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Space station building sim 'Starmancer' has smashed through some fun stretch-goals on Kickstarter
17 March 2018 at 11:02 pm UTC

Hmm , was there any concept art for the stretch goals already reached ?
Or is it a concept too far away now ?

DayZ is not currently coming to Linux, but the developers are open to it
17 March 2018 at 11:00 pm UTC

I was kind of indifferent at first. Day Z seems to have lost any player base it had to PUBG and recently Fornite.
But if it leads to work on the engines to better support Linux in future then why not.

Xenosis: Alien Infection is Alien Breed meets System Shock and it's coming to Linux
15 March 2018 at 8:32 pm UTC

DedaleI liked a lot Alien Breed even if i did not play it a lot. Having an actual Amiga would have helped. The existence of a story reminds me of another game i like a lot: Project Firestart, on C64. I am kind of nostalgic of that old game.

Vice emulator + abandonware ?
I may do that myself, Firestart look nice.

Sandbox space exploration game 'Space Impossible' has a Linux test build that works well
15 March 2018 at 2:21 pm UTC

A bit pixelated ,but if the universe is large enough and the content is there , won;t bother me too much.
Wondering if they add enough modules and mechanics so I can build a Klingon Bird of Prey.

2D RPG 'By Any Means Necessary' is now officially available on Linux
15 March 2018 at 10:37 am UTC

PublicNuisanceI tried it in Solus as well as Linux Mint with the same results. I'm thinking that since you use an Nvidia GPU and I use an AMD it could be an issue the game or engine is having with the Mesa drivers. I'd try it on Arch but I don't have the time or the balls to dive into Arch at the moment. One day.

Try Antergos maybe ?
Or Anarchy Linux ?
They're still based on Arch so the underlying bits should be the same minus the customization each project undertook.

Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire delayed until May
15 March 2018 at 2:19 am UTC Likes: 3

stretch611I think that I have to dust off the first one and play it. It looks good. (I got the first through a Humble Monthly and never played it.)

If you like Baldur's Gate or Icewind Dale you are in for a treat indeed.

Free to play MMO 'War Thunder' has a big update with a revamped game engine
15 March 2018 at 2:16 am UTC Likes: 2

14I guess there's no reason I shouldn't try this. Wow, some of the models look way good. Really nice upgrades here.

I played World of Tanks , Armored Warfare and eventually War Thunder when I moved to Linux.
As a fair warning , the grind can be a pain.

KING Art have remastered their 'whodunit' adventure The Raven – Legacy of a Master Thief and it's out now
15 March 2018 at 2:03 am UTC

I had the original but I could not get it to run on Linux for the life of me.
Hope this runs better.

MMO 'Project: Gorgon' released in Early Access with day-1 Linux support
15 March 2018 at 2:02 am UTC

TcheyA lot of us (backers from Kickstarter or Indigogo) are waiting for our keys, and i guess when they are received, you will see a pack of suddenly very positve reviews on Steam.

Doesn't Steam hide such reviews by default? I seem to recall it now prioritizes reviews from people who purchased directly on Steam, as a means of combating "free keys for positive reviews".

doubt steam got their act in order
As for free key reviews I still see them on games I browse , they are just marked as such with a blue text box.

Strategy adventure game 'Pathway' looks awesome in the new trailer, Linux support confirmed
15 March 2018 at 1:53 am UTC

DrakkerLooks great, but I just don't understand why Chucklefish insists on having all their characters twitch like hyperactive kids all the time. It doesn't even look like they're breathing, they just can't seem to hold in place. It's quite distracting. It looks even worse in Wargroove, another game I'm really looking forward to.

Just a hunch:
Think that's an artefact of older cartoons from the beginning of the 20th century.
Back then if people paid to see animation they expected to get what they paid for so a character sitting still would be seen as wasted money. That's why characters in old cartoons constantly bop up and down.
Think it carried over to character animation in this game.

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