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Gear Up

Wednesday 4th of February 2015 10:54:15 PM
Doctor Entertainment’s multiplayer custom vehicular combat game, Gear Up is now out of Steam’s Early Access program. The game is free-to-play, though it lacks traditional micro transactions and instead has a basic and a premium version on offer that let you choose how many customization options you’d like to have on deck. The developer, Doctor […]

Crimsonland Released

Wednesday 4th of February 2015 04:29:58 AM
Twin-stick shooter Crimsonland’s “thousands of aliens, giant spiders, and more are on the attack…” on Linux. Crimsonland was originally released in 2003, and this is the hugely updated version originally released early in June 2014. They had a few comments about the porting process in their announcement: We’ve also implemented gamepad support for all platforms […]

Early Accessed: The Body Changer

Friday 30th of January 2015 12:06:58 AM
Developer TheShortAndTheTall have had their third-person action puzzler The Body Changer in Steam’s Early Access program and it’s now available for Linux. I had a chance to play it and it is interesting although I’m not sure how fitting the “metroidvania” description is as it seems the developers aren’t either. What it does do well […]

Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered Released

Thursday 29th of January 2015 06:44:43 PM
Aspyr is on a roll, and now they’re doing remasters. This time it’s Quantic Dream’s Fahrenheit. Or as I knew it here in the US, Indigo Prophecy. In addition to updating the graphics, and adding proper controller support, Aspyr has also decided to mash the names together with a colon. Fahrenheit is a weird adventure […]

Grim Fandango Remastered Released

Tuesday 27th of January 2015 05:44:14 PM
It’s entirely possible that you were born after Tim Schafer’s adventure masterpiece, Grim Fandango, was originally released 17 years ago. If that’s the case, school sucks but here is some good news. Grim Fandango has been re-released with updated visuals, music, and the best part is that the tank controls are now entirely optional. Grim […]

Dying Light Released

Tuesday 27th of January 2015 04:54:35 PM
The developer of Dead Island has brought out another Adjective Noun zombie slasher. This time it has a greater focus on parkour and we get our Linux version on release day. Dead Island was pretty great, hopefully this one is even better. Dying Light on Steam.

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