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Discussion in 'STEAM Powered Linux' started by steve723, Oct 10, 2014.

  1. steve723

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    Sid Meier's Colonization Classic, Sid Miere"s Covert Action and Pirates Gold Plus Classic. I don't know how good the Linux port is but it has the logo for Night Dive. I thought even though they are a bit dated I should get them to support Linux porting on Steam. I hope they are good ports. I got Crusader Kings II last week to support Linux and I don't think that is a very good port. Hopefully they will make it better.
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    booman Grand High Exalted Mystic Emperor of Linux Gaming Staff Member

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    Its interesting that you mention "how good the Linux port is"
    Kinda sad that we have to wonder huh?
    I know The Witcher 2 and Shadowrun are having some problems, but for the most part, all of the native ports should run great on gaming hardware.
    You know... Nvidia, dual-core CPU, 4 Gig RAM... etc.

    I hope its not becoming a common trend for developers to rush through porting a game to Linux. That would just confirm to Window$ gamers that Linux isn't ready.

    I still have to try Borderlands 2, Torchlight II and Torchlight. Hopefully they are running great.
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    I play Boarderlands 2. Great port. The only problem is my mouse. I don't think its the game since Microsoft wireless mice and their keyboards are known to have issues in Linux. Hey its Micro$oft junk so what do you expect? :rolleyes:

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