentages in dollars or units?

The other thing that skews stats is people like me who will buy a game on win, with the promise of a linux version, and play it initially on windows until the linux version is out; Then I will play exclusively on linux. I don't do this any more, as I have been burned a few times now (usually due to owning 2 monitors). My wintendo is much less capable, so I much prefer native linux.

Sales Statistics From Developers Part 3
29 July 2014 at 2:11 pm UTC

My hypothesis is that releasing a stable Linux build when releasing the main game is probably one of the leading factors in sales percentage discrepancy. Having to wait 2-3 months to get it on another platform, the hype has largely died down. This also makes the stats really hard to take as non-skewed. It would be interesting to correlate other stats such as time-from-release-to-linux, platform feature parity, and as pathetic as it is something like metascore, as all of these things affect initial sales.

And yes, totally getting rust. the attitude.

Pixel Boy And The Ever Expanding Dungeon Video & Thoughts, Plus A Free Key Give-away
9 June 2014 at 5:29 pm UTC

I'd enjoy trying out this game I have been watching it for a few days. Been reading for a while, love the site. I want to win!

P.S. Are you going to be doing any kind of review of the EA to Crea?

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