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Themken: As in remove the 'Judas' part?
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Klumpen0815: Yes, since he pretty much distanced himself from the community, afaik.
All GOG employees have. This is their new policy, quite community unfriendly. Not his fault of course, it's their management messing things up.
Post edited May 13, 2019 by shmerl
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shmerl: All GOG employees have. This is their new policy, quite community unfriendly. Not his fault of course, it's their management messing things up.
I know. All probably would have been different without that Twitter outrage nonsense.

Is there a way to rename threads though?
I'm not seeing Bioshock 1 or 2 in the list on the first page. Any idea if any of these work on Linux now? Either the remaster (no idea what they did there) or the classics? From reviews it looks like the remasters (especially of Bioshock 2) are unstable and will crash a lot.
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Pangaea666: I'm not seeing Bioshock 1 or 2 in the list on the first page. Any idea if any of these work on Linux now? Either the remaster (no idea what they did there) or the classics? From reviews it looks like the remasters (especially of Bioshock 2) are unstable and will crash a lot.
https://www.gog.com/forum/bioshock_series/bioshock_for_linux
https://www.gog.com/forum/bioshock_series/bioshock_2_for_linux
https://www.gog.com/forum/general/adamhms_linux_wine_wrappers_news_faq_discussion/page1
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Pangaea666: I'm not seeing Bioshock 1 or 2 in the list on the first page. Any idea if any of these work on Linux now? Either the remaster (no idea what they did there) or the classics? From reviews it looks like the remasters (especially of Bioshock 2) are unstable and will crash a lot.
Remasters work pretty well in Wine+dxvk. As of now, always use dxvk for any D3D11 based games. Wined3d is simply behind in features support and performance.
Post edited May 16, 2019 by shmerl
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Pangaea666: I'm not seeing Bioshock 1 or 2 in the list on the first page. Any idea if any of these work on Linux now? Either the remaster (no idea what they did there) or the classics? From reviews it looks like the remasters (especially of Bioshock 2) are unstable and will crash a lot.
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shmerl: Remasters work pretty well in Wine+dxvk. As of now, always use dxvk for any D3D11 based games. Wined3d is simply behind in features support and performance.
Thanks to both of you :) Not sure if I will buy them yet, I did play the original Bioshock a lot back in the day, but it's somewhat reassuring to hear the remasters work allright. It looks pretty bleak from the reviews, also when I looked the most recent ones.

Great to see you have made scripts for these games no matter what I fall down on. I've had good success with some of the others =)
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Pangaea666: Great to see you have made scripts for these games no matter what I fall down on. I've had good success with some of the others =)
That was @adamhm who made those scripts just to be clear :)

I have some generic Wine running scripts if you are interested:
* wine_env.sh
* wine_run.sh
* winetricks_run.sh
Post edited May 17, 2019 by shmerl
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Pangaea666: Great to see you have made scripts for these games no matter what I fall down on. I've had good success with some of the others =)
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shmerl: That was @adamhm who made those scripts just to be clear :)

I have some generic Wine running scripts if you are interested:
* wine_env.sh
* wine_run.sh
* winetricks_run.sh
Oh yes, of course. Sorry for mixing up the Linux lords :D

If it helps, I ate fish yesterday out in the open, not locked behind windows.