What games are you playing?

Pentiment is such a fantastic game, but it’s difficult to try and get people into it. The story and artwork is top class.

I’m starting a coop game of Baldur’s Gate 3 and I’m having way more fun than I originally did. One of the best coop games ever made in my opinion.

I love this game and let me tell ya, some of these levels were created by absolute sadists.

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Yep.

And BG3 is absolutely the best cRPG of this generation. I just wish we don’t have to wait so long for the next one because cRPG releases is just tend to be quite uncommon (the last cRPG of this calibre was Pillars of Eternity 2/DOS2 2017)

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If I ever get tired of BG3 I’ll have to try those. For some reason they completely passed me by. Although around 2017 I was totally addicted to TF2 and L4D which were the only games I was playing at the time :stuck_out_tongue:

I saw this in a review the other day and they made me want to try it, now I’ve seen it here recommended by you and @chikenf00t so I think I’ll be adding this to my list of games to try

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I think you should try it. It’s very unique design wise.

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the star aligned:

It’s on sale now!

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holy crap the new Grim Dawn update is amazing, evade mechanic, easy to play on controller

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Was playing GTA5 until my controller decided to screw up, so have gone back to playing Dragon Quest VII but on Citra this time, liking the little changes that were made and the grinding has been reduced significantly (funnily my controller works no problems in this)

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Currently American Truck Simulator, Bus Simulator 21, Train Sim World 4 and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.

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My favorite out of the series

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Bought Ghost Recon Breakpoint on Steam sale, ok price of 11 eur. Getting the game to launch was a bit of a hassle, but once Uplay/UbiConnect was pointed into the correct directory and -fullscreen was used, the game ran just great. So far, seems like a chill stealth/tactical shooter and seems like online play works too.

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$ uname -r
6.6.6-arch1-1

On such a historical Linux Kernel version, I played DOOM for the first time on NIGHTMARE difficulty. Guess what, I could not even make the first level.

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One game I think that I will never get tired of

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Been getting back into Skyrim over the last few days

I think back to not many years ago when (for me with my lack of Linux knowledge) playing certain games was pretty tricky on Linux, so much so I used the “W” word for gaming and EnOS for everything else.
How quickly things have changed though, and how easy it has become to play the kind of games I like to play. EnOS played a large part in giving me the confidence to abandon “W” forever, entirely because the community, the advice, and the support given in EnOS is second to none.
I wouldn’t say I ask tonnes of questions on here, but I lurk and read, read, read, lurk a bit more and read some more. I have gone from knowing pretty much zilch about Linux and Linux gaming to being a confident and proficient user and lover of the system.
Anyway, here they are, they may not be to everyone’s taste even though they are fairly mainstream, but these are, or have been some of my favourites…
I use Heroic for my Epic games and Steam for, well, my Steam games.


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Thank you for the trip down memory lane. That was one of my favourite games on the mega drive. I don’t think I ever managed to complete it. Games were more difficult back then.

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I’ve competed it back then…Now with emulators and saves it’s not as hard though :wink:

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Have a mate that always wants me to get this running on his pc

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