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Member Since 23 Aug 2005
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In Topic: Feral's upcoming project?

03 June 2018 - 09:59 AM

Final Fantasy II’s final dungeon is Pandaemonium and there’s a ton of Final Fantasy lore and characters with that name.

Given Square Enix and Feral’s excellent relationship, why not Final Fantasy XV, a high profile title without much competition on Mac and Linux?

In Topic: Mac App Store Vs. Steam?

07 November 2017 - 10:07 AM

1. GOG

Ethics, customer support, DRM-freedom, multi-platform releases. GOG Galaxy on Mac ist snappy and works well within the OS design guidelines. The classic .sh scripts under Linux (Mojo-Installers) by Ryan Gordon are a dream for old-school purists.

If you use the classic installers, there‘s no online dependancy at all and you can move the game to wherever you like: internal, external drives, USB sticks, etc. It‘s super easy to share a game with your family members, which don‘t have any game accounts or are too young. Much better than Steam Family Sharing. Lots of sales, too and GOG‘s curation is MUCH better and more refined than Steam‘s garbage collection as of late (there‘s so much bullpopsnizzle and fake games on the platform it‘s getting ridiculous!).

2. Feral games

Bought directly off of their store to support their Linux/Mac porting efforts.