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  • Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition Out for Mac, Linux and SteamOS

    Been wanting to play Larian Studios’ Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition on Mac, Linux or SteamOS since it launched in October for PC, PS4 and Xbox One? Well there’s good news – the Enhanced Edition of the award-winning RPG is now finally available for these platforms. The SteamOS support means you can play it on your Steam Box in the living without any issues as well.

  • Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition gets Mac, Linux and SteamOS versions

    To mark the occasion, Larian remarked that the PC version of the game has been updated too so it's now "in synch with the Mac & Linux version" and that they've "fixed a number of stability issues reported by players."

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  • Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition released for Mac, Linux and SteamOS

    Divinity: Original Sin no colon Enhanced Edition is now out on Mac, Linux, and that newfangled SteamOS, meaning you can play it on that fancy Steam Box your mum's getting you for Christmas. I wasn't supposed to tell you that. Oops. Here, let me distract you with the news that Larian have updated the PC game so it's "in synch with the Mac & Linux version", oh and they've also "fixed a number of stability issues reported by players". That certainly sounds like a sensible thing to be doing.

  • Looks like Republique is no longer getting a Linux port

    We announced back in February that the developers of Republique were working on a Linux port, but needed some middleware to add Linux support. However it seems like this never happened, and the efforts to bring the game to Linux have been abandoned.

  • Alienware Steam Machine

    We’ve been looking forward to Valve’s Steam Machine initiative for a long time, mostly because Valve has never really failed us in the past. Well, there’s a first time for everything, and unfortunately, we have to acknowledge that Valve has made a misstep here.

  • Multiplayer arena platformer Mighty Switch Force! Academy released for Linux on Steam

    Developer WayForward has been developing games for consoles for well over a decade, and have now released their first game for Linux on Steam. Many will know them for their remaster of Capcom classic DuckTales, and for their own IPs Mighty Switch Force! and Shantae. Mighty Switch Force! Academy appear to be their first game developed with third-party game engine GameMaker: Studio, however, so this release doesn't necessarily mean that we'll see more of their older games on Linux.

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