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According to Kotaku, Microsoft is close to buying Obsidian
10 October 2018 at 11:07 am UTC Likes: 3

People often try to assign human emotions and intentions to Microsoft, but it's a corporation. It exists to make money for shareholders, and it will buy and sell its CEO's own mother if it means making an extra few dollars. Having said that, if they find Linux versions of games to be profitable, they might release some, but if Linux ever became serious competition, that would stop.

Hazelnut Bastille a Zelda-like ARPG has a Linux demo out along with a first teaser trailer
9 October 2018 at 5:10 pm UTC Likes: 3

PublicNuisanceAlways good to see a demo version of a game.

My thoughts exactly. I miss the days when pretty much every game had a demo.

ATOM RPG has another large update expanding locations, new characters and more
8 October 2018 at 7:20 pm UTC Likes: 2

TemplarGRSeems to be a great game. I grew up with the original Fallout games. Definitely a purchase from me, when it is fully released of course. I don't do early access, ESPECIALLY for RPGs, since campaigns tend to be huge in terms of playtime and i hate the constant changes and additions of content which make me feel i am constantly missing something and should begin from scratch. So, eagerly waiting for the full release on this one!

Agreed. Any game with a story needs to be played from beginning to end. I wouldn't want to read a book with missing chapters or a serial TV show with missing episodes. I've also read that there are some balance issues with the combat that only time and care can fix. I'd happily wait and pay full price for a good finished product.

Descent: Underground is now just Descent and plans to release next year, new trailer up (updated)
5 October 2018 at 10:01 pm UTC Likes: 3

jarhead_hJust chiming in, Overload is the true sequel to the Descent series made by people that worked on it. They just can't use the name Descent. If you love 6 degree movement games, and can only afford one, this is the one to get, and not only because it has a native Linux port.

Overload Review (6 Degrees Of Awesome) - Gggmanlives
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSjxmiZpf7M

It's nice that they added a singleplayer campaign, but it's hard to imagine they can pull off a Descent rebirth better than Overload.

Egosoft to launch X4: Foundations on November 30th, hopefully with a Linux beta build
1 October 2018 at 5:11 pm UTC

I had no idea it was releasing so soon. This should be interesting.

BATTLETECH gets an opt-in Linux beta on Steam
29 September 2018 at 2:41 pm UTC Likes: 1

TcheyOn my 4-5 years old computer, it runs good enough on "Medium". It's turn based, so it's not a big issue if the frame rate is not over the top.

The framerate is not over the top on Windows either. I think it's just a limitation of the Unity engine or the game developers...or both.

Space sim 'Helium Rain' to leave Early Access next month, along with a major update now available
28 September 2018 at 8:21 pm UTC

There was a game-breaking bug in Early Access when using the Vulkan version of this game. I wonder if they fixed it.

Sword-fighter 'Blade Symphony' is now officially on Linux, free to try for a few days with a big sale (updated!)
27 September 2018 at 7:14 pm UTC Likes: 3

Wow, this game costs 99 cents. It's cheaper than water!

Mark of the Ninja Remastered from Klei Entertainment due out on October 9th
26 September 2018 at 12:38 pm UTC Likes: 1

I wonder if they've included ultrawide (21:9) support.

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