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HyperBrawl Tournament, an arena based sports combat game should come to Linux
16 December 2017 at 12:29 am UTC

This is definitely the kind of game I'm interested in - I really enjoy games with sports elements. But it seems too simple just by that video... the problem is it can get too repetitive too fast. I'll look for more gameplay footage just to be sure.

Stellaris: Humanoids Species Pack and minor patch released
7 December 2017 at 11:26 pm UTC Likes: 2

Purple Library GuyI'm hoping the big patch will fix a bug that's been a pain for me; this one doesn't unfortunately. On the Galaxy map, the colours for different empires aren't displaying, so I can't easily tell what territory is whose. I can hover the mouse over a star to tell whose territory it's in, and sometimes if I look closely I can spot edge effects that let me know where the colours would be if they were coloured in, and of course if I zoom way out I get the empire names. So I can work around it, but it's annoying. Cherryh is totally reworking territory, so crossing my fingers.

This is a driver problem. The latest mesa 17.2.6 fixes that.

What have you been playing and what do you think?
9 October 2017 at 4:41 pm UTC

Son of a Witch - it's a satisfying rogue beat 'em up, it's challenging and full of cool weapons and power ups.

Stellaris - Synthetic Dawn - The games is getting better and better and as usual, it generates fun stories and twists that only Paradox games manage. I've won my current campaign with a federation Victory only to see the galaxy go down in flames when the crisis hit with multiple fallen empires deciding to get into the fight as well.

Road Redemption - My first experience with it on Linux wasn't that great but I stuck with it because I loved playing Road Rash so much on Sega Genesis. Then I saw a video by Jim Sterling showing it and it was quite differente from when I bought it - so I gave it another try and what a difference! It runs great, the gamepad now works and it's so much fun to play!

That's all I have time for. I'm really hoping for Cuphead on Linux!!

Organics sighted, marking for destruction - Stellaris: Synthetic Dawn released along with a free patch
21 September 2017 at 4:38 pm UTC

At launch I was disappointed at Stellaris - but after some patches and Utopia I started having more fun with it. The ascension perks give you somthing to strive for and can make war more bearable. The inclusion of enclaves, trade corps, and the leviathans also give the game more variety and open for more playstyles. I'm very excited about the direction the game is taking and I'll keep enjoying until it is a masterpiece.

Post apocalyptic open-world survival game 'Ashworld' launches on Steam
21 September 2017 at 11:33 am UTC

This game should not be single-player only. That's disappointing - because it's the kind of game that would be awesome to play together with friends.

Eat or be eaten in Tooth and Tail, a new strategy game with day-1 Linux support, my thoughts
13 September 2017 at 11:54 am UTC

pcavalcantiDoes it offer cross-platform multiplayer?

Yes, across all systems, even PS4.

Thank you! I bought it - if it didn't have I wouldn't have.

Regions Of Ruin, a 2D pixel side-scrolling RPG with town-building plans Linux support, needs testers
12 September 2017 at 12:49 pm UTC

If it had online multiplayer I would be very interested! I need something to replace Don't Starve(It got boring after a while).

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