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  • #31
    Originally posted by xeekei View Post
    Actually, if you ask me, it looks like the Windows screenshot has the "cartoon style" thing turned off somehow.
    Hard to describe.
    It looks like very "flat" lightning that makes the map look like a plastic toy with very small dimensions.
    Kind of ruins the atmosphere for me

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    • #32
      What about PhysX? I want that awesome particle spam on my screen.

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      • #33
        Holy shit...

        Just bought this game for ?7,-
        I installed the latest Gallium3D drivers via a special PPA and the game is running very smooth with all details to max.
        Readon is doing a good job here.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by magika View Post
          What about PhysX? I want that awesome particle spam on my screen.
          So... it doesn't work under nix.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by schmidtbag View Post
            BTW just so anyone knows - if you want the Aspyr team to get credit for their work, buy the game or DLC through linux. If you buy it through Windows, they don't get the money. One of the developers said this somewhere buried in the steam forums.
            I goofed. I bought it on my Windows machine when I heard it was on Linux.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by idanny View Post
              Holy shit...

              Just bought this game for ?7,-
              I installed the latest Gallium3D drivers via a special PPA and the game is running very smooth with all details to max.
              Readon is doing a good job here.
              Special PPA? What special PPA?

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              • #37
                I want to do what Aspyr Media and Icculus do for a living.

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                • #38
                  Just chucked a thread up on Steam asking about the linux pricing method. Might be an incentive for company's releasing to linuxers to make a note of how to get paid for their efforts.

                  And as above regarding this special PPA. What's so special about it, ya cock-tease.
                  Hi

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                  • #39
                    The performance is really good. Installed it on my Intel m380 2.5Ghz laptop with Radeon HD 6370M. I'm also on oibaf's PPA so open source drivers are no problem. Max resolution on my laptop is 1360X768 so that's what I run. Most of the settings are max except for AA and anisotropic. There's no AA and little anisotropic. The mouse is a bit fast with a mouse pad even at lowest setting but I will plug in a real mouse and see how that works.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by Dukenukemx View Post
                      Special PPA? What special PPA?
                      He probably just means oibaf.

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