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Thread: Epic Games Provides No Hope For UT3 On Linux

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    No surprise here, I was already under the impression ut3 for linux was cancelled proper.
    Of course, there's absolutely nothing official about Steam or Source for linux either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zhick View Post
    This. Aquaria is damn awesome, not considering an "exciting game" is just hilarious. He apparently also is involved with the open-sourcing of the other games of the humble-indie-bundle. At least that's what Wolfire's blog suggests.
    Yeah, Ryan is also still working on SDL, mentoring Gsoc students among other things, and that's a pretty central piece to gaming on Linux.

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    Editor,

    you forgot to mention Heroes of Newerth!!! That's on Linux and is simply kick ass with very good graphics. Please don't omit it in the future when you enumerate good games.

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    Also, LGP besides Shadowgrounds Survivor released Sacred Gold which is pretty neat as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apopas View Post
    Also, LGP besides Shadowgrounds Survivor released Sacred Gold which is pretty neat as well.
    Sacred is great, but it was released almost a year ago.

    Unfortunately, the whole situation with LGP is a bit frustrating:
    http://lgn.linux-hardcore.com/open-letter-to-lgp/

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    Quote Originally Posted by mum1989 View Post
    Steam ==>it's the same to UT3

    Steam is NOT OFFICIAL !
    Steam for Linux is official. It was confirmed by Valve.

    Source: Telegraph.co.uk

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    Quote Originally Posted by whizse View Post
    Ryan Gordon ported Aquaria recently, saying that he "hasn't been working on any other exciting games or projects" is pretty rude.
    That's exactly what I was about to say. He also fixed a tricky sound bug in SDL that I, among others, had been experiencing for quite some time.

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    Well, maybe they will do like id Software and 10 years from now, release the source, when it will not matter anymore...

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    Quote Originally Posted by whizse View Post
    Sacred is great, but it was released almost a year ago.

    Unfortunately, the whole situation with LGP is a bit frustrating:
    http://lgn.linux-hardcore.com/open-letter-to-lgp/
    Yes, I have read it as well. It's a shame that some guys belive LGP is some kind of Blizzard Entertainment...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebird View Post
    Steam for Linux is official. It was confirmed by Valve.

    Source: Telegraph.co.uk
    This is neither official nor confirmed. Unless it is written on the Valve website itself it's not official and not confirmed.

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