In this episode, we're away attending LinuxFest Northwest, so we have 3 reviews: Reassembly, Pillars of Eternity, and 99 Waves To Die. Also: A tip on how to better organize your games in the steam client.
Gigantic pre-Linuxfest-Northwest Episode includes: Storm United (A NEW FORCE RISING in the Linux FPS world), Dead Synchronicity, Out There Omega Edition, Gratuitous Space Battles II and seven of the best double-stuffed deals in the universe!
We take a look at a huge bunch of new and noteworthy titles including "99 Waves To Die," "Strife," "Square Heroes," "Fallen A2P Protocol," and "Crazy Steam Bros II." Also: we review the excellent "VoidExpanse," and come atcha with a big gaggle of deals!
In this week's episode we check out Running With Rifles, Void Expanse, Son of Nor, and feature two reviews of retro-themed titles, "Doom And Destiny" and "Super Win The Game." Plus, two short-term deals you'll want to grab asap!
IN this week's exciting installment (episode 22):We visit the kickstarter champion, "Pillars of Eternity," take a jaunt down e olde pixelated thoroughfares of infinity in "Dungeon Highway," get all real-time-yet-turn-based-yet-still-real-time in "Flamberge," and talk about the differences between "Captain Forever: REMIX" and its pre-eminent cousin "REASSEMBLY" with Arthur Danskin (dev of "Reassembly)... ALL THIS AND MORE - along with a huge assortment of no less than SIX excellent deals (three of which you won't want to miss)!
THIS WEEK: Experience: "Bard to the Future," the X-Com retro-aming-mashup known as "Enemy," "DOOM AND DESTINY," and other new and noteworthy titles...
THEN: Embrace the pain that is "White NIght;" find out why we uncategorically denounce this (otherwise) mesmerizingly beautiful black-and-white survival/horror title...
PLUS: Four EXCELLENT Deals that you won't want to be without. Episode 21 RISES!
TRY TO COPE: with another friday the 13th - and this time, IT'S PERSONAL! Our twentieth episode comes replete with 7 excellent deals, Warren Beaty, Poultry, and more linux-based gaming madness than you can shake a sequel at... TASTE IT AGAIN, for the FIRST TIME... moo. hoo. ha. ha!
In this humongous episode, we explore the implications of Valve offering the SteamVR as a competing (and open) platform for VR development and what it means for the future of gaming on Linux. PLUS: utterly psychotic onslaught of deals (at least three of which you won't want to miss).
A veritable assault of new and noteworthy titles in this week's episode: Outland, Isbarah, Aaru's Awakening, Oddworld: New N' Tasty, plus much more (including 4 excellent deals).