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Feral Interactive are teasing something for Linux next week
27 September 2018 at 11:33 am UTC Likes: 1

I bet its a Doom 2016 and Skyrim double feature!! Isn't it?
Well, my hope is, it's something about Shadow of the Tomb Raider or Life is Strange 2.

A small update on the status of BATTLETECH for Linux
14 August 2018 at 12:33 pm UTC

This makes me also worry about the coming 7 days to die alpha 17 ... didn't the fun pimps switch to the new version of unity too? Does it help when we send feral-marc-now-at-unity some love in form of cookies?

Game store itch is having a big summer sale
20 June 2018 at 10:16 am UTC

I was hoping for the OrangePixel games to be on sale in the itch.io summer sale :-/ Well maybe next time.
Edit: Wait, WHAT? They are!!! Nice. They weren't yesterday ... Space Grunts, here I come!

Looks like Harebrained Schemes are working on the Linux build of BATTLETECH now
12 June 2018 at 12:56 pm UTC

liamdaweWhile it sucks it had a delay, it is still coming. We should still show companies our love and support for bothering in the first place (as long as the game doesn't suck obviously), the amount of companies that act like Linux doesn't exist is ridiculous (for various reasons, not arguing the reasons behind them doing so).

It is true a delayed release can hurt sales, absolutely, but let's not make that so because we're turning our noses up at it just because it was delayed. Imagine if the majority did the same for Aspyr or Feral releases, which can be years after the Windows game release, we would be fucked.

Well, the problem with it, at least on my side, is not that I'm offended or something by the company not giving us the day-1-release. It's just a time thing. It's easy to lose interest. There are so many games coming to linux, that I don't even know what to play next. And fresh games are just more interesting. There are older games that I will buy instantly, when ported to linux. Like life is strange: bts for example. But these are scarce.

Looks like Harebrained Schemes are working on the Linux build of BATTLETECH now
12 June 2018 at 10:18 am UTC Likes: 3

Well, it's about time. I grew up with Battletech on the Amiga, and it was one of my most played games. I was really hyped about the game and hoping for a day 1 release. Instabuy at realease! But ... nah, now it came pretty much out of my sight. Maybe I'll get it at a sale.
I never really believed that, but now it seems to me that the date of release actually does make a diffenrence for the number of sales. In a way, that's a sad thing for us linux gamers.

Beep boop the Feral Interactive port radar has a UFO sighting for a new Linux port
5 June 2018 at 10:06 am UTC

I did not know "Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice" until I read these comments ... and now I want it! It looks really amazing! So, Feral, if this is not it, you know what to do next

SEGA Mega Drive and Genesis Classics now officially supports Linux with a big update & price drop
29 May 2018 at 3:23 pm UTC Likes: 4

Interesting ... it seems that the games are not available in germany?

Dying Light adds more free content with the latest update, including a whole new challenge area
29 March 2018 at 2:42 pm UTC

Does anyone know if they fixed the "Your game appears to be using modified data" bug? Last time I tried I could not play multiplayer games with Windows-users. I was really looking forward to that gaming session...

The latest Steam Client update is quite a big one pulling in lots from previous beta versions
21 March 2018 at 9:29 pm UTC Likes: 1

adomasNice! I'm happy that they did this scaling thing for users with HighDPI screens! That is a huge improvement. In next update would love to see fractional scaling (non-interger values) like 1.5 and so on that would be perfect! As now I'm using 28" 4K UHD Screen and I scale everything to 150% (1.5 ratio).

That would be even better. The scaled fonts and images took me some time getting used to. But finally I can USE the shop via client. Before, that was almost impossible on my 27" 4K screen.

Edit: And Yes, the Steam client does act weird sometimes when resized / moved around on my Xubuntu machine, too.

The latest Steam Client update is quite a big one pulling in lots from previous beta versions
21 March 2018 at 9:16 pm UTC

Thank you Valve, this is awesome! I was hoping for this quite some time. Finally the client is usable in UHD on Linux.

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