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Win A Copy Of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel
31 October 2014 at 3:24 pm UTC

I love Aspyr for their awesome porting work. Fingers crossed that they will port Bioshock Infinite and some Star Wars titles next

And I love GoL because it is my source for Linux gaming news, no other site comes even close, and of course because of the great community here

Good luck to everyone keep on gaming ;)

Raven's Cry, The Open-world Action RPG Has A New Release Date
14 October 2014 at 4:12 pm UTC

yulianIncorporates 3rd-party DRM: Reality Pump

That is what worries me too. I think I ll wait for gog too. The dev said the activation limit was removed, but didn't really say what was left of the drm.

Doesn't look so good imo :/

GOG Employee Explains Where Galaxy Is At Currently
9 October 2014 at 9:08 am UTC Likes: 1

HadBabitsI haven't really bought much from GOG, since there's not much of a selection. I was hoping to see Dungeon Keeper or the Thief series, but no sight of them yet.
Do you mean these games?
Well, yes, but for Linux
Ah, I completely misinterpreted your post. :S Yeah, they all run on DOSBox it seems, so they probably just need to renegotiate their distribution deals with the publishers.

Only Dungeon Keeper 1 runs on DOSBox. The other games need wine :/

I think it is nice that i will be able to manage my games with the gog client soon, and yes competition is good
But the only difference I see between gog client and steam client is that steam also offers games with drm. So why not buying drm free games only on steam? Wouldn't that be the same?

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Linux Beta Due Soon! (UPDATED)
22 September 2014 at 10:25 pm UTC Likes: 1

CS:GO runs pretty nice for me on Mint17

Techland Shoot Down Any Hope Of Hellraid & Dying Light On Linux
19 September 2014 at 8:13 am UTC Likes: 3

That is bad news

Well maybe it comes sometime after the release to Linux. You never know, remember Borderlands 2 ^^

Linux Games To Come In 2014, A Look At What Is Ahead
18 September 2014 at 2:55 pm UTC

titiAnd still no racing game :-/
Why do racing games hate us ?

This will be released on Linux too, possibly November/December

and Distance is in beta right now and I really like it

Techland's Chrome Engine 6 Officially Supports Linux, Hellraid & Dying Light Possible For Linux
18 September 2014 at 2:47 pm UTC

Hellraid would be awesome
I hope there is a lot more to come.

Dead Island Still Looks Like It Will Come To Linux, Lots Of New Builds
11 September 2014 at 12:37 pm UTC

DCentOne question: Dead Island has been indexed in Germany and so I can't buy it on Steam. However, if I buy a Steam code at another shop and redeem it for my account, will I be able to play it in my country?

I have it from a humble bundle and I have it in my Steam library.

The Skullgirls Promised Linux Port Seems Iffy Again (UPDATED)
11 September 2014 at 12:31 pm UTC

Skullgirls already has that taste of "Duke Nukem Forever" to me. But hey, only 12 years left until I can play it natively on Linux

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