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Game: Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare
WineHQ AppDB link:
https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=application&iId=503

Distro: Fedora 28
DE:
Cinnamon 3.8.4
Kernel: 4.16.3
Graphics card: AMD RX 470 4GB
Graphics driver:
amdgpu-open
WINE version: 3.0.2

How does it run: Playable, with some problems.
Details: Cutscenes only show a black screen, but the audio still plays. Skipping the cutscenes and playing the game works fine. Both the opening/intro and in-game cinematics are affected, so it can take away from the experience. I set the game to run in a virtual desktop, and it ran at my native desktop resolution (1680x1050).
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Random_Coffee: Game: Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare
WineHQ AppDB link:
https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=application&iId=503
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Details: Cutscenes only show a black screen, but the audio still plays. Skipping the cutscenes and playing the game works fine. Both the opening/intro and in-game cinematics are affected, so it can take away from the experience.
File hash of the installer is required, thanks.
Also, this has some platinum & gold ratings that mention working movies. It would be better to try and fix them. E.G. you are likely missing the necessary packages in your Fedora install. Whether that's 32-bit gstreamer plugins, LAV filter package, etc. I'm not sure. IIRC, Fedora doesn't install some of them by default. If it's still giving you trouble then terminal output might be useful.
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Random_Coffee: Game: Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare
WineHQ AppDB link:
https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=application&iId=503
...
Details: Cutscenes only show a black screen, but the audio still plays. Skipping the cutscenes and playing the game works fine. Both the opening/intro and in-game cinematics are affected, so it can take away from the experience.
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Gydion: File hash of the installer is required, thanks.
Also, this has some platinum & gold ratings that mention working movies. It would be better to try and fix them. E.G. you are likely missing the necessary packages in your Fedora install. Whether that's 32-bit gstreamer plugins, LAV filter package, etc. I'm not sure. IIRC, Fedora doesn't install some of them by default. If it's still giving you trouble then terminal output might be useful.
Alright, I'll see if I can get that working. I had some problems with this on Manjaro a while ago too, so it's a weird one for sure.. I was planning on editing in the installer hash later. How do I get it?
I'm sure some people will find this interesting, (not my work btw):

Red Faction Guerrilla ReMarsTered with DXVK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHKOIH9_vuU
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Random_Coffee: I was planning on editing in the installer hash later. How do I get it?
Assuming you still have the installer laying around then e.g. md5sum --tag installer-name.*. You can also manually download the .xml file for each installer file, which contains GOG's MD5, if you didn't want to download the installer again.
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Ganni1987: I'm really interested to see how it performs / if it runs under DXVK.
DXVK is pretty damn wip right now. I tried some games with it and, while they work, lots of shaders are missing
Can't get sound working for Hegemony Gold: Wars of Ancient Greece. Otherwise the gameplay and everything else is perfect.
Wine 3.11 through playonlinux. I tried other versions but it was the same.
Post edited 3 days ago by Matruchus