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  • #11
    Originally posted by widardd View Post
    There are no news about CIV 6 so far.
    http://www.civilization.com/en/games...-beyond-earth/

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    • #12
      Not sure why there's still been no word on CS:GO for Linux, total silence.

      Originally posted by atari314
      CDPR's Gog > Valve's Steam DRM crap...

      @valvefanboys: don't forget VAC scanning your DNS history (http://slashdot.org/story/198285)...

      Wait people this stupid actually exist? How can you link to something that also refutes the dumb point you're trying to make?

      Oh right, trolling for flamebait.

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      • #13
        That is more like a separate setting of Civ 5. The engine is still the same, and apparently while Civ 5 is full of places they had to give up on one unit per hex because it was stupid and unworkable, they are have still not admitted it was a terrible idea.

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        • #14
          Starting February 6th last year with Half-Life 1 and The Cave. Both games have a crowbar as the first item you pick up.

          Half-Life 2 (206 hrs)
          Half-Life 2: Episode Two (83 hrs)
          Half-Life (76 hrs)
          The Cave (67 hrs)
          Cook, Serve, Delicious! (61 hrs)
          BIT.TRIP Presents... Runner2 (54 hrs)
          Portal 2 (43 hrs)
          Half-Life 2: Lost Coast (29 hrs)
          Portal (25 hrs)
          Papers, Please (18.7 hrs)
          Snuggle Truck (18.3 hrs)
          LYNE (17.5 hrs)
          Half-Life 2: Episode One (16.5 hrs)
          Kentucky Route Zero (14.3 hrs)
          Broken Age (13.7 hrs)
          (...)

          I got used to gaming on Linux but when I look at it, it's still some kind of miracle or something. (No Windows machine here around, the last game I bought and played was HL2 in 2004 to 2006, and then a long time nothing happened.) And buying the games during holiday sales or the regular Humble Bundles it's not much cost at all.
          Last edited by kringel; 08-04-2014, 02:31 AM.

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          • #15
            Originally posted by ihatemichael
            Great, can some of you put those games on The Pirate Bay now?
            No, because we actually want devs to release/port games for Linux.

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            • #16
              That's the successor to Alpha Centauri, not CIV 5.

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              • #17
                Originally posted by huyderman View Post
                No, because we actually want devs to release/port games for Linux.
                And sharing the games will stop them to do that how? They're DRM free for a reason.

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                • #18
                  Originally posted by kringel View Post
                  Starting February 6th last year with Half-Life 1 and The Cave. Both games have a crowbar as the first item you pick up.

                  ...
                  Half-Life 2: Lost Coast (29 hrs)
                  ...
                  Jeez! You spent 29 hours on Lost Coast!? What are you supposed to do there for 29 hours? Compared to that your 200+ hours in Half-Life 2 look like a speedrun...

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                  • #19
                    Originally posted by ihatemichael View Post
                    And sharing the games will stop them to do that how? They're DRM free for a reason.
                    I never realized that "DRM free" equals "feel free to spread" (I assume nobody told the developers either). OTOH: I realize that you are either an ignorant idiot or a troll. I opt for the second alternative.

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                    • #20
                      Originally posted by ihatemichael
                      ...
                      Are you related to ihatebridgman ?

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